Posters Drop for ‘The Exorcist: Believer’
In the new film, two parents seek help when their respective daughters show signs of demonic possession. Academy Award nominee Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton), is set to star in the film as the father of a possessed child. Jennifer Nettles will also star as mother who’s child is also possed. The two familys come togther and seeks the help of Chris MacNeil, mother of Regan from the first film. Academy Award winner Ellen Burstyn will reprise her original role as Chris MacNeil. Burstyn received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her work in the original film.
We hear rumours that trailer will drop very soon, but untill then, here are three new posters giving us our first peak into the film.
Green is directing the brand new sequel to The Exorcist for Universal, Blumhouse and Morgan Creek, and this will be the startof a new trilogy. Yes it may sound a little was, rinse repeat, as this is exactly what green did for Halloween, but i’m sure that Blume house are hoping to capture the genie in the bottle once agin for this much loved franchise. The first film in the trilogy will be released theatrically on October 13th 2023, out in plenty of time for halloween.
Keep an eye out for the trailer super soon.
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