The internet is abuzz over the recently leaked cast list of “Jeepers Creepers 3”
The highly secretive list of characters was obtained by Bloody Disgusting’s sister publication CinemaRunner in which they revealed a multitude of star power, including horror icon Adrienne Barbeau.
Filming of this highly-anticipated sequel began in late February after years of speculation from fans wondering if the project would ever get off the ground.
This list also names Ryan Moore from this year’s independent slasher film “Pitchfork” who will make his sophomore debut in “Jeepers Creepers 3.”
Brandon Stacy will play Miller, a local deputy with a plan to gather a mob of people to take down The Creeper before he has a chance to kill again.
The original 2001 movie starred Justin Long and Gina Phillips as brother and sister taking a road trip through the Florida countryside when suddenly they are road-raged by a dark and ominous figure driving a weather worn, customized utility truck.
The driver turns out to be a monster known as The Creeper who emerges every 23-years to feast on human flesh.
Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zeotrope produced the first film as well as its 2003 sequel in which a school bus loaded with high school kids becomes stalked by the winged Creeper.
“Jeepers Creepers 3” has been the subject of controversy ever since director Victor Salva was accused of partaking in illicit sexual acts with a minor.
However, he is back in the director’s seat for this continuation of the franchise being filmed in Louisiana.
Barbeau is no stranger to creature features. In 1980 she played a trapped disc jockey in John Carpenter’s “The Fog.” Two years later the actress starred alongside Louis Jourdan in Wes Craven’s “Swamp Thing.”
The film wasn’t a box office success, but gained a cult following after constantly being re-run on cable subscription movie services.
Rounding out the list of actors according to CinemaRunner are: Chester Rushing (“Stranger Things“), Patrick Thomas Cragin (“How to Be a Vampire”), Brandon Smith (“From Dusk Till Dawn”), Gabrielle Haugh (Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?), and Justin Hall (Django Unchained). Michael Papajohn, Megan Elizabeth Wright, Jason Bayle, Cade Burk, Joyce Giraud, and Jordan Salloum, Don Yesso, David Davis, Brandon Stacy, Casey Hendershot, Thomas Francis Murphy, and Carrie Lazar.