How will director Tom Six shock us next? While Uwe Boll is as talentless as they come, Six, while always attempting to raise eyebrows using the “shock” factor, is incredibly talented. The Human Centipede Part 2 (Full Sequence) was as disturbing as they come, but clearly on the nose in an attempt to take a jab at critics of the first film. So what will he do when the ‘pede multiples into a third film? I’m dying to know.
After some delays in filming last year, the third installment of the controversial cult horror franchise in which human victims are sewn together is starting up production in Los Angeles, reports the LA Times.
Six Entertainment Co. is scheduled to shoot a scene for The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) on Friday in the Monterey Park area, according to a permit filed with FilmL.A. Inc., which handles film permits for the city and the county. Six has been casting for the past few weeks via Twitter.
The production of the movie, to be distributed by IFC Films, had been held up last year by a dispute over script issues between Six Entertainment Co. and German actor Dieter Laser, who played the evil Dr. Heiter in the original 2009 film.
Bloody Disgusting has learned exclusively that production has reportedly been operating in secret for a few weeks, as evidenced by British actor Laurence R. Harvey, pictured below in HC2, having been spotted around LA over the last month, sporting what appears to be a shaved head.
Harvey heads to Paris immediately after filming wraps to take part in The Profane Exhibit‘s wraparound story, which also includes Tony Todd, Bai Ling, and Christina Lindberg.
Six, last year, promised that the American finale HC3 “will be 100% politically incorrect.“
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