The Hunt Release Date Cancelled: Everything You Need To Know
The Hunt, produced by Blumhouse head, in collaboration with Lindelof, is in danger of going the way of The Interview. Just like Sony canceled it’s controversial North Korean Comedy, Universal canceled its own controversial but satirical social thriller, The Hunt.
The move of The Hunt production team is taken against the backdrop of two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, Dayton, Ohio, and other areas of the State. However, the real glitch comes from President Donald Trump, who, in his uncommon White House Press Conference, has railed against Hollywood for inciting divisiveness and racism. His clear reference was towards the satirical film, The Hunt.
The creators began by halting the marketing campaign for their upcoming film, and after thoughtful deliberation, The Production House has released a statement, declaring that it is not the “right time” to release this film. The Hunt, a social satire thriller, produced by Damon Lindelof owned Blumhouse, was all set to release on 27th September 2019.
What was the Storyline of The Hunt?
The Hunt, written by Lindelof and Nick Cuse, tries to develop a place where Elites hunt human beings, known as “deplorable” for sport. The story begins like this- 12 strangers wake up in a clearing knowing nothing about their whereabouts. They also do not know how they have been chosen, which is obviously for a very specific purpose, The Hunt.
In the shadow of a dark internet conspiracy theory, a group of globalist elites gathers for the very first time at a remote Manor house to hunt human beings for sport. However, the Elite’s Master plan is about to be derailed because one of the hunted, crystal (GLOW), knows The Hunter’s game better than they do. She turns the tables on the killers picking them off, one by one, as she makes her way towards the mysterious woman at the center of it all.
Who was in The Hunt Cast?
The lead cast crew comprised Hilary Swank, Betty Gilpin, and Emma Roberts.
The lead cast crew is joined by Justin Hartley, Ike Barinholtz, Ethan Suplee, Amy Madigan, Glenn Howerton, among others. The Executive Director of the movie is Craig Zobel.