Saw 11 Receives Uncertain Update from Director of Saw X

In a creatively uncertain turn of events, Kevin Greutert, the director of Saw X, has cast doubt on the possibility of a Saw 11 in the pipeline. The most recent installment in the series delves into John Kramer’s journey between the events of Saw and Saw II, as he embarks on a quest for a miraculous cure for his cancer in Mexico.

However, when he uncovers the ruse behind the procedure, he ensnares the perpetrators in a series of diabolical Jigsaw traps, yielding gruesomely revealing outcomes.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Greutert offered a nuanced perspective on the franchise’s future in light of Saw X‘s jaw-dropping conclusion. He elucidated that while there might be potential for another film, this latest entry was conceived as a swan song for the enigmatic Jigsaw killer.

Additionally, he shared insights into his collaboration with actor Jorge Briseño, addressing the potential involvement of Carlos in the franchise’s forthcoming endeavors. Discover Greutert’s intriguing insights below:

Saw X

(Laughs.) Well, we’ll just have to see what the future of Saw is. There are so many directions we could go, but for me, there’s no obvious one coming out of this film. I really wanted it to feel like a kind of final send-off for the Jigsaw character, but never say never. As far as that actor [Jorge Briseño], he’s such an amazing little gentleman. I think he has a huge career ahead of him, and I would love to work with him again.

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Greutert’s statement strongly implies that Saw X was designed to serve as Jigsaw’s final starring role, possibly marking the end of the entire franchise with him.

Yet, this series has a history of seemingly concluding its narrative, only to unveil fresh developments. This was evident in John’s demise in Saw III and the supposed finality of Saw 3D.

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