Christopher Landon reveals that Happy Death Day 3 won't be happening unless Netflix wants to pony up the cash to finish the trilogy.
Blumhouse is rumored to have begun developing a third (and final?) entry in their teen-slasher series Happy Death Day.
Fright-Rags has unveiled some new summer merchandise in celebration of Hammer Films, 1970s classic The Omen and the Blumhouse hit Happy Death Day.
Blumhouse head Jason Blum casts doubt on the possibility of Happy Death Day 3 given the performance of the sequel at the box office.
The Happy Death Day sequel was originally set to release on the one-year anniversary of the Parkland massacre.
From the makers of Get Out and The Purge comes Happy Death Day 2U, in theaters everywhere this Valentine's Day.
Lovers and young couples will be able to get their kill on when Happy Death Day 2U debuts this February.
Blumhouse will officially begin shooting Happy Death Day in just a few weeks.
Blumhouse is moving forward with Happy Death Day 2 and it's already set to begin production soon.
Happy Death Day continues to kill at the box office, starting from an initial $4.5 million budget.
The new Blumhouse thriller Happy Death Day impresses with $26.5 million, which was more than enough to take the box office crown this weekend.
Last weekend's winner Blade Runner 2049 goes up against four new releases in the start of a very competitive next few weeks at the box office.
The Purge, Sinister and Happy Death Day will be featured at Universal Studios Hollywood, and Insidious, Sinister and The Purge will be featured at Universal Orlando Resort.
One college co-ed relives her death over and over again in the scary first trailer for Blumhouse's Happy Death Day.
A young woman must relive the same day over and over again until she finds out who kills her in the trailer preview for Happy Death Day.