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We nonetheless have a pair extra months to attend earlier than Common Photos’ February 4, 2022 theatrical launch of director Scott Derrickson’s new horror movie The Black Phone, however as we speak the parents over at Empire acquired their arms on a brand new picture from The Black Cellphone that provides us one other have a look at the movie’s intensely creepy, mask-wearing villain, The Grabber (performed by Ethan Hawke). This picture could be seen beneath, and in it The Grabber is sporting a part of the masks that was designed for the movie by legendary results artist Tom Savini and Jason Baker at Callosum Studios.

Derrickson informed Empire that The Grabber wears a number of variations of the masks all through the film, each exposing completely different parts of his face.

Based mostly on a brief story by Joe Hill (it’s in his assortment twentieth Century Ghosts, which you should buy HERE), The Black Cellphone is about within the Seventies and stars Mason Thames as 

Finney Shaw, a shy however intelligent 13-year-old boy, who’s kidnapped by a sadistic killer and trapped in a soundproof basement the place screaming is of little use. When a disconnected telephone on the wall begins to ring, Finney discovers that he can hear the voices of the killer’s earlier victims. And they’re lifeless set on ensuring that what occurred to them doesn’t occur to Finney.

Jeremy Davies performs Finney’s father, Madeleine McGraw is Finney’s sister, and James Ransone is in there as a personality named Max.

Derrickson wrote the screenplay adaptation along with his Sinister and Physician Unusual co-writer C. Robert Cargill. Derrickson and Cargill are additionally producing The Black Cellphone with Blumhouse’s Jason Blum. Hill serves as government producer.

Our personal Gaius Bolling had the prospect to observe The Black Cellphone 4 months early and gave the movie a 9/10 assessment. You may learn what he needed to say about it at THIS LINK.

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