As predicted by the upcoming franchise star and producer Bruce Campbell Evil dead rise Officially switched from HBO Max exclusive to theatrical release. Limit He brings us word about the shift in Warner Bros. Discovery’s plans for a horror sequel, revealing that the movie is now slated for a release on April 21, 2023. Evil dead rise It now has a release date set by Warner Bros. Previously bookmarked for two other horror movies, Salem’s Lot remakes and Last Train to Busan, both of which are delayed. Upon its debut, the film will arrive just over ten years after the 2013 remake, Fede Álvarez. evil dead.
Evil dead rise Director Lee Cronin took to social media to confirm the news, revealing the hat of his production crew and writing: “The Evil Dead will RISE!!! 21/04/23. Exclusively in theaters. The countdown to massacre has begun.” Cronin’s previous feature balance includes 2019 the hole in the groundBut he also directed a two-part episode of Sam Raimi’s Quibi horror series, 50 Countries of Fear, a work that put him in the crosshairs of the original Evil Dead director.
“We just did a preview so it was pretty loud,” Bruce Campbell previously said. CBR Regarding the movie. “They would probably have aired it on HBO Max, but it could get dramatic…it’s an urban version of Evil Dead now. There’s no cabin anymore. We’re going for a single mom in town. Appearing in all the other films in the series, Campbell would not star in Evil Dead Rise but produced it,
– Lee Cronin (corleecronin) August 24, 2022
Alyssa Sutherland, Lily Sullivan, and young stars Gabriel Echols, Morgan Davis and Neil Fisher have been confirmed. Evil Dead Rise. The official synopsis of the film stated: “On the fifth evil dead Movie, road-weary Beth pays a belated visit to her older sister Ellie, who is raising three children alone in a cramped Los Angeles apartment. The sisters’ reunion is interrupted by the discovery of a mysterious book deep in the bowels of the Eli Building, which gives rise to body-possessing demons, and pushes Beth into a primal battle for survival as she faces the most nightmarish version of motherhood imaginable.”