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The horror icon would always make a return.
Though the 'Saw' horror universe is something we all thought had wrapped up with 'The Final Chapter', last year saw the nastiness brought right back to the big screen with the release of 'Jigsaw', bringing a whole series of new victims in for the kill. The man behind all of the slayings? John Kramer, played by Tobin Bell, and though he died in the third film of the franchise, the character was allowed to live on through various sequels.
Tobin Bell stars as villainous killer John Kramer in the 'Saw' franchise
In 'Jigsaw', we saw Kramer enjoy his first "game", perfecting his craft and setting off what would be one of the most compelling murderous rampages the horror movie world has seen. With that film now in the can, there's been rumours of a ninth 'Saw' instalment, and that's something Bell would be up for.
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John Kramer - aka Jigsaw - may have been dead for ten years, but that does not mean the game is over any time soon. A series of sensational and gruesome murders have taken over the city, all of which match the serial killer's brutal modus operandi. Plus, a number of clues linking him to the deaths - audio recordings of his voice, his blood under a victim's fingernails - are scattered over the crime scenes, which means a copycat murderer cannot yet be assumed. But it looks like Jigsaw's latest group of victims have a lot more strength than they ever have before, and some of them are prepared to take on his gory game of life and death and come out a winner.
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Tobin Bell Tuesday 21st October 2008 Saw V Los Angeles World premiere held at Chinese 6 theaters Los Angeles, California
Date of birth
7th August, 1972
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