Horror Classic 'Rosemary's Baby' to Be Back on the Big Screen
Horror remake specialist Platinum Dunes has been reported to do a remake of the 1968's horror classic film by Roman Polanski "Rosemary's Baby". According to ShockTillYouDrop, the studio has been in negotiation with Paramount Pictures to bring the Academy Award-nominated film back to the big screen, while its producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form have started to look for writers.
"Rosemary's" is an adaptation film from Ira Levin's 1967 horror novel. It was originally starred by Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Sidney Blackmer and Ruth Gordon. The horror film follows the story of a young couple, Guy and Rosemary, who moved to new apartment in Manhattan and experienced strange things, one of which cause Rosemary to be mysteriously pregnant.
If the new version from the said-one of the most disturbing, horrifying, and yet well-made horror movies ever is indeed done, it would be another remake projects to be handled by the studio. Currently, Dunes are developing "Friday the 13th", "Untitled A Nightmare on Elm Street Remake" and "The Birds".
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