Nicole Kidman Horror Movie The Others Is Getting A Remake
It was back in 2001 when Alejandro Amenabar gave us a gothic horror that racked up $ 210 million worldwide. Now, its 20th anniversary is coming next year and Hollywood stays hopeful about what is to come next. One of the finest modern horror, Nicole Kidman’s The Others, will be getting a remake as the official news pour in. The PG-13 movie, with an eerie atmosphere build up and unseen scares, is what we all deserve in horror now. Fortunately, the producers also agree with us.
Nicole Kidman To Return For Her Classic Remake?
We don’t know that for sure, but the film is headhunting for A-list talent to play the roles. Deadline announced that Sentient Entertainment has gained the rights to remake The Others, with Renee Tab and Christopher Tuffin joining in. They worked with David Cronenberg on Map to the Stars previously. Tab revealed this was his favorite movie in the genre. Here is what Tab told in a statement:
“It is almost eerie and uncanny how timely the themes are today: self-isolation, paranoia and fear, and of course the intense desire to protect our children and ourselves from harm. We look forward to unraveling the layers behind lead character Grace, whose pain and demons draw viewers into a truly compassionate journey.”
Currently, we only know the name of publication as the headhunting also involves looking for directors.
Nicole Kidman’s horror movie is about a mother of two, Grace, who is patiently waiting for her husband’s return from World War II. While living in a darkened and isolated island state to keep her photosensitive children away from the light, she discovers that her house is haunted. We don’t normally get to see that but Kidman also got a Golden Globe for the performance, a rare feat in this genre now.
The Nicole Kidman movie ranked 83% on Rotten Tomatoes while getting critical acclamations from others. The original movie is currently available on Amazone Prime and iTunes.