John Carpenter Says ‘The Fog’ Sequel is being Considered

by | Feb 16, 2021

John Carpenter has tried his hands at many different sub-genres, from psychotics serial killers to shape-shifting aliens. When he decided to make a ghost movie, the ghoulish, tense and utterly fantastical result was The Fog. Released in 1990, the film told the tale of shipwrecked spooks looking to get revenge on the town that doomed them.  Whilst the film spawned a underwhelming remake in 2005, we have never had a sequel. However, all that could change.

NME interviewed Carpenter recently, they asked “Halloween spawned a number of sequels and Escape From New York got a sequel. Have there been any discussions about doing sequels to any of your other films?” To which he replied…

“Sure. There’s been talk of a sequel to The Fog. There’s been talk of sequels for a bunch of my movies. They just haven’t happened yet because of various reasons. But yeah, we’ve talked about them and I’m open to them.”

It sure sounds like The Fog is something that Carpenter will be revisiting, but we’ll have to wait until there are firm plans before we learn more. 

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