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Sony To Remake Mia Farrow’s ’70s Horror ‘See No Evil’

Sony To Remake Mia Farrow's '70s Horror 'See No Evil'

While the pro wrestler Kane starred in two forgettable “See No Evil” movies in 2006 and 2014, neither had anything to do with Mia Farrow‘s 1971 thriller of the same name. It might not be the most popular flick of the genre to emerge from that decade, but it is cherished by some, so of course it’s getting remade.

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Sony is dusting off the title and has decided to give it a fresh coat of paint. The Richard Fleischer-directed original followed a blind woman who goes to her uncle’s home, only to discover that her family has been murdered —she must then escape the maniac responsible for the killings. Mike Scannell will pen the new version, but there’s no word yet on what his take on the concept might be.

If you have any ideas about who should direct, let us know in the comments section below, and check out the trailer for the original “See No Evil.” [Deadline]

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