Following the arrival of the final installment of Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy, chief Leigh Janiak desires to continue the franchise with an interconnected horror universe in the style of the MCU. Janiak helmed every one of the three Fear Street passages with each film being vigorously connected to the following. Different characters show up in every film with an overarching story that requires each of the three motion pictures to appreciate genuinely. The films depend on R.L. Stine’s Fear Street book series, and while Stine is mainly known for the YA-skewing Goosebumps books, the Fear Street films are intended for more develop crowds.
Speaking with IndieWire, Janiak examined her arrangements to ideally continue with other installments of the Fear Street series. Janiak said she had plans for an interconnected universe of movies, similar as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, even before she was employed for the set of three. With the movies previously working as a little series of interconnected stories, Janiak called them “another cross breed thing” prior to discussing her fervor about what else could occur within the universe. Look at what Janiak needed to say beneath:
“One of the exciting things about Fear Street is the way that the universe is large and takes into account a great deal of room. One of the things that I discussed before I was employed was that we have a potential here to make a horror Marvel [Cinematic Universe], where you can have slasher executioners from loads of various times. You have the canon of our main folklore that is worked around the way that Satan lives in Shadyside, so there’s likewise space for everything else.”
“I think that my expectation is that crowds like it enough that we can begin building out [more], we can think about what another set of three would be, what stand-alones would be, what TV would be. I don’t think about it like TV or motion pictures precisely any longer. That is the incredible thing about Netflix and about what Fear Street is, which is kind of a crossover new thing. I’m amped up for the chance of what else can occur.”
Given that a high-profile horror universe has effectively fizzled, Netflix might be careful about such an undertaking. At this point, Netflix has not yet reported any designs for the fate of Fear Street. In any case, on the off chance that it pulls in great streaming numbers, Netflix would probably need the series to continue with a Fear Street Part Four or even a few additional movies that were connected like the current set of three, which is the thing that Janiak couldn’t want anything more than to see. Every one of the three installments of the Fear Street set of three are right now streaming on Netflix, and information on more might be forthcoming.