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The Blair Witch Project Director Making Blair Witch 3 Bigfoot Movie

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blair witch director to make bigfoot movie

At least they're not subjecting us to another Blair Witch flick.

Last we heard about The Blair Witch Project director Eduardo Sanchez way back in Oct '09, he had been making progress on Blair Witch 3, and we were NOT excited about it.

Seemed to us like another Witch movie was unnecessary, and it appears that Sanchez agreed with us, because now he's working on a new project: a Bigfoot movie called Exists.

The flick "follows a group of twentysomethings who take a trip to a cabin deep in the wooded wilderness and are methodically hunted by a Bigfoot-like beast."

Here's what Sanchez had to say about it:

"The film is the first in a trilogy exploring and reinventing the Bigfoot myth. We all remember the terror of watching such classics as The Legend of Boggy Creek, and I look forward to making Bigfoot scary again."

The film starts casting this August, and they're looking for unknown actors, so those of you out there who think you'd have a chance against Bigfoot should def try out for this one!

Are U excited for a Bigfoot movie? Do U think the Blair Witch director is right for the project?

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    This could be huge! People love to be scared and particularly by unknown events, items or humanoids like extraterrestrials- other than the usual insane people with guns and or knives. So if any shy Sasquatches do exist they will be transformed into maniacal fiends for our cinematic pleasure/entertainment.