Wolf Man Remake Release Date Delayed for Next Year!

According to Deadline, Universal Pictures has officially postponed the theatrical release date of Blumhouse’s impending Wolf Man remake, which had only recently begun production.

The supernatural horror film, which was originally set for release in October 2024, has been pushed out to next year, with a new release date of January 17, 2025. Its most recent release date will pit the remake directly against Sony Pictures’ Paddington in Peru.

Who Are the Wolf Man Cast Members?

Wolf Man will purportedly follow a family who is being terrified by a deadly predator. The modern version stars Emmy-winning Julia Garner (Ozark), Golden Globe contender Christopher Abbott (Girls, Catch-22), and Sam Jaeger (The Handmaid’s Tale), with Abbott as the title character.

Leigh Whannell, who helmed The Invisible Man, is directing the picture from a script co-written with Corbett Tuck, Lauren Schuker Blum, and Rebecca Angelo. Before Abbott’s selection, Oscar nominee Ryan Gosling was attached to the lead role. Despite his departure, Gosling will continue to act as an executive producer, with Ken Kao, Bea Sequeira, Mel Turner, and Whannell. Jason Blum produced it.

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Other Information About the Movie

Leigh Whannell, whose past work includes the Blumhouse productions “The Invisible Man,” “Upgrade,” and “Insidious: Chapter 3,” is both the director and writer of the movie. A “blood-chilling reimagining of the classic Universal monster” and a “terrifying new lupine nightmare” are described in the film’s synopsis. Along with Rebecca Angelo, Corbett Tuck, and Lauren Schuker Blum, Whannell wrote the script for “Dumb Money.”

Wolf Man Remake Release Date

Abbott plays a guy “whose family is being terrorized by a lethal predator” in the films Poor Things and It Comes at Night. Ryan Gosling, who was initially supposed to star in the picture, which was subsequently helmed by his “Place Beyond the Pines” collaborator Derek Cianfrance, relinquished his modified monster role to Abbott. Benicio del Toro, who starred in 2010’s “The Wolfman,” was the last well-known actor to portray the part.

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Ryan Gosling, Ken Kao, Bea Sequeira, Mel Turner, and Whannell serve as executive producers for “Wolf Man,” which is produced by Blumhouse founder and CEO Jason Blum. Produced by Blumhouse and Motel Movies. Additionally, Blumhouse’s “The Woman in the Yard” has been temporarily withdrawn from Universal’s lineup. The original release date for the horror movie starring Danielle Deadwyler was January 10, 2025.

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