Fear Street 4 Update: Is The New Fear Street Movie Being Produced By Netflix?

Now that Fear Street’s trilogy is over and all the secrets of the curse that had been stalking Shadyside for generations have been disclosed, is this really the end?

Fans were in for one last shock during Fear Street Part 3: 1666’s credits when they witnessed the widow’s book of spells being taken. Shadyside might not be free just yet because it’s a safe bet that the book was grabbed by someone who knew what it could do, which is make a bargain with the Devil to get anything you want.

Leigh Janiak, who directed and co-wrote all three films, revealed to one of the online portals that they “have ideas” for how Fear Street may continue after this trilogy. This is in addition to the credits scene being a fun beat for fans.

Given that there is a wealth of source material in RL Stine’s books and a way to diverge from the original tale in the trilogy, some of these ideas might include Janiak’s desire to transform the series into a horror version of the MCU.

We have the ability to create a horror Marvel where you can have slasher killers from many various eras, she told IndieWire. “One of the things that I talked about before I was recruited was that we have a capacity here to create that.”

There is room for anything else, but you have the canon of our primary mythology, which is based on the idea that the devil resides in Shadyside. I suppose my hope is that enough people enjoy it that we can start expanding [further], thinking about what another trilogy would be like, what standalones would be like, and what television would be like.

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“I hardly even consider it in terms of television or movies anymore. That’s what makes Netflix so fantastic, and what makes Fear Street, a hybrid new thing, so great. The prospect of what else might occur excites me.

It appears from the outside that Fear Street has been a success for the streaming giant since each instalment of the trilogy was Netflix’s most watched movie globally in the weekend of its debut.

We’ll have to wait for official word from Netflix on how well the trilogy did since actual viewing data is difficult to come by. This is especially true if they wait to see if anyone binged the trilogy once all three movies were published rather than week-by-week.

As a result, Netflix hasn’t made any formal confirmations yet, but we can surely make assumptions about what Fear Street Part 4 would look like.

Fear Street 4 release date: When can we expect Fear Street 4?

The original trilogy was shot nonstop from March to September 2019 in preparation for a June 2020 theatrical release.

When the films were taken from theatres due to the ongoing worldwide issue, Netflix then purchased the trilogy. After being delayed for about a year, the trilogy finally debuted on July 2, July 9, and July 16.


We won’t see the fourth picture until 2022 at the earliest, and even that feels like a tight turnaround unless secretly recorded footage has already been shot. If they want to maintain their summer release schedule, July 2023 would seem to be a safer option.

Of course, if they want to make the next Fear Street instalment a TV series, that may effect production times and we could have to wait a little longer.

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Fear Street 4 cast: Who’s coming back for Fear Street 4?

There aren’t many characters who could return if the fourth instalment of Fear Street begins up right where the third film leaves off, which is the cliffhanger.

Deena (Kiana Madeira), Sam (Olivia Scott Welch), Ziggy (Gillian Jacobs), Josh (Benjamin Flores Jr.), Martin (Darrell Britt-Gibson), and Mrs. Lane are the key characters still present at the conclusion of Part 3. (Jordana Spiro).

It’s very possible that they are all involved in a new curse plaguing Shadyside, although that would feel overly reminiscent of the first three films. We believe it’s more likely that a new Fear Street film (or television series) will be set in a different era, and Janiak has been considering the historical period.

She told IndieWire, “I actually started getting excited about a ’50s slasher movie, which I really haven’t watched and what it means.” “As a horror enthusiast, it’s cool to consider the various eras and what’s conceivable.”

As we witnessed in Part 3 when the trilogy travelled all the way back to 1666, a new time period might not exclude out comebacks.

Fear Street 4 trailer: Any Fear Street 4 footage yet?

Netflix hasn’t confirmed anything, thus there isn’t any footage because it (likely) hasn’t been shot yet. Instead, you’ll just need to watch the trilogy again.

You can view the complete Fear Street trilogy on Netflix.

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