From Paranormal Activity to Split to Jordan Peele’s rather excellent Get Out, Blum’s production banner has built its legacy on a series of low-budget, high-profit hits, and it appears Spawn will be next to join the ever-evolving collection in due time.
While doing press rounds to herald the launch of Universal’s “The Horrors of Blumhouse” maze – for the record, The Purge and Sinister are both woven into the real-life experience – Jason Blum turned in a status report during his recent interview with Collider, which also brought forth new details on M. Night Shyamalan’s 2019 sequel, Glass. Spoilers: it’s not another cookie-cutter superhero movie. Far from it.
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