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Fiends, we officially have a brand-new Pinhead. And wholl be handling the renowned scary character is a big surprise.
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Stepping into the role Doug Bradley embodied in the cult-beloved Hellraiser movies, beginning with writer-director Clive Barkers 1987 scary classic, will be Jamie Clayton (Sense8, The L Word: Generation Q). According to a press release, the movie– which is being made for Hulu and is directed by David Bruckner (The Night House) from a script by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, and a story by David S. Goyer– has actually simply wrapped production.
Speaking of Barker, he sounds extremely excited for this new take on his production. “Having seen some of the styles from David Bruckners brand-new Hellraiser film, they pay homage to what the very first film created, however then take it to locations its never ever been previously,” he said. “Combined with a brave and dedicated cast, including the remarkable Jamie Clayton, who totally embodies the role as the Hell Priest, were aiming to produce a very special brand-new chapter in the Hellraiser legacy.”.
Jamie Clayton goes to Netflixs Sense8 series finale fan screening at ArcLight Hollywood on June 7, 2018. Photo: Greg Doherty (Getty Images).
Stepping into the function Doug Bradley embodied in the cult-beloved Hellraiser films, starting with writer-director Clive Barkers 1987 scary classic, will be Jamie Clayton (Sense8, The L Word: Generation Q). “Having seen some of the designs from David Bruckners brand-new Hellraiser movie, they pay homage to what the very first movie developed, but then take it to locations its never ever been before,” he said. “Combined with a committed and fearless cast, consisting of the remarkable Jamie Clayton, who fully embodies the function as the Hell Priest, were intending to develop a really special new chapter in the Hellraiser legacy.”.
Hellraiser will bring its puzzle box of horrors to Hulu in the U.S. at some point next year, which fittingly marks the 35th anniversary of the very first movies release.