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The Haunting Of Belly Manor’s Rahul Kohli Stars In The Trailer Of Horror Film Next Exit

Rahul Kohli’s breakout role came in fan-favorite CW series iZombieAlthough this was the beginning of his work in the horror field, his following only grew with TV series such as The Haunting of Bailey Manoro And midnight Mass, The actor isn’t limiting his genre work to just long-haul storytelling, however, as he recently starred in the horror film next exit, which released its first teaser trailer ahead of its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 10. You can watch the teaser below and stay tuned for the upcoming release details of the film.

The film is described as, “When a research scientist makes national news to prove he can track people down in later life, Rose sees a way out and Teddy sees an opportunity to finally make it. These two strangers, both harboring dark secrets, race to engage in the Doctor’s controversial study and leave this life behind. While Rose is haunted by a ghostly presence that she cannot move on, Teddy has to learn more about her past. As these two misfits fight their way across the country, they meet people along the way who force them to believe what is really driving them.”

Written and directed by Mel Elfman, the film also stars Katie Parker, Rose McIver, Tongai Chirisa, Tim Griffin, Diva Zappa, Nico Evers-Swindell and Karen Gillan.

The funny thing is that despite starring in a variety of horror projects over the years, the actor admitted that he is not a fan of the genre at all.

“I f—king hate horror,” shared Kohli men’s Health Last year. “I can’t stand horror! I wasn’t a horror fan. I burned my fingers as a kid. I was a very scared kid – afraid of everything, afraid of my own shadow.”

He continued, “When a horror is observed, it means ‘stay away from it’. That means it does what it’s supposed to do, so avoid looking at it! I avoided Hill House the whole time… and then I booked Bailey ManoroAnd so I did my research on Mike [Flanagan], which means to see. And it was terrible.”

next exit The premiere will take place on June 10 at the Tribeca Film Festival. Stay tuned for more details regarding the release of the film.

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Reference from comicbook.com

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