The studios released a Child's Play image offering the first proper look at the new Chucky in all his creepy glory. Are you excited to check out the film's second trailer tomorrow? The most in-depth information we've got is that Mark Hamill will voice the doll. This Chucky looks kinder, gentler, all the more likely to insinuate itself into your child's life as their friend to the end; and yet, there's that mischievous, nearly malevolent glint in those red eyes, perfectly matched by the glint coming off the blade of that enormous freaking butcher knife the doll's packing. Previous trailers have kept Chucky's appearance pretty vague before yesterday's big reveal. On the other hand, there's a distinct "Dreamworks Animation" look to Chucky's face that's not entirely awesome, and (as is always the case whenever a classic design gets a remake overhaul), that's gonna take some getting used to. Now, we have a good look at him, but we'll still have to wait a few days to see him in action.
The first trailer for the film showed the Chucky doll terrorizing both Plaza and Bateman's characters.
Matt Purslow is IGN UK's News and Entertainment Writer, and is already creeped out enough by dolls, thank you very much. Tyler Burton Smith wrote the flick, with producers on board including Seth Graham-Smith and David Katzenberg.
Directed by Lars Klevberg and starring Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry, the rebooted Child's Play opens in theaters on June 21.
Synopsis:A mother gives her son a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of it's more sinister nature.
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