After sharing a chilling teaser for Annabelle: Creation, Warner Bros. has released the official trailer and it is as frightening as fans expected.
The trailer shows a Nun and a group of girls from an orphanage welcomed to stay in the home possessed by Annabelle. Furthermore, the footage reveals that the ghost was once a little girl whose father is a dollmaker.
After the tragic incident that led to the death of the little girl, she goes on to possess a doll and continues to live with her parents. But the presence of the guests seems to threaten Annabelle.
Annabelle: Creation is a prequel to the original film Annabelle released in 2014. The upcoming movie will hit theaters on August 11th, 2017.
The movie was directed by David F. Sandberg. The director is quite known for Lights Out. Furthermore, James Wan also looked over the project as the producer.
Sandberg also had an interaction with Deadline and discussed Annabelle: Creation and its origin story. “This is a prequel; hence, the Creation title. We actually see her being made, which was really fun for me,” said Sandberg. “I probably wouldn’t have been as interested in making it if it had been a straight continuation of the first movie.”
Earlier this week, Warner Bros. also released the official trailer for IT. Going by the promo video, it looks like the movie could live up to audience and critics expectations. Although it has managed to receive positive reviews since the release of its trailer, some fans remain skeptical as they hold to the 1990 classic Stephen King’s IT . Watch both the trailers below.
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