IT star Bill Skarsgård leads horror movie from Whitest Kids U’Know Star

20th Century Studios released the new trailer for barbaric, an upcoming horror movie starring Pennywise himself, Bill Skarsgård and Broadchurch star Georgina Campbell. Perhaps the biggest surprise of the movie is that it was written and directed by Zach Krieger, one of the founding members of the comedy band Whiteest Kids U’Know whose credits are based mostly on the world of laughter rather than fear. It also stars Justin Long, Matthew Patrick Davis, Richard Brick, Kurt Braunohler, and James Butler. You can watch the official trailer and take a quick look at the poster below, find it barbaric It hits theaters on August 31.

The official twentieth century synopsis of the film reads as follows: “In barbaric, a young woman travels to Detroit for a job interview and books a rental house. But when you arrive late at night, you discover that the house is twice booked, and a strange man is already staying there. She decides to spend the evening despite her better judgment, but soon discovers that there is much more to fear than an unexpected house guest.”

From the book 20th Century Studios and the New Regency, written and directed by Barbarian Zach Cregger. The producers are Arnon Milchan, Roy Lee, Raphael Margols, and J.D. Lifshitz. Yariv Milchan, Michael Schaefer, Natalie Lehmann, Danny Chan, Alex Leibovici, and Bill Skarsgård are the executive producers of the film.

Although Cragger is not known for working in the horror genre, the fact that Jordan Peele has made such a smooth leap with the upcoming Get Out and Us and Nope should keep fans excited. In a previous interview with New York timesPeele noted what he believes makes the two types work their best, saying:

“The best comedy and horror feel like they’re actually happening. You have one or two bases that bend or mount, but the world around it is real. I felt like everything I learned in comics I could apply to this movie… awe, second it be You have people doing something you know they won’t, lose the audience Get out, what should be believable are the intentions of the protagonist. Why is he there. I followed rosemary babyStepford wives A model to engage in this crazy situation and on its side, justify how the character rationalizes to survive.”

Are you looking forward to barbaric? Is there anything more intimidating than actually having someone inside an Air BNB that you have already booked? Have you come this far? Sound out in the comments below.



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