Following Warner Bros. absorbtion of New Line it may have marked the end of Leatherface and any possibility of anymore prequels or sequels to 2003's 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' remake.
Sources claimed that producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form were in talks with New Line about a possible third movie and so the future was unknown.
"The issue for these movies is that since we're not the rights holders - the rights holders are entrusting their children to us - and in the case of 'Chainsaw,' Kim Henkel, Tobe Hooper and Robert Kuhn gave us two opportunities to do that," explains Fuller when ShockTillYouDrop catches up to him on the set of Friday the 13th. "If they want to come to us and say, 'You guys are welcome to do a third one,' I can't imagine we'd say no, because we love those characters. But until that happens, we have to keep looking forward."
Henkel is reportedly writing a Chainsaw film of his own where Platinum Dunes' will not be involved whatsoever.
"They've been trying for a long time to do that," say Form, clarifying, "I don't think [Henkel] can do the Hewitt family [story], it would have to be the Sawyers. New Line owns the Hewitt family."