20th Century Studios has resisted the very first trailer for the upcoming supernatural horror movie THE EMPTY MAN. Dependent on the horror comic book series made by Cullen Bunn and Vanesa R. Del Reythe trailer strikes a Candyman-like urban legend which revolves about a boogeyman that has got a preference for adolescents.
Here is the official synopsis for Your Naked Person:
Following a bunch of teenagers from a tiny Midwestern town start to mysteriously vanish, the natives believe it’s the job of a urban legend called The Empty Person. As a retired cop explores and struggles to make sense of these tales, he finds a close group and their efforts to muster a dreadful, mysterious thing, as soon as his lifeand also the lives of those near himare in grave risk. Directed by David Ahead by a screen story and screenplay with David Ahead Depending on the picture book by Cullen Bunn,”The Naked Man” stars James Badge Dale, Marin Ireland, Stephen Root, Ron Canada, Robert Aramayo, Joel Courtney, along with Sasha Frolova.
It is odd, but in any time, I believe that the Empty Man could do fine in the box office throughout the calendar year’s spookiest of seasons. But we are still in the middle of a worldwide outbreak, and Disney is picking to ditch a movie they obtained in the Fox merger in only seven days’ time. What that says about Disney’s assurance in the movie I cannot say. Well, perhaps I could. The movement to launch The Empty Person in theatres since they’re now is a dreadful decision and might be seen as an insult to people involved with this job. I am pretty sure that Disney might have kept this one from the can for a second season, but now we are, together with the House of Mouse needing to place you to bed instead of give it the opportunity it deserves. I would say it is their loss, however it is actually a pity for everybody involved. Here is hoping the movie receives a reasonable shake when it is eventually released from the house marketplace.
THE EMPTY MAN is going to be released in theatres on Friday, October 23. Advance tickets are on sale.