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Hammer announced the horror sequel The Woman in Black: Angels Of Death

Jon Crocker is developing a screenplay for the sequel titled The Woman in Black: Angels of Death, a wonderful new tale set to take place 40 years after the event sin the first movie and will also include Daniel Radcliffe in a leading role.

A sequel for the psychological horror movie The Woman in Black based on an original story by Susan Hill was recently confirmed, just two months after heating the theaters worldwide. Jon Crocker is developing a screenplay for the sequel titled The Woman in Black: Angels of Death, a wonderful new tale set to take place 40 years after the event sin the first movie and will also include Daniel Radcliffe in a leading role.


Simon Oakes, vice-chairman of exclusive media and president & CEO of Hammer Films, said: We are proud and honoured to be working with Susan again on The Woman in Black: Angels Of Death, a wonderful new tale every bit as atmospheric and terrifying as its predecessor The Woman in Black.


Nigel Sinclair, co-chairman and CEO of Exclusive Media, added: It's thrilling to be able to work with someone of Susan's literary calibre on such a fascinating project. "It's also fantastic to have Jon on board again to help bring this new story to life on the big screen.


The Woman in Black: Angels of Death will be produced by Exclusive Media, Talisman, Cross Creek Pictures and Alliance Films, and executive-produced by Roy Lee of Vertigo Entertainment.


According to figures released by Screen Daily weeks ago, The Woman in Black surpassed last week the £20 million figure at the UK box office, making it the most successful horror film since records began 20 years ago.



 
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