It's beginning to look like Tony Todd will have a much larger role than initially expected in the upcoming Candyman sequel.
Rising stars join Peele's Candyman as shooting begins at the place where the legend began.
MonkeyPaw creative director Ian Cooper discusses how the new Candyman will fit into Jordan Peele's vision.
Jordan Peele's Candyman movie will reportedly start shooting this fall with a September 20 end date.
Tony Todd will return in the upcoming Candyman reboot, which is set to hit theaters in summer 2020.
The new Candyman is on the way from producer Jordan Peele and it just may involve Tony Todd after all.
Little Woods writer-director Nia DaCosta explains why Jordan Peele picked her to helm his Candyman reboot.
In late February, it was reported that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II was replacing Tony Todd in Jordan Peele's Candyman.
Producer Jordan Peele and director Nia DaCosta's Candyman reboot adds If Beale Street Could Talk actress Teyonah Parris.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will take on the role made famous by Tony Todd in Jordan Peele's upcoming Candyman.
Original Candyman actor Tony Todd doesn't know if he'll be in Jordan Peele's sequel yet, but he's fine with it either way.
Casting is underway for the new Candyman movie and Lakeith Stanfield is said to be in talks for the lead role.
A Candyman vs Leprechaun movie nearly happened in the early 2000s, but Tony Todd simply wasn't interested.
Tony Todd says that he knows his Candyman character better than anyone else and wants to be involved in the remake.
The original hooked-maniac himself, Tony Todd finally talks about producer Jordan Peele's upcoming spiritual sequel to Clive Barker's Candyman.
Jordan Peele is producing a contemporary sequel to Candyman that will be release in summer 2020.
A new report claims Jordan Peele is in talks to produce a Candyman remake as the franchise rights have become available.
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