Early Talks Are Taking Place for a New ‘Saw’ Movie

Jason McDonald

Hey, guess what? Looks like they’re probably gonna make another “Saw” movie.  Shocker, I know.  I mean, it only made about a $100 million worldwide on a $10 million dollar budget and what movie studio wants to make easy money?

According to Bloody Disgusting Twisted Pictures is currently in the “conversation” phase of putting together another entry into the “Saw” series.  I’m pretty sure that conversation will result in someone saying “We like money, right?” and then a project will immediately get greenlit.  And while sequel talks aren’t a big surprise, what is interesting to note is that it looks like “Jigsaw” directors Michael and Peter Spierig will not be returning to direct the next feature.  No word on whether that’s a Twisted Pictures decision or one that came from the Spierig, but either way it’s kind of surprising.

Personally, I’m hoping they just continue the story of Logan Nelson as the end of “Jigsaw” seemed to give the series an opportunity for a fresh start with his character.  But I’m a huge Matt Passmore fan, so I’m just a tad bit biased.

What do you think?  Interested in another “Saw” movie? Want a sequel? A reboot? Let us know below.

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      1. James McDonald January 19, 2018 at 6:59 am

        YES! Let the SAW franchise continue, but please let us know what happened to “Hoffman” and “Dr. Gordon”.

      2. Serena January 19, 2018 at 3:35 pm

        YES WE NEED ANOTHER ONE and It should continue from Saw 7

      3. Oren Holderfield January 21, 2018 at 10:55 pm

        O yes please I have been a saw fan from the beginning

      4. Thomos Grye January 22, 2018 at 10:10 am

        Saw which started out as a unique twist to the serial killer saga was only the start to a face cringing, spine tingling, sometimes nauseating saga that hooked people in until around the sixth-seventh iteration when it finally ended. The directors Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig decide to revive the infamous franchise with the writers Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg. Ending was mind blowing as always and I’m glad to see saw going back to it’s roots. Cant’t wait to see where this new trilogy will go.