The Woman in Black, the British specter that scared up $120 million worldwide this past winter, is set to return in a follow-up to the surprise horror hit, but the leading man, Daniel Radcliffe, probably won't be around for a second encounter.
Hammer, Alliance Films and Cross Creek Pictures, along with Susan Hill, the author of "The Woman in Black" novel, have announced a follow-up called "Angels of Death." The proposed story will take place 40 years after the first film starring Radcliffe, reports the Hollywood Reporter.
It's been a big week in nerd news. "Watchmen" prequels are officially on the way in the form of "Before Watchmen," seven interconnected comic book miniseries that chronicle Rorschach and pals before their fateful encounter in the Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons graphic novel. Speaking of chronicles, Josh Trank's found-footage superhero flick "Chronicle" is out in theaters this week, and it's awesome. But it's got stiff competition in the form of Dan Radcliffe's big-screen comeback and a whale of a drama. Get more on that, plus some talk about Spidey's canceled "Avengers" cameo, in this week's Talk Nerdy!
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