Nicole Kidman Horror Classic ‘The Others’ Set for Modern Remake in Time for 20th Anniversary
Published on Apr 08, 2020
On the heels of this week’s news that Charles Laughton’s “The Night of the Hunter” is being remade by Universal Pictures comes word that another staple of the horror genre is getting a modern reimagining: Alejandro Amenabar’s 2001 chiller “The Others.” Deadline reports the Los Angeles-based studio Sentient Entertainment has won the rights to remake the ghost story, which originally starred Nicole Kidman and grossed over $200 million worldwide. “The Others” is one of the most beloved horror films of the 21st Century and earned Kidman nominations for Best Actress at the Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards. The third-act twist remains one of the horror genre’s most shocking reveals.
Amenabar’s “The Others” is set in 1945 and centers around a mother of two children who are allergic to light and thus spend their days inside their darkened mansion. The mother must protect her children after three strangers arrive
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Author: Zack Sharf