The New Mutants balance its first trailer : when the X-Men try their hand at the horror movie


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While the mode of super-heroes spin Hollywood and the franchise, X-Men seems very tired, the Fox intends to renew its universe with The New Mutants.

It was nice to know that the film Josh Boone intended to be a true horror movie, it was not that he wanted to surprise us with a casting rejuvenated, but it was not expected necessarily to what its first trailer charm as much.

 

 

The director sets his film as a story of a haunted house, and this is indeed what we sell this trailer. We discover a young band of people holed up in what looks like a mixture of an orphanage and a psychiatric hospital. In this building, they will discover the forces of oppressive, but also their powers.

Rated R, the movie shows loud and clear in its ambitions and lunge quantities of winks rather enticing, ranging from a legendary Shocker for the nightmares unforgettable Freddy, as evidenced by these terrible figures, which deform the walls of the institution. All looks rather neat, which is not displeasing to us, and has a casting promising.

Here we find Anya Taylor-Joy, celebrated since The Witch, Maisie Williams of Game of Thrones and the all-too-rare, or under-employed Alice Braga. It remains for us to wait until April 2018 to whether this passage by the cinema thrillers will be able to regenerate the franchise X-Men.

 

Anya Taylor-Joy

 

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