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Lin Shaye and Demián Bichir are terrorized by malevolent ghosts in the first-look images from Nicolas Pesce's reboot of The Grudge movies.
Producer Sam Raimi plans to make his New York Comic Con debut at this year's panel for Sony's upcoming reboot of The Grudge movie franchise.
Sony and Screen Gems move their reboot of The Grudge supernatural horror movie franchise from a Summer 2019 release date to early 2020.
Sony is reviving several hit franchises (Men in Black, Zombieland, Charlie's Angels), after losing the distribution rights to the James Bond movies.
Sony's upcoming reboot of The Grudge moves its release date up by two months, changing going from a late August release to the end of June 2019.
Insidious series lead Lin Shaye teases that Grudge (a reboot of The Grudge franchise) is the scariest movie she's ever made 'bar none'.
The original Japanese producer of The Grudge files a breach of contract lawsuit against Good Universe that could prevent the remake from happening.
Sony's reboot of The Grudge horror franchise - which originated in Japan - has been assigned a summer 2019 theatrical release date.
Sony's The Grudge movie reboot confirms Demián Bichir and Andrea Riseborough for its cast, with filming set to start this spring.
The Grudge reboot finally moves forward, this time with The Eyes of My Mother helmer Nicolas Pesce signing on to write and direct.
Shudder releases the first five minutes of Sadako vs. Kayako, which pits J-horror franchises The Ring and The Grudge against each other.
A reboot of The Grudge horror movie franchise. Artwork is from The Grudge (2004).
The project was first announced in 2011 and started to move forward after Jeff Buhler signed on to write the script in 2014. Nicolas Pesce later signed on to revise Buhler's script and direct the film in July 2017. The cast began to come together in March 2018, about two months before production began in Manitoba.
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