Max Landis Drops Hints About How He’s Changing AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON

Sounds like there may be a conspiracy afoot.

Heads up: our friends over at Coming Soon noticed a recent flurry of Tweets from Max Landis which seem to shed a little light on how his version of An American Werewolf In London will differ from his father's original, and they're...

Well, here's where it started:

He also said:

Oh, and...

Then a fan popped up asking a question about the original's villagers, to which Landis responded:

All of the above shed a little light on where Landis' head is at on this thing, and we're not quite sure what to make of it. Judging by that stream of Tweets, it sounds like Landis intends to deepen the mythology to some degree, and that the village/villagers will be heavily involved. Our best guess involves an elaborate lycanthrope-based conspiracy, but who knows where that plot thread might lead. 

There's no release date (or even a start date) on the books for this one just yet, but we'll keep you informed as updates roll in. In the meantime, feel free to overanalyze and dissect the Tweets pictured above in the comments below.  

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