Blumhouse has actually turned into one of the most popular production business in scary movie theater, with franchises like Happy Death Day and The Purge at the helm. However, in spite of the success because the premiere of the 2nd part in 2019, the legend starring Jessica Rothe has actually not had the ability to continue with a long-awaited 3rd entry.

In reality, simply a couple of weeks back, director Christopher Landon admitted that if time continued to pass, it would be challenging for them to continue the story. However, it appears that all is not lost.

In a chat with ScreenRant, while promoting his brand-new movie, We Have a Ghost, Landon exposed that he still has concepts for a 3rd part and even a crossover with another hit, Freaky:

“Look, I can only say I’ve had an idea for Happy Death Day 3 for a while. It’s been pitched to everyone, so that’s a real thing. The Happy Death Day/Freaky crossover is more just the fantasy of getting to work with Jessica Rothe and Kathryn together in one film. And I just think, tonally, they would blend well together. But in terms of what that plot actually looks like? I don’t know yet.”

The Stories of Happy Death Day and Freaky


On her birthday, university student Tree Gelbman awakens with a huge hangover in an unusual kid’s space. After a day in which she chains selfishness, hostility, and indifference towards everybody around her, Tree ends the night by being killed by somebody using a child mask. A couple of seconds later on, she awakens once again in the complete stranger’s bed.

In the follow up, Ryan’s day could not get any even worse. He’s oversleeped the vehicle due to the fact that his roomie will not let him in or alter his underclothing, the dean fails his thesis task, and, on top of that, he’s stabbed by somebody using a child mask.

Happy Death Day stars Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews, Charles Aitken, Jason Bayle, Phi Vu, Donna Duplantier, GiGi Erneta, and Tenea Intriago.

In Freaky, a serial killer’s magical dagger triggers him to switch his body with that of a 17-year-old lady. The scared teen finds that she just has 24 hr to restore her identity prior to she ends up being the wild maniac permanently.

Kathryn Newton, Vince Vaughn, Alan Ruck, Uriah Shelton, Katie Finneran, Dustin Lewis, Dana Drori, Mitchell Hoog, Charles Green, and Deja Dee become part of the primary cast.