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Eli Roth Announces ‘Green Inferno’ Sequel at TIFF’s Midnight Madness

The cannibalistic horror flick will expand ‘Beyond the Green Inferno’

By: Ashley Baylen
Published: September 9th, 2013 in Culture » Film » News
Eli Roth

After the world premiere of Eli Roth’s ‘’The Green Inferno’ on Saturday night at the Toronto International Film Festival, he announced intentions to begin shooting a sequel to the cannibalistic horror shocker next year.

Partnering again with Worldview Entertainment, specifics about the plot for 'Beyond the Green Inferno' have not yet been released. Principal photography will begin in spring 2014, and will shoot in Chile and Peru, just like the first one.

‘The Green Inferno’ received a lot of buyer interest immediately after the screening, securing a U.S sale by Sunday, with numerous other territories predicted to be purchased before the festival ends.

Being called his most graphic and disturbing film to date, ‘The Green Inferno’ follows a group of student activists as they travel from New York to the Amazon in hopes of protecting a dying tribe. Instead, they crash land into the jungle, and are taken hostage by the very group they intended to save.

If you didn’t get a chance to catch the film in Toronto, it’s sure to hit theatres shortly.

Related articles: Eli Roth, The Green Inferno, Sequel, TIFF, Toronto International Film Festival, Beyond the Green Inferno, Midnight Madness, Horror
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