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"There once was a girl... no one dare speak her name." Paramount has debuted a new trailer for the horror sequel Rings, the third film in the Ring series, originally a remake of the Japanese horror series. This film is finally, supposedly, being released in February this year, after being delayed from late 2016. The second film was released in 2005, three years after the first Ring hit theaters in 2002. This new one picks up 13 years after the first film and it looks like it's just as freaky. Starring Laura Wiggins, Aimee Teegarden, Johnny Galecki, Lizzie Brocheré, Alex Roe, Zach Roerig, and Bonnie Morgan as Samara. Horror films in the winter usually do well, and I'm sure this one will find an audience - no matter how delayed it is. Here's the second official trailer (+ new poster) for F. Javier Gutiérrez's Rings, direct from YouTube: You can also still watch the »
- Alex Billington
The Ring scared the stuffing out of America when it was released in 2002, and 15 years later (and 12 years after the first sequel), a new film is being released. Rings stars a bunch of people you know from TV: Aimee Teegarden (Friday Night Lights), Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory), Zach Roerig (The Vampire Diaries), Laura Wiggins (The Tomorrow People), and Lizzie Brocheré (American Horror Story: Asylum). The trailer itself doesn't give a ton away about the plot, but guess what? A video is still killing people. The new trailer is above, and the first teaser (from last year) is below. Watch at your own risk; Rings hits theaters on Feb. 3! »
- Maggie Pehanick
When you're an undercover cop in Las Vegas, you don't compare resumes, you compare battle wounds. Open Road Films has released a new clip from their upcoming crime thriller Sleepless, which shows a pointed conversation between Las Vegas undercover cop Vincent Downs (Jamie Foxx) and internal affairs investigator Jennifer Bryant (Michelle Monaghan), which doesn't exactly get off on the right foot. After refusing to shake Vincent's hand, after he surprisingly shows up at a crime scene, both Vincent and Jennifer show off their scars.
Sleepless is actually Open Road Films' remake of the 2011 French thriller Nuit Blanche, which starred Lizzie Brochere and Pom Klementieff (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2). This action-thriller was supposed to hit theaters on February 24, 2017, putting it up against Lionsgate's animated movie Rock Dog and Blumhouse's thriller Get Out. However, it was recently pushed up to January 13, where it will face Paramount's Monster Trucks and Stx Entertainment's The Bye Bye Man. »
After a number of release date delays, Paramount is finally bringing its long-awaited horror sequel Rings to theaters next month. Today the studio has debuted the first poster, which offers another look at the horror icon Samara. Paramount released the first trailer back in August, but with the February 3 release date approaching, the studio is debuting a second trailer at some point this week.
While this Paramount project was originally believed to be a reboot or a remake, that notion was quickly dispelled, with Rings confirmed as a new chapter in the Ring horror franchise. A young woman becomes worried about her boyfriend when he explores a dark subculture surrounding a mysterious videotape said to kill the watcher seven days after he has viewed it. She sacrifices herself to save her boyfriend and in doing so makes a horrifying discovery: there is a "movie within the movie" that no one has ever seen before. »
4 items from 2017
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