We are one week away from the theatrical release of The First Omena new installment as a prequel to the horror franchise The Omenby the director and co-writer Arkasha Stevenson (Channel Zero, Legion).

That is why 20th Century Studios continues the marketing campaign in an active state, launching a new official poster in which it once again collaborates with the designer Creepy Duck Design. The poster you find at the end of this note, “Create something to fear.”

The study promotes The First Omen as ““the scariest movie of the year.” It will be released in theaters April 5, 2024,

The psychological thriller, titled in our market as The first prophecystars Nell Tiger Free (Servant), Tawfeek Barhom (Mary Magdalene), Sonia Braga (Kiss of the Spider Woman), Ralph Ineson (The Witch, The Northman), y Bill Nighy (Living).


“A young American woman is sent to Rome to begin a life of service to the church, but she encounters a darkness that makes her question her faith and uncovers a terrifying conspiracy that hopes to bring about the birth of evil incarnate.”

The premise lets us know that the circumstances of Damien's birth will change for the prequel. Now, Damien will be born thanks to an elaborate conspiracy within the Church in Rome, and although he is indeed the son of Satan, his mother will not be a jackal, as in the original film. The Omen (1976). This new installment will perform an inverted version of the Immaculate Conception, with a nun being impregnated by Satan and giving birth to Damien.

Stevenson directs the script co-written with Tim Smith y Keith Thomas (Firestarter), from a story by Ben Jacoby (Bleed), and characters created by David Seltzer (The Omen).

The prequel has already received the classification from the Motion Picture Association (MPA) who gave it a Rated R by:

“Violent content, creepy/disturbing images and brief graphic nudity.”

The original 1976 classic follows the United States ambassador who believes his five-year-old son is the antichrist. The film starred Gregory Peck, Lee Remick and Harvey Stephens. The direction was by Richard Donner, and the script by Seltzer.

This film gave way to three sequels, the last of which was released in 1978, and a reboot in 2006.

The producers of the prequel are David S. Goyer (Hellraiser) y Keith Levine (The Night House). Executive producers include Tim Smith, Whitney Brown and Gracie Wheelan.

New poster (via Creepy Duck Design):

Source: https://cine3.com/algo-para-temer-se-asoma-en-nuevo-poster-de-the-first-omen/

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