Like many January horror releases, 2016’s Boy The horror didn’t immediately catch fire among fans, though as time went on, more viewers began to appreciate its absurd and disturbing story, including the excitement surrounding the creepy “Brahms” doll on social media. The second part Brahms: The Boy II Landing in theaters in 2020 and exploring a different corner of the film’s mythology, series director William Brent Bell teased that he hopes he can close the story with a third film. Meanwhile, fans can watch Bell’s latest movie, Orphan: First KillWhich hits theaters on August 19, in Digital HD and Paramount+.
When asked by ComicBook.com can we find another entry in this? Boy series, Bell confirmed, “I think so. I think when we made the first film, there was this assumption that if we continued the story, it would have been the story of Brahms, the man in the walls, a slasher killer.” Like. And then, as time went on and the makers saw how the doll had become in the zeitgeist [Jared] Kushner in particular, and so it was like, ‘Okay, we’ll look at that.’ But in a way, I feel like a movie, it’s either you have a great standalone movie or you really need a trilogy to complete a character. And so the second film in that series focused on Gudiya, and I think the third film will focus 100% on Brahm.”
He further added, “For me as a writer, as a filmmaker, as a director, I fall in love with these characters after 90-100 minutes and I like to get to know them. So my So, I want to do a lot more. Keep on discovering those stories as a fan.”
while the continuity of Boy As unexpected as it may seem, Bell is no stranger to surprising projects, as Orphan: First Kill Fatal sees the return of actor Isabel Fuhrman as Esther, an ambitious attempt as she is to appear as convincing as a young child.
The new film described, “Esther’s terrifying saga continues in this thrilling prequel to the original and shocking horror hit, orphan, After planning a grand escape from an Estonian psychiatric facility, Esther travels to America disguising herself as the missing daughter of a wealthy family. Yet, an unexpected twist takes place that pits him against a mother who will save her family from the murderous ‘baby’ at any cost.”
Stay tuned for possible future updates of Boy Chain. Orphan: First Kill Hits theaters August 19, Digital HD and Paramount+.
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