James Wan secret horror movie cast Annabelle Wallis George Young

Update: Variety reports that up-and-coming British actor George Young (Containment) has been cast as the male lead in Wan’s secret movie, which is now tentatively titled Silvercup. Our original article about the film’s initial casting announcement continues below.

James Wan’s secret horror movie has found its star in Annabelle Wallis. The Mummy star, who recently appeared in Showtime’s Roger Ailes miniseries The Loudest Voice, has been tapped to lead the James Wan horror movie cast, though details are still being kept under wraps.

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the troop movie

The Troop, Nick Cutter’s ultra-gory horror novel about a Boy Scout troop in a seriously icky situation, is heading to the big screen thanks to James Wan. Wan and his Atomic Monster production banner will produce The Troop film adaptation, with Channel Zero director E.L. Katz at the helm. The story concerns a group of boys on a camping trip in the Canadian wilderness and the gut-churning experience that follows.

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new james wan horror movie

At last, director James Wan is returning to the horror genre. While Wan has produced plenty of horror in recent years, he hasn’t helmed a scary movie since 2016’s The Conjuring 2. Since then, his focus has been on helming blockbusters like Furious 7 and Aquaman. Wan still has blockbusters in his future, like Aquaman 2. But before he directs that superhero sequel, he’s going to direct a new horror film – and that’s exciting.

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I know what you did last summer tv series

Remember I Know What You Did Last Summer? The teen slasher flick in which the Gorton’s Fisherman tried to murder Jennifer Love Hewitt? It’s back – in TV pilot form. Reports reveal an I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series is currently in the works at Amazon, and filmmaker James Wan will be producing the project.

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New Mortal Kombat Movie Release Date

A new crack at adapting the fighting video game Mortal Kombat for the big screen has been in the works for years. Now the project finally sounds like it’s becoming a reality. Not only did South Australia Premier Steven Marshall earlier this month that the film would shoot in Adelaide, Australia later this year, but Warner Bros. Pictures has given the new Mortal Kombat movie a spring 2021 release date. Read More »

The Magic Order

When famed comic book writer Mark Millar sold his Millarworld company to Netflix back in 2017, the plan was for him to develop new properties that could work as both comics and potential film or TV shows. The streaming service announced last year that several adaptations were coming soon, and now another adaptation is one step closer to reality.

James Wan (Aquaman, Saw) will direct the pilot episode of The Magic Order, based on an original comic that Millar wrote and Netflix published last year. This is exciting both because Wan rarely steps into the world of TV, and because the premise for this show is pretty damn great. Here’s what we know so far. Read More »

salem's lot movie

The Stephen King adaptation renaissance continues, as James Wan and Gary Dauberman plan a visit to Salem’s Lot. Based on King’s second novel, ‘Salem’s Lot follows a small Maine town that quickly becomes overrun by vampires. The book was adapted twice before into TV miniseries, but this will be the first big screen take on the book.

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annabelle comes home first look

If you’ve been craving more creepy dolls in your life, today’s your lucky day! James Wan, grandaddy of the spooktacular Conjuring Universe, shared a first-look at Annabelle Comes Home, the third entry in the Annabelle series. Once again, that damn scary doll will be front and center. And in a nice change of pace, Conjuring stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga – who usually don’t bother appearing in these spin-offs – will have parts in the film, although they won’t be the main characters. See the Annabelle Comes Home first look below.

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The Trench Release Date

We won’t get to see an Aquaman sequel until 2022, but we’ll be returning to the world of the film much sooner thanks to The Trench. The horror-movie spin-off will open before Aquaman 2, and it will also be set after the events of the first Aquaman. When news of the spin-off broke, some assumed it might be a prequel focusing on how the citizens of The Trench turned into the Lovecraftian monsters seen in the first film, but that’s officially not the case. Producer Peter Safran dropped this bit of Trench info this week, while also commenting on how The Conjuring Universe is inspiring the approach to future Aquaman films.

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The Curse of La Llorona trailer new

Get ready to jump out of your seat as the new The Curse of La Llorona trailer has arrived, overflowing with jump-scares. While this isn’t officially an entry in the Conjuring Universe, it sure as hell has that feel. That’s probably because Conjuring mastermind James Wan is listed as a producer. In The Curse of La Llorona, a ghostly women torments some unlucky folks in 1970s Los Angeles. Watch The Curse of La Llorona trailer below!

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