Last week we reported on the distinct possibility of a sequel in the works to the recent Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake (see earlier news), and now we hear that MTV recently spoke with Andrew Bryniarski (Leatherface) about his role in the upcoming prequel.
MTV: "I just talked to the executive producers, and 2005 is when we're going to shoot this thing," Bryniarski revealed. "Until then, we're going to look at script ideas and they're looking at exactly how far to go back into a prequel story. There's been 33 murders that have been established at the Hewitt farmhouse. You've only seen a few of 'em. And there's a lot of backstory with what caused the head-skinner to go horribly wrong."
Sheldon Turner is now writing the script / story about sibling soldiers who come across the skin-wearing freak. We weren't a great fan of the film itself, but personally I just couldn't resist posting another news story that features the name Hewitt. Go get 'em bruvver.