Jason Isaacs Doesn’t Think We’ll Ever See A Director’s Cut Of Event Horizon

Jason Isaacs Doesn’t Think We’ll Ever See A Director’s Cut Of Event Horizon
Paul W.S. Anderson might be renowned for his painfully mediocre adaptations of popular video games, but his second major Hollywood project after 1995’s Mortal Kombat saw him dive headfirst into full-blown horror. Event Horizon has since ascended to cult classic status, but it was a major disappointment at the time, earning just $26 million at the box office on a $60 million budget.

Of course, this wasn’t helped by the studio butchering the filmmaker’s original vision, and the movie was heavily altered in post-production, which is the reason why the theatrical release ran at a brief and incredibly disjointed 96 minutes. Anderson has admitted in the past that his very first cut of the movie was over 30 minutes longer, but much of the footage has been lost to the sands of time.

The Resident Evil architect recently revealed that he’s still holding out hope for a Director’s Cut to
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