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On this week’s trailer round-up:
The first trailer has dropped for Evil Dead Rise, the newest chapter in the Evil Dead franchise. Releasing April 21st, this marks the first film in the franchise since 2013’s soft reboot Evil Dead ($54.2M domestic/$97.5M global). That film was the first entry without Bruce Campbell’s character Ash Williams, who only briefly appeared in a post-credits scene. In the new film, another group of young people uncover the Necronomicon, inadvertently unleashing the mother of all evil. Evil Dead Rise tells the twisted tale of two estranged sisters, played by Alyssa Sutherland and Lily Sullivan, whose reunion is cut short by the rise of flesh-possessing demons, thrusting them into a battle for survival.
Director M. Night Shyamalan is set to return to the big screen this year with his first film since 2021’s Old ($48.2M domestic/$90.1M global). Based on the book The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay, a young girl and her parents are taken hostage by four armed strangers who demand that the family make an unthinkable choice to avert the apocalypse (February 3rd).
After Everything, the fifth film in the steamy After series, based on the young adult novels by Anna Todd, is set to hit theaters sometime this year, with a release date yet to be determined. The franchise has made over $158M at the global box office, which began in 2019 with After ($12M domestic/$69M global).
Detective Knight: Independence is the third film in the surprise Bruce Willis trilogy, in which he stars as Detective James Knight ($272K global). Knight’s last-minute assignment on Independence Day turns into a race to stop an unbalanced ambulance EMT from ruining the festivities. The misguided vigilante has a bank vault full of reasons to put on his own fireworks show–one that will strike dangerously close to Knight’s home (January 20th).
In the comedy Maybe I Do, it’s time for Michelle (Emma Roberts) and Allen (Luke Bracey) to meet the parents. In a dinner that spirals out of control, the parents (Richard Gere & Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon & William H. Macy) realize each spouse is sleeping with the other. Trying to hide their affairs from the kids, antics turn the night into full blown comedic chaos (January 27th).
Evil Dead Rise (April 21st)
Knock at the Cabin (February 3rd)
After Everything (TBD 2023)
Detective Knight: Independence (In select theaters January 20th)
Maybe I Do (January 27th)
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