The first trailer for the Chucky TV series is here. The Child’s Play spin-off show premieres on SyFy and USA Network on October 12.
The trailer is very short and doesn’t give too much way in terms of the plot. However, it does reveal how cursed doll Chucky ends up in the hands of a new family. He’s picked up at a yard sale–but not before he takes one of the knives being sold right next to him. The rest of the promo is a quickly cut montage of characters and scary moments and ends with Chucky’s distinctive evil laugh. Check it out below:
The cast of Chucky is a mix of new actors and names that will be familiar to the long-running series. New stars include Zackary Arthur (Transparent), Bjorgvin Arnarson (The Seventh Day), Teo Briones (Ratched), Lexa Doig (Stargate SG-1), and Devon Sawa (Final Destination).
Brad Dourif returns as the voice of Chucky, and he’ll be joined by Jennifer Tilly, who will play Tiffany, Chucky’s equally dangerous bride. Other returning cast members include Alex Vincent as Andy, the young boy from the first two Child’s Play movies, Christine Elise McCarthy as Andy’s foster sister Kyle from Child’s Play 2, and Fiona Dourif as Nina Pierce.
The Chucky showrunner is Don Mancini. With the exception of the unconnected 2019 Child’s Play remake, Mancini has written every movie in the series to date, and directed the last three. Mancini has also written every episode of the show, and will direct the first episode.
In an interview with SyFy Wire , Mancini explained that the new show will deal with the issues of growing up in the 21st century, as well as delivering some old-school scares. “It’s a return to the straightforward horror scariness of the first couple of movies involving a whole new group of kids,” he said. “One thing I think I can probably safely say is that it’s a look at what it means to be a kid today in the 21st century as distinct from what it was like to be a kid in the 1980s when we first showed up on the scene. I think the prospect of seeing Chucky sharpen his skills and add to his toolbox, some of the technical goodies that we have at our disposal now, that’s something I think people will find pretty interesting.”
- Extremist books preaching against adulterers and gay people sold TWO MILES from London terror attacker Khalid Masood’s home
- Christmas adverts 2017 from Tesco and Asda to Lidl and Toys R Us – and when the John Lewis ad will be released
- Christmas adverts 2017 from Tesco and Asda to Aldi and Toys R Us – and when the John Lewis ad will be released
- Heartwarming moment Manchester terror attack survivor Lily travels to Lapland to meet Santa
- Hamleys Christmas Toy parade ‘a shocking shambles’ as kids get crushed and parents fight for a better view of Peppa Pig
- American Horror Story: Cult faces fake news scandals and brutal slayings as Kai Anderson’s reign of terror continues
- Bring in the military to fight gangs, Sweden's PM told at debate
- 'Dragged by my hair on my wedding day': Mum's years of terror at hands of vicious abuser
- Best Christmas 2017 gifts for kids including the Luvabella doll, Nintendo SNES console and LEGO Boost
- Ten reasons why it's great to be a parent in Munich
- Best Christmas movies on Netflix UK including Home Alone, Love Actually and
- Best Netflix Christmas movies and TV shows including Love Actually and Jingle all the Way
- What Christmas movies are on Netflix? Best TV Shows and films to watch this festive season
- Christmas adverts 2017 from John Lewis and Asda to Tesco and M&S – and where to watch Sainsbury’s Kermit the Frog ad
- Christmas adverts 2017 from John Lewis and Tesco to M&S and Debenhams – and where to watch Sainsbury’s Kermit the Frog ad
- Christmas adverts 2017 from John Lewis and Tesco to M&S and Debenhams – and where to watch the Sainsbury’s ad
- Christmas adverts 2017 from John Lewis and Tesco to M&S and Debenhams – and where to watch the Sainsbury’s advert
- Christmas adverts 2017 from John Lewis and Sainsbury’s to Tesco and M&S – watch them all here
- Christmas adverts 2017 from John Lewis and Sainsbury’s to Tesco and M&S – watch them all right here
- Christmas adverts 2017 from Tesco and Asda to Aldi and Boots – and where to watch John Lewis’ new ad
First Chucky Trailer Brings Toy Terror To The Suburbs have 739 words, post on www.gamespot.com at July 16, 2021. This is cached page on Game Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.