Horror Sequel 'The Woman in Black: Angels of Death' is in the Works

April 2, 2012

The Woman in Black

It sounds like a worldwide box office take of $112 million is enough for a sequel to The Woman in Black, the early 2012 horror release from Hammer Films and starring Daniel Radcliffe, to head into development. Today Hammer Films and Talisman announced development on The Woman in Black: Angels of Death, a sequel which will continue the story 40 years after the events of the original film. That likely means that Radcliffe won't be adding a second franchise to his repertoire, however, considering the events of the film's conclusion, I suppose a cameo could always be in order depending on the haunting this time.

Apparently across the pond, The Woman in Black, from Eden Lake director James Watkins, has become the highest grossing British horror film in the past 20 years. Jon Croker (Desert Dancer) is working on the screenplay, which is based on an original story by Susan Hill, who wrote the novel that inspired the original film. I can't help but think that much of the reason for the success of the first film came from the fact that it was Daniel Radcliffe's first big screen role outside of the Harry Potter franchise. A sequel without him I don't think stands to be nearly as successful, unless audiences absolutely loved the story more than the star leading it. This new story will have a couple being haunted in the Eel Marsh House this time, but unless they get Emma Watson and Rupert Grint to play the couple, I don't think we're looking at another hit.

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lol, Ethan.

Grichmer on Apr 2, 2012


They should fund something else. The film worked but the story had a beginning and end. No need for a sequel. Burn the bones of it. Well put Ethan

Crapola on Apr 2, 2012


daniel can be in it as a ghost since ghost's dont age

Pccortez6903 on Apr 2, 2012


I heard on the new today that Radcliffe is going to be in it, which is weird as he supposedly found peace of a sort at the end. Milk the money cow, milky milky.

Crapola on Apr 3, 2012


Dude...this entire thread has now ruined the film for me.  This is the biggest spoiler that FS has ever posted and I do not appreciate it.

peloquin on Apr 3, 2012


It's not that great to be honest, a flashback to old Hammer Horror, well acted but very slow. I'm surprised it made so much money.

Crapola on Apr 4, 2012

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