Sequel to “Smile”, new “Mean Girls” and Marley biopic: when does it premiere?
The sequel to “Smile” will be released in theaters on October 18, 2024. Parker Finn will be at the helm of the production once again. Due to the ongoing strikes, the staff has not yet been announced.
The ‘Mean Girls’ musical, initially planned as a VOD production, will hit screens on January 12, 2024, replacing the untitled Bob Marley biopic. The film, which stars Kingsley Ben-Adir as the legendary musician, will be postponed to February 14.
Watch the trailer for the movie “Smile”
The horror film “Smile” hit cinema screens a year ago. It grossed $217 million worldwide, ranking 20th at the global box office. Watch its trailer:
After Dr. Rose Cotter (Susie Bacon) witnesses a traumatic event in a patient, she begins to encounter terrifying phenomena that she cannot explain. When overwhelming terror begins to take over her life, Rose must confront her troubled past in order to survive and escape the terrible reality.
“Smile” on the Bloody Talk podcast
We also invite you to listen to the Bloody Talk podcast episode, in which Michal Walkiewicz talks about “Smile”:
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