3 Reboot Movies You Don’t Want to Miss. Reboot or remake creations sometimes work bellow expectation, especially when the original comes from a classic take that it’s hard to replace with anything new. From ‘Suspiria’ to ‘Party Monster’, here is the list of our most anticipated reboots in 2018.
Directed by Dario Argento, this Italian horror movie from 1977, ‘Suspiria’ is one of the most thrilling movies ever made. Tells a story about a ballet dancer from New York, Suzy Bannion, that experience a series of supernatural events involving witch and coven after she transferred to Germany dance school named Tanz Dance. The reboot of ‘Suspiria’ will be directed by Luca Guadagnino (yes, the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ brilliance) that starring by Dakota Johnson, Chloë Moretz, and Tilda Swinton. According to some publishers, such as Elle, the production and location were seriously thrilling. It caused Dakota Johnson to visit a therapy.
Here’s the original ‘Suspiria’ trailer:
The first look of ‘Suspiria’ 2018:
This eleventh installment of the ‘Halloween’ franchise, the 2018 ‘Halloween’ takes forty years after the original one, Laurie Strode once again has to meet face-to-face her rivalry, Michael Myers. Directed by David Gordon Green, the latest ‘Halloween’ predicted to be much more terrifying than ever. Of course, Jamie Lee Curtis is in it, let’s see how scary this will be in October this year. Here’s the original ‘Halloween’ trailer:
Here’s the first look:
3. Mary Poppins Returns
Produced by Disney, this legendary Mary Poppins, a musical fantasy film from 1964, the sequel is here. Star by Emily Blunt, this English actress performance hopefully is not overshadowed by the original cast, Julie Andrews (from ‘The Sound of Music’). Emily who can sing beautifully (she sang on ‘Into The Woods’) believed to perform very well in this movie. Set in London thirty years after the original movie, Marry Poppins revisited the Jane and after the tragedy, they’re facing. This movie also supported by one of the most popular musical genius in our era, Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Here’s the trailer:
Other than above three, there are also ‘Robin Hood’, ‘The Grinch’, ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’, and ‘Tomb Raider’ on the queue this year! What do you think?