This is strange: "Award Pictures are pressing ahead with plans to produce the new sequelEvil Dead: Consequenceswithout the involvement ofSam Raimior his company, Renaissance Pictures. Award?s claim is that Renaissance abandoned the Evil Dead trademark, and amongst their evidence is a quote from Raimi, published in a book in 2000,* wherein he says that he would ?never? make another sequel."
Also: It appears to be time to re-open last year's SUPERMOON poll.
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