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Spooky Jack

Spooky Jack is a film by DreamWorks Animation and Blumhouse Productions that was supposed to be released on September 27, 2019. The film was to be produced by Jason Blum and Damon Ross and written by Robert Ben Garant.

Plot[]

The story follows three siblings who move into an eerie new home and discover that all the creatures we’ve been told that don’t exist actually do exist. They must handle some unusual squatters from mischievous leprechauns and the elusive Big Foot to a shy Boogeyman that won’t stop going bump in the night.

Three siblings move into a new house and discover monsters.

Development[]

On September 19, 2017, DreamWorks announced an original feature called Spooky Jack, with a planned release date of September 17, 2021. Jason Blum would served as executive producer, and would've been a co-production with Blumhouse Productions. The premise would've been about three siblings who moved into a eerie new home and discover that all the creatures we’ve been told that don’t exist actually do exist.

Cancellation[]

On October 7, 2019, Spooky Jack was removed from the schedule, with its original release date replaced by The Bad Guys, based on the Scholastic book series by Aaron Blabey.

Why It Was Cancelled[]

  1. It was likely due to the plot being similar to Pixar Animation Studios' Monsters, Inc.
  2. On October 7, 2019, the film was removed from its schedule.

Result[]

  • The film was cancelled.

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