Tbreak is reporting that Imagenation is disputing claims of bribery to bury Tobe Hooper’s latest genre offering, Djinn, a supernatural horror flick that stars Khalid Laith, Razane Jammal, Aiysha Hart, Carole Abboud, Paul Luebke, and May El Calamawy.
“These rumours are unfounded. ‘Djinn’ is in active post-production, and Image Nation looks forward to releasing the film in theatres later this year. As for offers, there have been no formal offers were made for ‘Djinn’,” says a statement from the company.
In addition, Movie Sushi landed a 4-minute long trailer for the flick that sounds like an Arabic spin on Poltergeist, “The story follows a young Emirati couple who return home from the U.S. to discover that their new apartment in a luxury high-rise built on the site of an abandoned fishing village is also home to the malevolent beings known as “djinn.””
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