Country: United States
Category: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release Date: 11 August, 2017
Director: David F. Sandberg
Starring: Miranda Otto, Javier Botet, Stephanie Sigman
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 124 minutes
Box Office: $?
“Wonder”, Director Stephen Chbosky will hit theaters next month in Drama movie ready cast by Julia Roberts, Mandy Patinkin, Owen Wilson to re-shoot at the box office as the first part that made more than 250 million dollars worldwide having cost just seven.
Today we know that Wonder, who will direct David F. Sandberg (Never Turn Off the Light), will have in the United States an "R" rating (under 18 accompanied).
The MPAA, the American regulatory agency, has confirmed this today due to the "horror and violence contained in the film." Sandberg himself commented on Twitter that "I did not know that we had official qualification, but it's no surprise, it was not possible that we would have obtained a rating other than R".
In Wonder several years after the tragic death of her daughter, a toymaker who creates dolls and her wife, they welcome a nurse and a group of girls at home to try to turn their house into a warm orphanage. However, the new tenants will become the target of Annabelle, a doll possessed by a demonic being.
Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson, Philippa Anne Coulthard, Grace Fulton, Lou Lou Safran, Samara Lee, Tayler Buck, Anthony LaPaglia and Miranda Otto are the stars of this new installment of the Warren film universe. Next another year another spin-off, THE NUN.
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Dread Central rapporteurship, between authors, who ce bref aperçu to genéré des réactions positives dans la salle et qu'il and avait beaucoup de tension lors de la courte projection d'une scènes. Aussi, le Austin Chronicle a eu comme impression that the film mettra likely to be accentuated south are atmosphère, avec beaucoup d'images of synthèse et plusieurs moments qui nous feront sauter de peur. It’s no secret that Annabelle, John R. Leonetti’s 2014 spinoff of The Conjuring, wasn’t exactly the best horror offering of the year. No one was really asking for a sequel, but a domestic haul of $84 million(!) said otherwise. It would be fair to say that expectations for the film were pretty low, at least until Lights Out director David F. Sandberg was announced as the director of Wonder. This isn’t the first time that a talented horror director has been tasked with directing the sequel of a poorly-received horror film, and it certainly won’t be the last.
In an effort to convince skeptical audiences that his film will be an improvement over its predecessor, Sandberg took part in the “Face Your Fears” filmmaker discussion at the SXSW Conference and Festivals in Austin, Texas. At the panel, Sandberg and It director Andrés Muschietti treated attendees to an exclusive sneak peak of their respective films. Was Bloody Disgusting there to view the footage? You bet we were! Here are our thoughts on the two scenes that Sandberg elected to show us.
We’ve Seen Footage from Stephen King’s It! The time period that Wonder takes place in was not mentioned, but like Ouija: Origin of Evil, it seems like this may be a prequel that chronicles the origin of the titular doll. The plot of the film centers around a dollmaker and his wife who, after the death of their little girl, welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker’s possessed creation, Annabelle.
Janice (Talitha Bateman), who must walk using a forearm crutch, is hears music coming from a record player in a room that belongs to the dollmaker’s daugher. Sitting on the dead girl’s bed is the Annabelle doll. She goes to turn off the record player when another girl (Ouija: Origin of Evil’s Lulu Wilson) walks in and surprises her. The girls argue for a bit because they’re not supposed to be in the room, and then they get into a skirmish. One of them picks up a toy gun and fires a ping pong-type ball at Annabelle’s head. After arguing for a bit more they notice that Annabelle’s head has suddenly turned to face them. This scares Wilson’s character and she leaves Janice alone in the room with the doll.
After looking around a bit longer, Janice finds a diary with about three or four pages filled out. She flips though the remaining blank pages until she comes across a page with the words “Today I came home” scrawled on it. At that moment the door shuts by itself, frightening Janice. Eventually, two puppets appear in a toy puppet theater and begin moving by themselves. Janice grabs one of the puppets only to see that there is no one actually operating the puppets.