The sequel to Jack Black’s 2015 Goosebumps flick is set to take a journey to Horrorland, the creepy amusement park from R.L. Stine’s iconic children’s book franchise. So, it should come as no surprise that the first Goosebumps comic book is also taking us to the little park of horrors.
R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps book series has been making children squirm since 1992, and now there’s a movie that aims to capture that same mix of creepy monsters and silliness. But the scariest thing in Goosebumps is Jack Black’s weird accent. And this film is strictly for kids.
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Our first look at the Goosebumps movie relied a little less on the monsters and a little more on the jokes. However this new international trailer, packed with a chunk of new footage, gives us a lot more monster-y goodness... and of course, more Jack Black cracking wise to go with it.
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We’ve known for a while that the Goosebumps movie would be a weird metanarrative about the books themselves rather than inspired by them, with Jack Black as original writer R. L. Stine. Now we’ve got a first look at the movie in action, and it looks just as weird as this original idea sounded.
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Jack Black plays a cantankerous version of real-life horror author R.L. Stine, who lives in a world where his successful Goosebumps books aren’t just a scary YA series, but also a way in which the writer battles actual monsters. How is this going to work, exactly? We asked producer Neal H. Moritz and director Rob…
The Goosebumps movie stars Jack Black as real-life Goosebumps author R.L. Stine. Apparently, Stine's books were also magical prisons that keep his monsters out of the real world. Ha! Take a look at the classic monsters from the series that have been recreated for the film.
During the Goosebumps movie presentation at San Diego Comic-Con, Jack Black brought out the film's real star: Slappy the Dummy. Together, they did a ventriloquist routine on stage... one that didn't end well for Black.
We finally got a peek at the Goosebumps movie. Jack Black came to Comic-Con to talk about playing Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, and we saw his Stine battle his own monstrous creations after they had escaped from his books.
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