Script Pages For Winter-Set Friday The 13th 2009 Sequel Reveal Fate Of Final Girl Whitney

Friday the 13th 2009 faced an uphill battle because of the remake tag that had been placed upon it along with the tremendously high fan expectations. The makers of the new film had a tall task to deliver an exceptional Crystal Lake tale. After the film's release in theaters, it received some of the harshest critiques that any of the films in the franchise have ever experienced. We're not talking about those Siskel and Ebert bashings that the earlier films experienced. No, the harshest critiques came from the fans themselves.

Regardless of some of the negative comments of the film, Friday The 13th 2009 went on to gross over $60 million in the United States and a large number of the franchise followers were quite happy with the film that Platinum Dunes produced from Damian Shannon and Mark Swift's script. After the film's theatrical run ended, Warner Bros. announced that a direct sequel would be released in theaters on August 13, 2010. As we all know now, that sequel never made it to the screen and all these years later, fans still want to know what the film would have been called and what the story would have been about.

As today is Friday The 13th, Mark Swift has given the fans a treat by posting some of the never before seen script pages on Twitter from the unmade sequel titled Friday The 13th: Camp Blood The Death Of Jason Voorhees.

The pages below outline the the opening winter set scenes of the film.

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