Cheat 5 has got a new release date today (July 21), with the new film coming out next year a little earlier than expected.
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The new film will hit theaters next summer, July 7 madam webWhich was initially scheduled for a summer release, but will now be shifted to October 6, 2023.
fifth installment in Cheat The franchise series sees actor Patrick Wilson making his directorial debut.
The Blumhouse-produced film, which was announced at the indie horror studio’s inaugural Blumfest in 2020, will be picked up with the Lambert family 10 years after the events. Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013).
Wilson, who played Josh Lambert in the first two films, will direct and star in the fifth film with Ty Simpkins (Josh’s son, Dalton). Dalton to start college in upcoming film [via Deadline],
“I’m honored and thrilled to be on top of the next Insidious installment, which will provide an amazing opportunity to tackle the Lamberts as well as the consequences of their choices a decade ago,” Wilson said. a statement.
“Directing the film is a full circle moment for me, both professionally and personally, and I am extremely grateful to be entrusted with the continuation of this horrific and haunting story. Onwards we go…”
Jason Blum, producing for Blumhouse, said: “One of the primary reasons for the interest and hunger of fans is Cheat This is because the people involved in the first film have been involved and kept it important, interesting and good. I am extremely grateful to my colleagues in the franchise.”
Sony Pictures will distribute the film, which is scripted by Scott Thames and based on a story by franchise co-creator Leigh Whannell. Franchise producers James Wan and Leigh Whannell are also producers.
Oren Pelli produced the film, while Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Steven Schneider served as executive producers.