Sam Raimi (Drag Me To Hell, Warcraft, a future Spider-Man) appears all set to produce Yetis in the forthcoming new horror movie Refuge, to be directed by Corin Hardy from screenwriter Tom De Ville. The original pitch was from Hardy.
Hollywood Reporter states that the plot, “centers on a remote town terrorized by a Yeti, the mythological creature native to the mountains of the Himalayas.” (Let’s hope they discover the Yeti is a “legendary” creature and not a “mythological” one before this process is finished.)
Raimi shares producing with Jason Blum, Nathan Kahane and Steven Schneider. According to reports, it seems Blum’s Blumhouse Productions is creating a short of Refuge, to use as a late-stage proof-of-concept piece, something Hardy can use to “refine his vision even as the script is being developed.” The short, like the feature, will come together under the supervision of Hardy and De Ville.
Let’s just hope that the new movie shows the Yetis as they truly are reported by the eyewitnesses, that is reddish brown to black, and not as seen in popular culture, all white.
Come see the International Cryptozoology Museum’s forthcoming “Yetis Are NOT White” exhibit (similar, in some ways, to Henry Stokes’ private collection, pictured below).
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Curtis Christensen with his baby…soon to be seen on Congress Street…
Thanks for news of this from various media outlets, all brought to my attention by Henry Stokes, Patrick Huyghe, and Jim Boyd, among others.