Some wanted it, some didn’t but despite all the negative backlash the reimagining of the 1988 film Child’s Play is headed to theaters later this year. The very first trailer for the remake dropped earlier this week to tease the “Good Guys” doll and all his malevolent games within the film.
While previous entries in the Child’s Play franchise focused on a possessed doll voiced by the one-and-only Brad Darouf, the remake will take the tech-centric route with the AI-enhanced “Buddi” doll.
Starring Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West, Parks and Recreation) as Karen, Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta, Hotel Artemis) as Mike, and Gabriel Bateman (Lights Out, Annabelle) as Andy, the Child’s Play remake was directed by Lars Klevberg (Polaroid) from a screenplay by Tyler Burton Smith (Kung Fury).
Child’s Play hits theaters on June 21st. Stay tuned for more daily news inon .