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Max Landis Shares a New Update on ‘American Werewolf in London’ Remake



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It’s been about 4 months since we last gave you an update on the status of Max Landis’ An American Werewolf In London remake, which he is currently writing. The film is a new take on his father John’s classic 1981 monster film, and he plans to direct. Over on Twitter today, Landis shared some more information on his approach.

Finishing my first draft of An American Werewolf In London today,” Landis shared on Twitter. “Took me way longer than usual because every time I opened the Final Draft file my laptop would slam closed under the weight of my father’s expectations.

Landis also responded to a question about the villagers in An American Werewolf in London.

A fan asked the following:

I’ve always wondered this point: it seems like the villagers dispatch the werewolf pretty easily once they decide to go out after Jack and David…why did they never do it before? Did they know the guy who was the wolf?

Landis responded with:

Answering this question and the nature of the village’s role in the plot in the second and third act as of now are the biggest changes I’ve made to the original structure. I always wondered about that Pentagram. Doing some fun stuff.

Stay tuned for more on this story as it happens.