The hit horror franchise has made over $1 billion at the box office.
The horror comedy centers on a Juneteenth getaway from hell.
“Jackson’s seduction is still a living force, operating from beyond the grave,” the filmmaker says.
The authorized film has the blessing of the late singer’s estate.
The film is directed by Tim Story and co-written by Tracy Oliver.
Both actors are executive producers on the Lionsgate film.
Ridley took home an Oscar for adapting the drama ’12 Years a Slave.’
The upcoming feature film is written and directed by Charles Murray.
The ‘Saw’ reboot earned an estimated $8.7 million dollars domestically.
The horror comedy comes out in theaters on Friday, June 11.