Chris Rock's Saw Film

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"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
You read that right. Chris Rock pitched a new installment of the Saw franchise to Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures. Rock's idea is a reimagining of the original film and they are fast-tracking it as the writers of the last installment Jigsaw will write the script based on Rock's story. Rock is also serving as executive producer with original Saw creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell. Darren Lynn Bousman will be directing the new film, which has a release date of October 23, 2020.


Full story at Deadline
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A reimagining of the original film eh?.....from Chris Rock's point of view......I suppose give it a shot but I don't see this working



I am still shocked but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t interested
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Anybody have any thoughts on why this was greenlit? O wait. Cuz the last time Rock was relevant was when the original Saw movies came out. Yeah I said it. Come at me bro


Rock was great, but he's a legacy act. He himself has pretty much said it.



So, is he writing, producing, and starring in this new installment?


Chris Rock is a comedian, so it would be interesting to see what his vision for the SAW horror movies is. And it sure looks like he's trying hard to emulate Jordan Peele.
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"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
So, is he writing, producing, and starring in this new installment?.

He is only producing and came up with the idea of the story, with the writers of the last Saw film (Jigsaw) writing the script. There is no casting yet. Hey if Jordan Peele and Danny McBride bring success with their horror takes, seeing Rock involved Saw picks my curiosity.