In 2017, the world of cinema suffered a great loss: George A. Romero passed away, with the light hand of which zombies settled on the screens for a long time. For most of his career, he has worked outside of the Hollywood machine, and there will be no second such. Romero's legacy lives on thanks to his tapes, but audiences haven't seen all that the legendary filmmaker has to offer.|
In an interview with Comicbook, the director's widow, Susan Desrocher, announced good news for all Romero fans. It turns out that he left behind dozens of scripts.“George did a lot. He loved writing and we have 40 or 50 of his texts on hand, many of which are very good. He had something to say, and now he does, and my mission is precisely to convey all this to the viewer ", - Desrocher said.
But the surprises don't end there, as before looking for producers for the scripts left by the legendary director, Susan Desrocher is going to restore the film, which Romero shot back in 1973. According to the widow, it is a rather scary sight, but does not belong to the genre of horror and touches on the topic of discrimination. Moreover, Romero himself made a cameo in the tape. By the way, few people saw it, and therefore Desrocher even plans to find a distributor for the picture.
His children were also going to continue the work of Romero, but so far none of the planned projects has come a step closer to the big screens. The same can be said for Dead Man's Road, which Romero co-wrote with Matt Bierman, although the director's widow believes work is progressing on the horror film.
The Topic of Article: The Legacy of George A. Romero.