But no cinema release for Disneys horror trilogy Netflix catches on RL Stine film

But no cinema release for Disney’s horror trilogy: Netflix catches on R.L. Stine film

The “Fear Street” series in the 1990s was read by pretty much every young person who liked to get scared. Disney turned it into a film trilogy that was supposed to come to the cinema. Now there is a change of plan.

We probably no longer need to explain how much the cinema and film landscape will change in the next few years. The fact that streaming is becoming more and more important and the cinemas are suffering from it is actually not new – Covid-19, however, accelerates the whole thing again strongly.

Time and again, productions that were actually intended for the cinema end up on Netflix, Disney and Co. Now it has hit other, quite interesting films:

As reported by Deadline, Disney and Netflix have signed a deal for the “Fear Street” adaptation originally produced by Fox. The film trilogy based on the book series of the same name by R.L. Stine based, should actually be in theaters next year, but Disney has not found a suitable date because the big blockbusters have priority first Fmovies.

Now the three “Fear Street” films will be broadcast on Netflix next year under the motto “Summer of Fear” and with an interval of one month.

Now the three “Fear Street” films will be broadcast on Netflix next year under the motto “Summer of Fear” and with an interval of one month

This is what awaits you in the “Fear Street” trilogy

The original “Fear Street” series from the 1990s consists of 51 books in which scary stories are told about a group of young people in the small town of Shadyside, Ohio.

The stories take place in different time periods and three of them (including the 1990s and the 17th century) will also play a role in the films.

The stories take place in different time periods and three of them (including the 1990s and the 17th century) will also play a role in the films

Details of the plot are not yet known. The main roles will include Olivia Welch (“Modern Family”), Gillian Jacobs (“Come Play”) and Julia Rehwald (“Panic”).

Incidentally, the 51 books were followed by numerous sequels, spin-offs and special editions. So there would be material for further films. If you want to get an overview of the cult horror stories, you will find it at Amazon *.

Netflix has not yet announced an exact start date for the trilogy by director Leigh Janiak (“Honeymoon”).

Netflix has not yet announced an exact start date for the trilogy by director Leigh Janiak (“Honeymoon”)

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