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Paramount has a new Paranormal Activity movie, produced by Jason Blum, in development, making it the seventh film in the hit horror franchise.
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Paranormal Activity exploded when it hit screens, and has gone down as one of the scariest movies ever.
Blumhouse Productions founder and CEO Jason Blum says they are looking into possibly rebooting the Paranormal Activity franchise.
Oren Peli, the director of Paranormal Activity, shares with fans of the franchise the cast's original improvised audition tapes.
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Filmmakers Chad Villella and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin pitch Paranormal Activity: Spring Break edition to Bootleg Universe producer Adi Shankar.