The all-new horror movie is out in cinemas this weekend smiling, developed by director Parker Finn based on his short film Laura Hasn’t Sleeppt. Since he’s already expanded into the universe of one of his stories, some viewers will certainly assume that this is just the beginning of the franchise, with Finn recently confirming that there could be more. smiling Stories he tells, as long as he personally doesn’t walk the same grounds. The possibility of more stories will also likely depend on how well the film does this weekend at the box office. smiling In theaters now.
“For me, as a filmmaker, I never want to re-read and do something I’ve already done again in the exact same way,” Finn shared with ComicBook.com. “In a world where there can be any potential – more stories to tell smilingI’d like to make sure it was surprising and different and not what people were expecting after the first.”
In the film, after witnessing the strange and traumatic incident of a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter (Susie Bacon) begins to experience frightening events that she cannot explain. When overwhelming terror begins to take over her life, Rose must confront her disturbing past in order to survive and escape her terrifying new reality.
Given the number of films released each year that are either sequels, reboots, or adaptations of well-known material, smiling It represents a rare example of an entirely original film that did not have stars or come from a well-known filmmaker. Certainly, some of the parties involved in the project hope that this is just the beginning of a long-term chain.
Interesting, earlier this month, horror movie barbaric It landed in theaters and similarly offered the audience a whole new experience. While smiling Tends more to outright horror during barbaric It includes more comedy and elements that are meant to make the audience laugh, they are not necessarily in direct competition with each other. Similarly, the manager barbaric Similarly, Zach Krieger notes that he is in no hurry to make a follow-up.
Cregger shared with ComicBook.com: “So there’s a big twist around the 40-minute mark and I’m always eagerly waiting for that moment. It’s my favorite moment.” “Barbarian 2, not mine. It won’t happen to me. Never say never, I could have a great idea tomorrow and be out of the races, but I doubt it.”
smiling Now in theaters.
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