‘The Grudge’ revives iconic terrifying shower scene for new poster

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The thrill behind the upcoming The Grudge revamp has been constructing with every passing day. Because the manufacturing continues to tease photographs and plotlines, the most recent poster will certainly please followers of the 2004 movie.

The Grudge rose to reputation with the discharge of a 2004 remake of the 2002 Japanese horror movie, Ju-On. Starring scream queen Sarah Michelle Gellar, the movie was stuffed with many scenes that may go down in horror historical past. Nonetheless, none had been as spinetingling as Gellar’s seemingly regular bathe turned horrifying second.

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If you wish to relive the goosebump-inducing scene, revisit it under.

Now, the reboot is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the U.S. movie with the discharge of a brand new poster impressed by the enduring scene. Test it out under.

15 years in the past at this time, #TheGrudge was born. On January three, a twisted new grudge takes maintain. Trailer Monday. pic.twitter.com/MUukOwh53C

— The Grudge (@GrudgeMovie) October 22, 2019

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Following its 2004 debut, The Grudge spawned two sequels, The Grudge 2 in 2006 and The Grudge three in 2009. Information of this upcoming movie first surfaced in 2017 with the manufacturing setting a summer season 2019 launch date.

Following a pushed launch date, The Grudge lastly gave a have a look at the brand new evil final month. Leisure Weekly shared two unique pictures, which you’ll take a look at under.

See the brand new face of horror in first have a look at The Grudge reboot https://t.co/tHlv7AbpLf

— Leisure Weekly (@EW) September 20, 2019

Whereas the 2004 movie befell in Japan, the reboot will happen in America. Nonetheless, it will likely be set concurrently the 2004 film.

The Grudge reboot is directed by Nicolas Pesce. The movie facilities round a cop named Mandy (Andrea Riseborough) in a city that has a mysterious case that she will be able to’t determine. It results in her a home that “has been grudged,” Pesce tells EW, and all hell breaks unfastened.

“We follow her, as well as two other storylines, that are all interacting with this grudged house in small-town America,” Pesce says. “Like the old films, it’s a tapestry of three different stories that interweave and all take place at slightly different times, centered around this one house that’s at the center of this case that this cop is working on.”

Apart from Riseborough, Demián Bichir, John Cho, Betty Gilpin, Lin Shaye, and Jacki Weaver additionally star within the movie.

Pesce additionally famous that it isn’t only a remake of the 2004 flick, however can have a brand new storyline.

“The fantastic thing about The Grudge franchise, each the American and Japanese iterations, is it’s an anthology collection. Each film is a special story of various characters having completely different interactions with this curse,” Pesce says. “In at this time’s age the place we’re remaking every thing, I believed it could be enjoyable to dive into The Grudge universe the place we don’t must remake something, however moderately a brand new chapter on this canon.”

Pesce later expanded on and additional clarified that the film will discover a brand new realm of characters and monsters.

“The Grudge is an anthology series,” Pesce tells Den Of Geek. “The movies are [about] different characters, different stories, different locations, different ghosts. Aside from the second and third American remakes, it’s all been very contained to Japan.”

Pesce additionally defined why they selected to set the upcoming movie within the U.S.

“The Grudge is like a virus; it’s super-contagious, so the fact that it would stay in the tiny city of Tokyo is unrealistic,” Pesce says. “It exists in Asia, Europe, Africa, in America, because it has spread. I know a lot of people think this is a remake of a remake, which is isn’t… this movie exists in the same world as the Japanese movie, we’re just adding a chapter.”

The Grudge will launch in theaters on January three.

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