Wrong Turn Reboot Begins Shooting in Ohio

Get ready to return to the woods, as the next Wrong Turn restart has begun to turn in Ohio. According to Cincinnati reporter Sheila Vilvens on Twitter, the film crews are located in the village of New Richmond until September 13 for the production of the next installment of the film series Wrong Turn . In response, another Ohioan member claims that the crews also fired in Felicity City. No photos of the production have yet been made available and the details of the scenes are not yet clear, but this suggests that the restart is expected to be released sometime next year.

Created and written by Alan B. McElroy, the first Wrong Turn was released in 2003 with Rob Schmidt as director. His actors were Desmond Harrington, Eliza Dushku, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jeremy Sisto and Kevin Zegers. The simple horror story follows a group of college students and a medical student stranded in a remote area of ​​West Virginia when their vehicles collide. While they were looking for help, the young adults were then attacked by a trio of mutant cannibals, dubbed Three Finger, Saw Doth and One Eye, for obvious reasons. Wrong Turn certainly does not have a crazy charm and remains one of the most memorable horror films of his era.

According to Financial Success and After the Worship of the Original, the sequels would be released in 2007 and 2009. Bringing back mutants as well as new family members, the suites follow a similar trajectory to the original, illustrating the brutal murders of those who had the misfortune to lose themselves. West Virginia. The franchise was maintained when the following two installments were published in 2011 and 2012, each serving as a prelude to the events of the original 2003 film. More recently, the film Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort closed the series such as she is currently in 2014, with a story about the cannibalistic family who seeks to expand his lineage.

Last year, it was reported that the franchise Wrong Turn received a reboot after six films, actually restarting. Although he is no longer involved since the initial installment, the creator of the series, Alan B. McElroy, has returned to the franchise to write the screenplay for the new film under the direction of Mike P. Nelson ( of The Domestics ). Charlotte Vega ( The Lodgers ) would also be leading the cast. When restarting, the story will follow a group of friends who roam the Appalachian Trail where they meet "The Foundation", a community of people who have been living in the mountains for hundreds of years.

Wrong Turn will probably be created in 2020, although its official release date is not yet known. Because this new take does not seem to include the familiar cannibals of the previous installments, we hope the new killers will be just as memorable. The shooting of Wrong Turn comes from Sheila Vilvens on Twitter.


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