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Lionsgate And WWE Studios To Remake 'Leprechaun'

March 28, 2012
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Horror films are the movies that are most susceptible to remakes in modern day Hollywood, and "Leprechaun" is another such example. Lionsgate and WWE Studios, a production company extension of World Wrestling Entertainment, just put together a nice two-picture deal and obviously one of those movies is "Leprechaun." The horror series began in the early nineties, spawning four sequels that ended up direct to DVD.

Lionsgate and WWE Studios are looking to get this remake made rather quickly, already scheduling it's release for sometime in 2013. There's no director, writer or actor attached at the moment. Now the question is which WWE wrestler(s) will be part of the main cast.

Lionsgate is gearing up for the release of the highly anticipated fantasy-drama "The Hunger Games," due out in AMC Theatres everywhere on March 23rd.

SOURCE: Cinema Blend

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