'Saw' filmmakers may revive horror franchise

The producers of the 'Saw' franchise have said the series could return.

'Saw' filmmakers may revive horror franchise

Los Angeles: The producers of the 'Saw' franchise have said the series could return.

Mark Burg and Oren Koules said that the directors are considering returning to the horror property now that they have established themselves, reported Deadline.

"James Wan and Leigh Whannell... When Saw came out they were so afraid of being 'the Saw guys', and they were trying to make their own mark," Koules said.

"Now that they've made their own mark, they're very comfortable to come back. We're getting there. James and Leigh are absolutely going to put their mark on it."

The producers said that they wanted to bring the next film to San Diego Comic-Con in 2016. Wan directed 'The Conjuring' and is currently wrapping 'Fast & Furious 7'.

Whannell has been working on the 'Insidious' franchise. 'Saw' is returning to cinemas this month to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

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