Universal Pictures y Blumhouse continue the marketing campaign The Exorcist: Believer, a reboot/sequel of the original classic The Exorcist from 1973, by the filmmaker David Gordon Green. The franchise of The Exorcist will be relaunched in the style of Halloween from Blumhouse and Universal: with a new trilogy. The first of them is precisely, The Exorcist: Believers.
In the coming days the most recent issue of Total Film Magazine –whose cover is dedicated to the film Wonka– with an article dedicated to the new installment of The Exorcist where the stunt coordinator, Ashley Rae Trisler Keep in mind that what we can see in Believers It could even live up to and surpass the original film:
“[Hay] “some shocking and surprising scenes that could potentially surpass what people remember from 50 years ago.”
“Everyone kept all their limbs and we were safe throughout filming. Obviously there are bumps and bruises and that kind of thing. But nothing of major concern.”
“They talked about wanting a woman [como coordinadora de especialistas]mainly because they had two main cast members who were underage women, and knowing the tenderness and touch of a female coordinator could be really helpful on such an emotional shoot.”
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The plot brings back By Ellen Burstyn, returning to his character from the original film, Chris MacNeil, who appears in this recent installment to provide help to a new group of characters, as it will not be one but two girls possessed by a demonic entity. Leslie Odom Jr. He plays the father of one of the possessed little girls, who enlists the help of the aforementioned Chris MacNeil to understand what is happening with his daughter and her best friend.
“Since the death of his pregnant wife in an earthquake in Haiti 12 years ago, Victor Fielding (Leslie Odom, Jr.) has raised his daughter Angela (Lidya Jewett) alone.
But when Angela and her friend Katherine (Olivia Marcum) disappear into the woods, only to return three days later with no memory of what happened to them, a chain of events is unleashed that will force Victor to confront the nadir of evil and, in their terror and desperation, searching for the only person alive who has witnessed something like this before.”
Green wrote the script with Peter Sattler (Camp X-Ray, Broken Diamonds), from a story by Green, Scott Teems (Halloween Kills) y Danny McBride (Halloween).
The cast is completed Ann Dowd (Hereditary, The Handmaid’s Tale), Lydia Jewett (Nightbooks), Raphael Sbarge (Gaslit), Okwoi Okpokwasili (Bronx Gothic, Agatha: Coven of Chaos), Olivia Marky Jennifer Nettles in “key role.” It was previously said that Linda Blair She would be reprising her iconic role as Regan MacNeil, however her participation has not been mentioned again.
Jason BlumDavid Robinson, James G. Robinson are producers, with David Gordon Green, Stephanie Allen, Danny McBride, Couper Samuelson, Christopher H. Warner, and Atilla Salih Yücer serving as executive producers.
Universal and its streamer Peacock closed an agreement with Morgan Creek and Blumhouse valued at $400 million, for the global distribution rights to the new trilogy of The Exorcist.
And in case you missed it, we tell you that in recent days, the studios decided to advance the premiere of the film by a week, following Taylor Swift’s announcement in which she announced that her musical tour The Eras Tour will have a film which will be released in theaters in the United States, Canada and Mexico, on Friday, October 13, 2023, terrifying enough The Exorcist: Believer so that it would abandon its original premiere on Friday, October 13, and be released in cinemas around the world on Friday, October 6.