First Trailer for The Grudge Reboot Arriving Next Week, Creepy New Poster Released
The new poster is sure to remind you of a classic scare from the original.
By Chris Morse
Nicholas Pesce's upcoming reboot of The Grudge has been teasing fans with new images and posters, but we learned today that the film will get its first official trailer next Monday. To celebrate the occasion, Sony Pictures has released another new promo image, this time teasing a very familiar scare from the classic film that started it all. Check it out below!
Set in America, the reboot follows a police officer in a new town who comes across a seemingly-unexplainable case that leads her to a house that has been cursed by a vengeful ghost, dooming all who enter with a violent death.
The Grudge is directed by Nicholas Pesce, who also wrote the screenplay with a writing credit additionally going to Jeff Buhler. Starring is Andrea Riseborough (Mandy, Black Mirror), Demián Bichir (The Hateful Eight, The Nun), John Cho (Star Trek films, The Twilight Zone reboot), Betty Gilpin (GLOW), Lin Shaye (Insidious), and Jacki Weaver (Bird Box).
The film is expected to hit theaters on January 3rd, 2020. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates until then!
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