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Sequel To The Woman In Black Announced

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Cashing in on a £75m pound success Hammer Horror have announced that they will make a sequel to The Woman In Black.
The first installment, based on the novel by Susan Hill, became the highest-grossing British horror film of the past 20 years.
It is understood that the next film, The Woman in Black: Angels of Death takes place 40 years on from the spooky events of the first movie.
Hammer also recently announced two more films going into production this year - The Quiet Ones and Gaslight, both of which will shoot in the UK.

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