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‘Creep 2’: Mark Duplass Confirms the Sequel Is in Development

The second installment is going to “get a little bit weird."

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It looks like production for the sequel to the 2014 thriller “Creep” is underway, thanks to an update from Mark Duplass. The franchise, created by Patrick Brice and Duplass, is intended to be a trilogy and has been in the works for quite some time.

The original film followed a videographer who answers a Craigslist ad for a one-day job in a remote mountain town. What he finds is that his client is not at all what he initially seems. Upon its release, the indie found footage horror flick was critically acclaimed and had audiences wanting more.

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Now, in a new tweet from Duplass, the actor and director mentioned that he was trying on outfits for “Creep 2” and that the sequel is going to “get a little bit weird” – as if the first one wasn’t strange enough!

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Not much else is known about the second installment, but Duplass’ update is enough to start getting the crowd hyped up.

In the meantime, while fans patiently wait for more info, relive the terror of “Creep” by watching the trailer below:

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