The revival for the TV special with Peanuts and the Peanuts Gang are back in town! Supervising Animators: Glen Keane: Marbles, Belle, Fifi, and Linus Van Pelt Bruce W. Smith: Beagle Scouts, Olaf, Spike, Andy, and Snoopy's Dad Duncan Marjoribanks: Snoopy, Woodstock, Snoopy's Mom, Charlie Brown, Schroeder, Sally, Peppermint Patty, and Franklin James Baxter: Rover, Molly, Marcie, Shermy, Pig-Pen, Rerun, Patty, Violet Gray, Clara, Lila, Eudora, and Frieda Mark Henn: Little Red-Haired Girl, Truffles, Peggy Jean, and Roy
A large paradox surrounds space and time itself as not only do The Avengers face the X-Men and Justice League, but… everyone! (Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Transformers, Godzilla, Harry Potter, Star Trek, Alien, Predator, Mortal Kombat, King Kong, Pacific Rim, Terminator, It, Game of Thrones, Ghostbusters, Dragon Ball Z, Super Smash Bros, and Rick & Morty)
Satan, bored out of his anger, summons all the slashers/monsters (and Ash Williams) into hell! The Devil forces them a giant epic battle royale of hell! The last one standing is the world's ultimate killer!
The big ensemble movie of the Slasherverse, and the end of Phase 1 of this cinematic universe. PROLOGUE: Frank Cotton is a hedonist who has devoted his life to a selfish, single-minded pursuit of the ultimate sensual experience. Believing he has indulged in every pleasure the world can offer, Frank is left unfulfilled and wanting for something more extreme. He hears rumours of the Lemarchand Configuration, a puzzle box that is said to be a portal to an extra-dimensional realm of unfathomable carnal pleasure. Locating the owner in Düsseldorf, Frank obtains the box by performing “small favours” and returns with …
The sequel to my Friday the 13th reboot: https://imaginecasting.com/titles/results/15542/friday-the-13th-the-first-friday/, and the second instalment of the Slasherverse (A shared cinematic universe comprising of the classic slasher horror villains from the ‘70s and ’80s). Little over a year after the events of the first movie, high school outcast Kevin O'Donnell is in a maximum security institution for the criminally insane for being accused of the murders of Becky Gardner, Dylan Hoffner, Brian Kessler, Kiera Longford and Pamela Voorhees. Though Kevin desperately pleads that he didn't do it and that it was Jason Voorhees but try as he might, no one believes him. …
A reboot of the Friday The 13th series based on Greg Alba and John Humphey's pitch from Reel Rejects: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UEPZIR8BWM. And the first instalment of the Slasherverse (A cinematic universe featuring the classic slasher horror movie villains from the ‘70s and ’80s existing in the same universe). Just before the summer of 1982, A group of popular high schoolers from a small town in New Jersey decide to spend the weekend at Crystal Lake, a place that's surrounded by the myth and rumors of a physically and mental deformed boy named Jason Voorhees who drowned in the lake over 20 …
A remake of the best of the Friday the 13th films… at least until Freddy vs. Jason came along!
Based on the fourth, fifth and sixth Friday The 13th films Featuring Tommy Jarvis.
At Camp Crystal Lake, a group of young counselors begin to get ready to lead guests in the summer. Unfortunately for the counselors, someone isn't happy about what's going on in the camp and enjoys playing ‘kill the counselor’. As bodies fall to the ground, no one is safe in the camp. (imdb)
One of the story ideas that has been batted around inside New Line Cinema for a FREDDY VS. JASON 2 is to bring in EVIL DEAD's sarcastic hero Ash for a showdown between Elm Street's dreamlord and Camp Crystal Lake's unstoppable maniac.
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