HHN fans adored the Classic Universal Monsters house from HHN29 and with good reason, it took the classic monsters and gave them a new lease of life, updating them for the 21st Century and making them more terrifying than ever. The house was inspired by a house at Hollywood’s 2018 event, which used a number of similar sets, costumes and shared artwork.
With this success, Universal quietly announced this week that the house will inspire a brand new movie with the artist Crash McCreery, who helped update the monsters for the house, will be on board with the project.
Universal has also reached out to Toy Story 4 Director and longtime Pixar alumnus Josh Cooley to produce the piece. The working title is ‘Little Monsters‘ and it aims to take the updated HHN creeps from McCreery’s HHN house/maze designs and give them a more family-friendly spin.
Little Monsters’ logline has not been released by the Studios, however, The Hollywood Reporter believes that it will be “a love letter to classic Hollywood and the history of filmmaking with a story that takes a multigenerational approach to the monsters.”
The first HHN house to be made into a movie was The House of a 1000 Corpses, you can read more about that story here.
So there you have it, a second house in HHN history is going to be a movie!
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