Is Jason Voorhees really, really dead this time? Maybe.

Bloody Disgusting reports there are no plans to go forward on the sequel to the 'Friday the 13th' remake, which New Line had hoped to open on Aug. 13, 2010.

"It's dead, [it's] not happening," said producer Brad Fuller, via Twitter. "Right now there is no movement on 'Friday the 13th: Part 2.'" Is Jason Voorhees really, really dead this time? Maybe.

Bloody Disgusting reports there are no plans to go forward on the sequel to the 'Friday the 13th' remake, which New Line had hoped to open on Aug. 13, 2010.

"It's dead, [it's] not happening," said producer Brad Fuller, via Twitter. "Right now there is no movement on 'Friday the 13th: Part 2.'"

'Friday the 13th' opened on Feb. 13, 2009, and earned over $40 million at the box office in its opening weekend, with a total gross of over $65 million, domestically. As the film had a production budget of just $19 million, isn't that enough of a hit to bring Jason back from his watery grave (and in 3-D, of course)?

As of right now, apparently not.

Platinum Dunes, the production company created by Michael Bay to produce low-budget horror remakes, will be unveiling its 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' remake on Apr. 30.

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