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Good news! ‘Cause we’ve all squealed obnoxiously about how much we’d love to see the sentient version of the cursed Renesmee baby robot in “Twilight” do somersaults in the air down a hallway in the movie trailer.” M3GAN” by Universal, Blumhouse and Atomic Monsters, so the upcoming movie is coming out sooner than expected.
Blumhouse has a solid track record for their horror releases, with both legacy projects like “Halloween Ends” and originals like “The Black Phone”. The upcoming “M3GAN” is a new original movie for the house that Blum has built, and if it turns out to be as profitable as the constant trending Tweets that would lead us to believe it will, the company might is considering a new franchise to join “Paranormal Activity, “The Purge” and “Insidious.”
While we eagerly await the movie’s release next year, here’s everything you need to know about “M3GAN” and more.
M3GAN release date and where to watch it
Originally slated for a Martin Luther King Jr. weekend release, “M3GAN” will continue the killer doll franchise a week earlier, and is now slated for a sequel. January 6, 2023, release date. This pits “M3GAN” against Sony’s currently untitled “truly haunting” movie, but puts it out of the competition opening weekend with “House Party” and “A Man Called Otto” .”
M3GAN about what?
If you’re hoping for a second premiere of a movie like “Annabelle,” you might want to check it out elsewhere, as “M3GAN” looks set to deliver a laughably similar flavor to the current season. by “Chucky.” The film centers on a young roboticist named Gemma, who is hard at work creating a lifelike AI doll that is “programmed to be children’s best companion and parents’ greatest ally,” as the film’s trailer describes. As Gemma enters a rough time trying to finish her work on the prototype, she suddenly becomes the new guardian of her recently orphaned 8-year-old niece, Cady.
Never anticipating becoming a parent, Gemma decided to treat her niece as a perfectly living experiment, introducing the M3GAN doll to Cady as a means to test prototypes on a child. people and give Cady a new companion to help her through this. arduous. Cady and M3GAN bond instantly, but the overprotective nature of the AI quickly turns into every scary robot story ever told, and M3GAN sets out to take down anyone who gets in the way of their happiness or relationships. her and Cady.
M3GAN has Chucky’s killer attitude and instincts with the unsettling sensibilities of the Ashley-O/Miley Cyrus doll from “Black Mirror,” and based on the trailer, looks like a wild ride.
The cast of M3GAN
“M3GAN” sees Allison Williams return to Blumhouse after she starred in “Get Out,” playing the title character Gemma. Little Cady is played by Violet McGraw, whom horror fans might recognize as Young Nell in Mike Flanagan’s “The Haunting of Hill House”. Amie Donald will portray the physical form of the M3GAN doll, with “Infinity Train” star Kimberley Crossman providing the eerie human voice. The film also stars Brian Jordan Alvarez, Jen Van Epps, Arlo Green, Kira Josephson, Jack Cassidy, Michael Saccente, Stephane Garneau-Monten, and “The Daily Show” reporter Ronny Chieng.
The creative team behind M3GAN and more
The most exciting aspect of “M3GAN” arguably lies in the creative team that is, as we called it, a certified dream team. The film is directed by Gerard Johnstone, a filmmaker from New Zealand who has directed one of the most underrated horror comedies of the past ten years, the haunted house movie “Housebound”. The horror return from Johnstone is long overdue, and the team he joined to make it happen is so perfectly aligned that it feels impossible.
“M3GAN” comes from Akela Cooper, the insane genius behind James Wan’s “Evil,” the horror film that I fully credit as reminding countless horror fans that life is a mess. Beautifully worth experiencing when the blues pandemic causes many to reflect on the worst. Cooper is also an executive producer on “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”, supervised production on “Luke Cage” and “American Horror Story”, and co-wrote the theme park thriller “Hell Fest”. and was slated to write the screenplay for “The Nun 2.”
And to make the deal even sweeter, modern horror conductor James Wan is producing, because after several years of existence on this bleak mortal plane, we deserve something. funny, scary and absurd.
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