From the house of Lionsgate, who had given us many gems like House Of 1000 Corpses, High Tension, The Cabin In The Woods, Green Room, now coming up with the brand new horror film titled Antebellum. Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz are the directors and writers of the movie. Bush and Renz also produced the film alongside Raymond Mansfield, Zev Forman, Sean McKittrick, and Lezlie Wills.
Antebellum has already created a buzz among audiences, and now all are eagerly waiting for it. It will be completely different from other horror movies. So catch all the information here:
The shooting for the upcoming horror film Antebellum commenced in May 2019, and now it is completed and set to release in the theaters. Earlier, Lionsgate announced that the film would release in the theaters in April 2020, but they had to postpone the release of the horror flick due to coronavirus pandemic.
Lionsgate had already delayed the release of multiple upcoming films, including Sprial, which is the ninth installment of the Saw franchise so that audiences will see them in the theaters. Now Antebellum is slated to release in the theaters on August 21, 2020. Soon, many theaters will reopen from next month, so we are hoping that we will see the upcoming movies in it.
So the official trailer of the forthcoming horror flick Antebellum earlier released by Lionsgate. Here’s the trailer, have a look:
Here’s the star cast of the upcoming horror movie Antebellum:
- Janelle Monáe as Veronica Henley
- Eric Lange as Aldo
- Marque Richardson as Nick DeWall
- Jack Huston as Hugo
- Tongayi Chirisa as Archie
- Kiersey Clemons as Shoshanna
- Robert Aramayo
- Gabourey Sidibe as Bridget
- Jena Malone
- Lily Cowles
- London Boyce as Kennedi Henley
The plot details are not revealed much by the officials for maintaining the excitement among the fans. It is only confirmed that the story is centered on author Veronica Henley as she finds herself confined in a terrific reality and must find a way to escape it. On the basis of the trailer of the movie, we can assume that we will see stories that are set in two distinctive times. The first time is set in pre Civil War, and the other one in modern time.