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Abandoned Stars Talk “Millennial” Approach to a Classic Horror Complex

Many horror films, both iconic and forgettable, begin with the familiar premise of a family moving into a new home hoping for a fresh start, only to uncover a variety of disturbing events. A similar premise is explored in the new film by writer/director Spencer Squire, in which the thriller stars Emma Roberts and John Gallagher Jr. for the project, which has a tried-and-true premise and the way From that structure was surrounded by the square. abandoned It will hit theaters on June 17 and in On Demand and Digital HD on June 24.

“It was one of those scripts that I, at first, I saw the title and I was immediately interested and I started reading it and it went in directions I couldn’t anticipate, but it turned out to be my favorite start.” A thriller or a horror movie, which is a family move into a new home. I just love that,” said Roberts with ComicBook.com not only in acting, but in producing the film. Also shared about your interest. “And the fact that Spencer Squire, our wonderful writer/director, found a way to re-create it and do it, I felt like, for people my age. It felt like a millennium on that story and ‘After I read it, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. It really stuck with me, I couldn’t shake it,’ and so I was like, ‘I really want to get on board with this and really I want to join.’ So I was very excited to do this.”

abandoned Follows the intensely intense lives of Sarah (Emma Roberts), her husband Alex (John Gallagher Jr.), and their infant son, as they move to a remote farmhouse that reflects a dark, tragic history. As their home’s past is revealed, the mother’s fragility escalates into a state of psychosis that jeopardizes her and her newborn son’s safety. The film, directed by Spencer Squire, stars Emma Roberts (american horror story nervous), John Gallagher Jr. (Mint), and Michael Shannon (heart of champions,

As a new father whose wife is experiencing otherworldly events, Gallagher’s challenge was providing authentic feedback on the situation without descending into stereotypical behavior.

“I think what was interesting about it, and it was something that Spencer Squire, the writer/director, touched on early on, was like, ‘I’m not interested in what you can do more clearly than classically. Trolled husband who is so suspicious of his partner and so suspicious and so distrustful that he becomes like a secondary villain in the movie, ‘Where you’re like, ‘This husband is driving me crazy’ It’s because he’s not giving her a place and she doesn’t believe in him,'” Gallagher expressed. starts off as the story progresses, but he’s working so hard… it’s almost as if Spencer wrote the role as though he was, resisting that trope of the genre, that this guy was trying to work hard. is doing, ‘Okay, I’m going to be my partner’s caretaker and gatekeeper that I’m starting to worry about.’ He’s trying so hard to do what’s right by her, trying so hard to do what’s right by his child, and just trying to take care of his family. I really felt the push and pull of that struggle.”

abandoned It will hit theaters on June 17 and in On Demand and Digital HD on June 24.

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