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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, last seen as Black Manta in the WB/DC Comics blockbuster film Aquaman, is in talks to take on the lead role in the Candyman sequel from MGM and producers Jordan Peele via his Monkeypaw Productions banner, and Win Rosenfeld. Nia DaCosta is at the helm, directing from a script co-written by Peele and Rosenfeld. The reboot of the 1992 horror classic is being billed as a "spiritual sequel" to the original and returns to the neighborhood where the legend…
“Little Woods” director and writer Nia DaCosta has been tapped to helm “Candyman,” a new retelling of the classic horror pic with Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld, and MGM producing. The film, a “spiritual sequel” to the original, returns to the neighborhood where the legend began: the now-gentrified section of Chicago where the Cabrini-Green housing projects […]