“Knock at the Cabin”: M. Night Shyamalan’s new horror will NOT be filmed in the sequel

Yesterday, Joblo published an article stating that director M. Night Shyamalan will be making his new horror film, titled “Knock at the Cabin”, in a sequel. The technique was used recently in ‘1917’ and ‘Birdman’.

However, representatives for the director today announced that the story is incorrect and the item has been withdrawn. Terror will NOT be executed in a sequential plan.

“Dune” and “Army of the Dead: Las Vegas Invasion” star and fighter Dave Bautista will star in the film.

No information on his role has been revealed.

While project details were not revealed, a brief and cryptic teaser was accompanied by the good news – and he took the opportunity to confirm the feature film’s release date: February 3, 2023.

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Knock on the cabin. 2.3.23 https://t.co/llM7kv8w68

– Universal Pictures (@UniversalPics) October 14, 2021

In August 2021, Shyamalan had briefly commented on the project, but was silent on the narrative and other important details. In any case, the director revealed that he had completed the most recent draft, calling it “super concise”. Less than 100 pages ”.

In addition to “Tempo,” Shyamalan has also commissioned the acclaimed thriller “Fragmented” (2016) in recent years, which has fallen in favor of critics and audiences alike and has become one of his most beloved titles; the film served as a continuation of the classic ‘Corpo Fechado’, whose story ended with ‘Glass’ (2019).

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