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‘Annabelle’ Director’s ‘Wish Upon’ Trailer Opens a Deadly Box

Be careful what you wish for.

Like a modern day version of Wishmaster, director John Leonetti’s (Annabelle) upcoming horror flick Wish Upon grants a young woman the power to make her wildest wishes come true. Naturally, this being a horror movie and all, playing around with such fates has deadly consequences. Come on. You’ve seen Wishmaster. You know how this kind of thing works.

Get your first look below courtesy of the official trailer.

Broad Green Pictures will release the thriller on June 30, 2017.

The Conjuring‘s Joey King stars alongside Sydney Park (“The Walking Dead”), Shannon Purser (“Stranger Things”), Ryan Phillippe (Shooter, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions) and Elisabeth Rohm (“Joy”, “American Hustle”).

King, who starred in The Conjuring, plays a 16-year-old misfit who finds a magic box that promises a chance at the life she’s always wanted — only to discover that each wish demands a deadly payment.

The film, directed by Leonetti from a script written by Barbara Marshall, is being produced by Sherryl Clark of Busted Shark Productions.

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10 Comments
  • Cody

    I had never heard of this until I saw the trailer in front of Rings. Looks like it could be decent.

  • Hmm…Wishmaster meets Final Destination. I can dig it.

  • J Jett

    this looks pretty decent! i adore Joey King and (of course) my beloved “Barb”/Shannon Purser, so i may have to go see this one in theaters.

  • Looks fun and I love Joey King so I’m in. Also, Barb!

  • Darren Kerr

    I’ll give it a go. I hope they get rather inventive with subverting wishes.

  • Anthony Gulino

    That is a scary thought , the damage a teenage girl can do with 7 wishes..
    Definitely a horror story..

  • Redsam6

    I hope he does a better job than he did with Annabelle, I couldn’t even finish watching that travesty!

  • Halloween_Vic

    This looks OK, just makes me miss the 90’s and early 00’s when we were getting Slasher films released theatrically.

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