Oscar-winning director Jordan Peel appears ready to work on a remake People down the stairs For Universal.
According to the colliderThe 41-year-old will co-produce a new film with Vin Rosenfield under his Monkipao Productions banner. Although Pele is not expected to direct the film himself, it is unclear whether he and / or Rosenfield will be involved in writing the script.
Pelli worked with film studios on his hugely successful films get out And We.
People down the stairs Originally released in 1991 and written and directed by Wes Craven. It stars Brandon Adams, Everett McGill, Wendy Robbie and AJ Langer.
American horror comedy chases a little boy and two robbers who find themselves trapped in a house after breaking into to steal a very small coin.
It was released on March 22, 2019 (the year we weren’t locked into our homes), and it grossed 70 70 million in its opening weekend.
This financial success means that the film received the biggest opening for real horror.
We The following is a follow-up story of Adelaide Wilson (Lupita Nyong’o) and her family, who, after a trip to the beach, are met by a group of Minaj personalities who are the only mirror images of a prosperous family.
Reviewing the film, Joe Morgenston of the Wall Street Journal wrote: “It’s a must-see for anyone who wants to see a sage talk about contemporary life without deviating from the dreaded genre, the medium of film and entertainment.”
Steve Krum of Video-ReviewMaster.com echoes those sentiments: “You know, a movie is really scary when the audience members on the screen keep shouting, ‘Don’t open that door!’ And ‘Look out!’ (I didn’t say that, but I definitely thought about it. “
Meanwhile, Renਨੇ Sanchez of Cine Sin Frontrace added: “Lupita Nyong’s Powerhouse performance is akin to Jordan Peel’s brilliant storytelling. A scary story that confronts us with social problems that lie beneath the surface. “