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‘Saw XI’: Everything We Know So Far


Key Takeaways:

– Saw XI release date pushed back a year to September 26, 2025.
– Kevin Greutert, director of Saw X, to return for the 11th .
– Franchise producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules are yet to announce the new .
– A teaser has been unveiled, inviting fans to wait.

Cult film fans received a bittersweet announcement last December. They learned that Saw XI, the latest installment in the renowned Saw franchise, would be delayed. Originally scheduled for September 27th 2024, the new release is now set for a year later on September 26, 2025.

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Raison D'être for the Delay

Renowned franchise producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules well articulated the reason behind the setback. Their stated goal is crafting an extraordinary Saw XI, which has necessitated the time. In order to soften the blow of this news to ardent fans, producers at Lionsgate revealed a teaser trailer. In it, they ask their loyal fanbase to engage in a suspenseful waiting game.

The Man Behind the Director's Chair

An interesting facet to Saw XI is the return of , the director behind Saw X. Greutert not only directed Saw X but also edited the first five movies of the franchise. Other notable under his belt include ‘', ‘Jessabelle', ‘Visions', and ‘Jackals'.

Unfamiliar Terrain: Screenwriters Departure

On a different note, fans have stirred discussions on Saw XI's script. The screenwriting duo Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg, responsible for Saw X, Jigsaw, and Spiral: From the Book of Saw, announced their departure from this sequel. Their absence has left fans intrigued about who will take the reigns of the Saw narrative.

Track Record of Saw Screenwriters

Saw has a reputation for attracting terrific . Leigh Whannell penned the script for the first three films, splitting the story credit with on the first and third films, and sharing the screenplay credit with Darren Lynn Bousman on the second. Following that, there was a switch in the franchise's screenplay department. Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan took over the scripting task for parts 4 to 7. Thomas Fenton also received a story credit on Saw IV. This sequence led to the Goldfinger/Stolberg era.

Anticipation Builds

With the release date moved a year further, the anticipation for Saw XI among loyal fans has reached fever pitch. Excitement stirred by the recently released teaser trailer is palpable. Despite the unexpected setback, the exhilaration seems immune to disappointment.

While the wait may be longer than initially expected, Saw fans are hopeful it will be worth every moment. With much speculation over the new screenwriters and the return of director Kevin Greutert, one thing is certain. Saw XI promises an intriguing new chapter in this stellar franchise.

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