“The Alley of lost souls”: the remake of Guillermo del Toro will be for MAJORS for “extreme violence”

The remake of “Nightmare Alley” (Nightmare Alley), a new feature film from Guillermo del Toro, has received a High Age Rating (R) and may only be viewed by adults.

The feature film was rated by the MPA for “extreme and bloody violence, sexual content, nudity and language”.

In the United States, the feature will hit theaters on December 3.

In addition to producing, Del Toro is also co-writing the screenplay alongside Kim Morgan.

A young circus gifted at manipulating people with a few well-chosen words ends up meddling with a far more dangerous psychiatrist than he imagined.

The cast includes Bradley Cooper, Toni Collette, Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe, David Strathairn, Rooney Mara and Holt McCallany.

Like the original, the new feature will also be based on the book written by William Lindsay Gresham.

The first adaptation was released in 1947 and directed by Edmund Goulding. The classic noir tells the story of an ambitious young man who begins to have a relationship with a psychiatrist even more corrupt than him. The two get along well destroying people’s lives, but soon begin to manipulate each other.

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