Today we have a new trailer for the upcoming sequel to "The Woman in Black," which is called "The Woman in Black: Angel of Death" and stars Jeremy Irvine (War Horse) and Phoebe Fox (Switch). Check it out below.
Plot: Seized by the government and converted into a military mental hospital during World War II, the sudden arrival of disturbed soldiers to Eel Marsh Harsh has awoken its darkest inhabitant. Eve, a beautiful young nurse, is sent to the house to care for the patients but soon realizes she must save them from more than their own demons. Despite Eve's efforts to stop her, one by one they fall victim to the Woman in Black.
"The Woman in Black: Angel of Death" is directed by Tom Harper and is set to hit theaters on January 2nd, 2015.
Minkοwskiwrites: on October 23rd, 2014 at 7:11:56 AM
Minkοwskiwrites: on October 23rd, 2014 at 7:23:47 AM
I'm sorry, but did the first f*cking film make enough to warrant a sequel? Were there enough positive reviews and interest to compel the f*cking study to create yet another film?
I don't know but my first guess would be a resounding no.
Deaft0newrites: on October 23rd, 2014 at 8:14:04 AM
During opening weekend, The Woman in Black earned $20 million, the biggest US opening for a Hammer film in all of Hammer history, putting it at second place in the box office, behind Chronicle, which earned about $1 million more. This is significantly more than the $11–$16.5 million industry analysts predicted it would bring in. As of June 2012, The Woman in Black has made $127,730,736 worldwide. The film also became the highest-grossing British horror film in 20 years.
Why don't you google first, you inept c*nt!
Deaft0newrites: on October 23rd, 2014 at 8:15:09 AM
Budget $15 million
Deaft0newrites: on October 23rd, 2014 at 8:15:59 AM
The film has a 66% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 174 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10, and a consensus that says: "Traditional to a fault, The Woman in Black forwent gore for chills—although it may not provide enough of them for viewers attuned to modern, high-stakes horror." The film has received a rating of 62/100 on Metacritic based on 39 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".