Candyman: Jordan Peele & Nia DaCosta Film Pushed Back To 2021

Welp! You can look in the mirror and say Candyman as many times as you want – he ain’t showing up in 2020.

Jordan Peele and Nia DaCosta‘s reimagining of the classic 1992 film that was slated to arrive in October has been pushed back to 2021.

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Via Variety:

“Candyman” was originally scheduled to debut in June, but due to the coronavirus pandemic it has been delayed numerous times. The movie has been described as a “spiritual sequel” to the 1992 slasher movie directed by Bernard Rose. Based on the ghastly urban legend, the film centers on a struggling artist (portrayed by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) who begins to lose his sanity after discovering the story of Candyman. As the tale goes, if someone says his name to a mirror five times, Candyman will appear and kill whoever summoned him.

Although the original Candyman scared the shizznit out of me and gave me nightmares for weeks, I was looking forward to checking out this film next month.



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