We haven't heard much regarding Halloween 3D since The Weinstein Company pulled it from their release scheduled back in March 2012. Today, we have word from Bloody-Disgusting's inside source at Cannes that TWC is finally ready to resurrect the project.

It isn't known if the studio plans on making this as a sequel to Rob Zombie's Halloween and Halloween II, or if they will start over with yet another reboot. Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer were previously attached to write the script, but it's possible that The Weinstein Company will just go back to square one with a new writer.

We reported in April 2012 that Michael Bay's production company Platinum Dunes was taking over the project, but that was the last we heard about it until now. It's possible that TWC is interested because another horror icon, Jason Voorhes, is returning with a new TV series and a theatrical reboot.

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The franchise started with John Carpenter's 1978 classic Halloween, which spawned nine sequels that earned over $500 million worldwide, before it was rebooted by Rob Zombie with 2007's Halloween.

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