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Blumhouse Walks Away From Project Over Creative Control

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Blumhouse has reportedly walked away from a new project due to a disagreement over creative control.

Founder and head executive, Jason Blum, revealed the company had walked away from a deal in a post to Twitter.

“Today we walked away from a deal with a potential partner,” he wrote. “The project is about something scary. We walked because the other side wouldn’t let us have creative control. I’m worried they’ll regret this.”

Blum didn’t reveal any details on the alleged project, but Blumhouse is known internationally for its production of popular horror films.

Established in 2000, the company has produced major franchises like Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious and Sinister. Recently, Blumhouse adopted the Halloween franchise, producing the latest instalment, Halloween Kills, and its predecessor, Halloween.

The company also boasts major titles like Split, The Invisible Man and Get Out.

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