An ‘Insidious’ and ‘Sinister’ Crossover May Happen According to Jason Blum

In an interview with CinePop, producer Jason Blum dropped a horror bombshell on the possibility of an Insidious/Sinister crossover. The head honcho at Blumhouse Production went on to state:

“I hope so, I want to. We almost did ‘Insidious’ and ‘Sinister’ and I still feel like we might do that, so I think so. I think we’re going to cross our worlds at some point. I don’t know how yet, but we’re going to try.”

Released in theater less than a week ago, Insidious: The Last Key, continues to impress at the box office already surpassing $50 million dollars. This chapter of the film continues the story of series heroine, Elise Rainier, portrayed once again by Lin Shaye, as she seeks to rid the world of demons. The latest movie is a prequel to the original film released in theaters on April 1, 2011.

Produced by Blumhouse Productions and directed by James Wan, Insidious follows the story of a family whose young son enters a comatose state and becomes a vessel for ghosts who want to take control of his body. The film raked in $97 million dollars while having a budget of only $1.5 million dollars, making it one of the most profitable films of 2011.

Like Insidious, Sinister also proved to very profitable at the box office bringing in $77.7 million dollars while costing $3 million dollars to shoot. The film stars Ethan Hawke as an author who moves his family into a home where an entire family was hanged in the backyard. Shortly thereafter the new homeowners begin to experience strange occurrences which lead them into meeting the dastardly Bughuul.

Keep it locked to Horror News Network for more news on this potential crossover as it becomes available.

 

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