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Bruce Campbell is one of the most recognizable faces in the horror world thanks to his role as the iconic Ash Williams in the 1981 cult classic. evil deadThe actor has played Ash on TV, in movies, and in video games, but will officially retire from the character in 2021.
Campbell is currently working as a producer on the fifth film in the series. Evil Dead Risein an interview with screen runtCampbell expressed his thoughts on whether another actor should play Ash.
“No, that would be boring. You don’t want to do that. I don’t want the actors to do it because now evil dead Movies are really about books. I have three of his books that I studied in Army of Darkness. There are three books out there, and they appear in the darkest of places: Evil Dead Rise’s new movie is an urban setting about a single mother. So the apartment is a cabin.
Campbell has vowed not to return to the live-action version of the character, but hopes to return to it through a possible voice role. evil dead anime program. His character makes him one of the most beloved and recognizable figures in the history of horror movies.
Ash was the sole survivor from a supernatural catastrophe that occurred in a cabin in the woods. There the devil killed all his friends and girlfriends. He used his wits, guns and chainsaw to slay monsters and became an iconic hero throughout the ages.
After the recent Warner Bros. Discovery merger, there was some concern about whether the latest film would end up going to HBO Max. company ax bat girl and quietly remove some other movies from that platform.
On Thursday, director Lee Cronin took to Twitter to assure fans that things were still moving forward.
“Keep your faith,” the director tweeted, along with the hashtag #EvilDeadRise and three blood drop emojis.
No official release date yet Evil Dead Rise But we will keep you posted.
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