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  • Friday the 13th (2009)
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  • Friday the 13th is the 2009 reboot of the Friday the 13th franchise. The film is a reimagining that takes inspiration from the original four films.
  • The 2009 film was originally conceived as an origin story, but the project evolved into a re-imagining of the first four Friday the 13th films. The character Jason Voorhees was redesigned as a lean, quick killer with a backstory that allows the viewer to feel a little sympathy for him, but not enough that he would lose his menace. Although this film rewrote the continuity, Jason's iconic hockey mask— which was not introduced until the third film in the series—is acquired during the film. In keeping with the tone of the film, Jason's mask was recreated from a mold of the original mask used for Part III; though there were subtle changes. Friday the 13th includes some of Harry Manfredini's musical score from the previous Friday the 13th films because the producers recognized its iconic status
  • Friday the 13th is a 2009 American slasher film directed by Marcus Nispel and written by Damian Shannon and Mark Swift. It is a reboot of the Friday the 13th film series, which began in 1980. Nispel also directed the 2003 remake of Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), while Shannon and Swift wrote the screenplay for the 2003 crossover Freddy vs. Jason. The film was distributed by New Line Cinema and Paramount Pictures theatrically in the United States, while Warner Bros. distributed it worldwide.
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Tagline
  • Welcome to Camp Crystal Lake
Starring
Cast
  • Aaron Yoo
  • Danielle Panabaker
  • Jared Padalecki
  • Amanda Righetti
Story
  • Mark Swift
  • Damian Shannon
  • Mark Wheaton
Date
  • 2009-02-13
Timeline
Editing
  • Ken Blackwell
Runtime
  • 5820.0
Producer
Screenplay
  • Mark Swift
  • Damian Shannon
Name
  • Friday the 13th
Caption
  • Theatrical release poster
Language
  • English
Preceded By
Cinematography
  • Daniel Pearl
Music
  • Steve Jablonsky
Studio
Distributor
Released
  • 2009-02-13
Based on
  • Characters by Victor Miller
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Rating
  • 5.600000
Budget
  • 1.9E7
  • 250.0
Writer
  • Mark Swift
  • Damian Shannon
  • Damian Shannon *Mark Swift *Mark Wheaton
  • Mark Wheaton
Director
  • Marcus Nispel
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  • The 2009 film was originally conceived as an origin story, but the project evolved into a re-imagining of the first four Friday the 13th films. The character Jason Voorhees was redesigned as a lean, quick killer with a backstory that allows the viewer to feel a little sympathy for him, but not enough that he would lose his menace. Although this film rewrote the continuity, Jason's iconic hockey mask— which was not introduced until the third film in the series—is acquired during the film. In keeping with the tone of the film, Jason's mask was recreated from a mold of the original mask used for Part III; though there were subtle changes. Friday the 13th includes some of Harry Manfredini's musical score from the previous Friday the 13th films because the producers recognized its iconic status. Friday the 13th was released in theaters on Friday, February 13, 2009. It received mainly negative reviews and earned approximately US$19 million on its opening night and $40 million during its opening weekend, when it broke two records; the highest-earning opening day for the film series and the highest-earning opening weekend for any horror film. As of July 2014, it is the second-highest grossing film in the Friday the 13th film series ($65 million), and has earned over $91.3 million worldwide.
  • Friday the 13th is the 2009 reboot of the Friday the 13th franchise. The film is a reimagining that takes inspiration from the original four films.
  • Friday the 13th is a 2009 American slasher film directed by Marcus Nispel and written by Damian Shannon and Mark Swift. It is a reboot of the Friday the 13th film series, which began in 1980. Nispel also directed the 2003 remake of Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), while Shannon and Swift wrote the screenplay for the 2003 crossover Freddy vs. Jason. The film was distributed by New Line Cinema and Paramount Pictures theatrically in the United States, while Warner Bros. distributed it worldwide. Friday the 13th follows Clay Miller (Jared Padalecki) as he searches for his missing sister, Whitney (Amanda Righetti), who while camping in the woods at Crystal Lake is taken by Jason Voorhees (Derek Mears).
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