Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Reboot Has Officially Started Production




Did you know that a restart had already taken place? No one would blame anyone for letting this little piece of news go under the radar, the news of the project having been announced for the first time about a year ago at the San Diego Comic-Con 2018, a News wave of pop culture was flooding its online site. But this film is happening and director Dustin Ferguson confirmed that the production was officially launched.

It seems appropriate that the announcement of the restart of filming be announced while this year's San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing. At the moment, the details are virtually non-existent for the project. We can safely assume that it will be big mutant tomatoes that terrorize humanity and that a certain group of brave men gather to stop them. Whatever the case may be, we know that the film is being shot, as Dustin Ferguson has gone on Facebook to confirm the news himself in a brief glowing message. Here is what he had to say.

"Today, I lead the first scene of attack for the restart of" The Attack of Killer Tomatoes "! It has been a long time coming and I could not be more Honored! "

While Dustin Ferguson may not have much name recognition, as a director, he is incredibly prolific in direct filmmaking. B. Ferguson has 75 executive credits on his IMDB page, which dates only from 2007. In 2016 alone, he has accumulated seven, including Camp Blood 4 and 5. Among his other credits, there is Robowoman The Moon of the Blood Beast and something called The Horndogs Beach Party . All this to say, a reboot like this seems self-evident in this man's driveway.

For those who may not be aware of it, the original The Attack of Killer Tomatoes ] which was to be a parody of the B-movie creature feature, was published in 1978 and is focused on a group of scientists who must work together to save the world from mutant killer tomatoes. Clear and simple. Directed by John DeBello, in collaboration with Costa Dillon and Stephen Peace, he wrote the screenplay with a minimal budget of $ 100,000.

It spawned a series of sequels, including the 1988 Return of Killer Tomatoes, which features a young George Clooney in one of his very first film roles, Killer Tomatoes Strike Back of 1990s and Killer Tomatoes Eat France from 1991. The franchise also includes a 1986 video game, a series of comics and an animated series, published by Fox Kids in 1990. In 2005, Adam Sandler was in talks for an attack killer tomatoes remake. This of course has never happened. In 2016, there was a film called The Attack of Donuts Killer but it has virtually disappeared from the world. It is unclear when attacks the restart of killer tomatoes will take place, but we will probably learn more as production progresses. Do not hesitate to consult Dustin Ferguson's message on Facebook below.

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