“None of us were interested in taking sides with this movie,” Jason Blum tells The Hollywood Press Reporter in a new interview revealing the return of his horror-thriller TheHunt Formerly set up to release last September, Universalpulled the film The plot apparently discovers a group of “elites” searching “deplorables” in A Lot Of Hazardous Game-style, after Fox News, and later on President Trump, berated the property.
In a couple of days after the release of a trailer, The Hunt ended up being the most questionable release of the year– however one that nobody had really seen.
Now, the movie is set to make its method back to theaters. The Hunt, composed by Nick Cuse and Damon Lindelof, and directed by Craig Zobel, will strike theaters on March13
In the THR interview, Lindelof discusses why he and Blum wished to pull the film from its initialrelease
” For us there was simply an essential disappointment that no one was discussing the film. They were all discussing what their understanding of the film was– an understanding that was mostly formed based upon all the occasions in the consequences of the dreadful weekend prior to. [But] we actually do not wish to be pointing fingers, and more significantly, we do not wish to be wagging fingers at anybody for overreacting or responding improperly. We simply felt like the film was being misconstrued.”
A new trailer cleans up a few of the confusion that occurred after early plot leakages. There are lots of homicidal, R-rated teases, however Hilary Swank’s character is blunt to anybody who wishes to spin the film a second time: “We were joking. You really believed we were hunting human beings for sport?”