The trailer for 20th Century Studios’ and 21 Laps’ horror-thriller “The Boogeyman,” is here. A portion of the trailer just debuted on FOX’s live broadcast of the NFC championship game but is available now in its entirety. “The Boogeyman” opens June 2, 2023, exclusively in theaters nationwide.
“The Boogeyman,” a horror-thriller from the mind of best-selling author Stephen King, opens June 2, 2023, in theaters nationwide. High school student Sadie Harper and her younger sister Sawyer are reeling from the recent death of their mother and aren’t getting much support from their father, Will, a therapist who is dealing with his own pain. When a desperate patient unexpectedly shows up at their home seeking help, he leaves behind a terrifying supernatural entity that preys on families and feeds on the suffering of its victims. “The Boogeyman,” directed by Rob Savage (“Host”) with a screenplay by Scott Beck & Bryan Woods (“A Quiet Place”) and Mark Heyman (“Black Swan”) and a screen story by Scott Beck & Bryan Woods based upon the short story by Stephen King, stars Sophie Thatcher (“Yellowjackets”), Chris Messina (“Birds of Prey”), Vivien Lyra Blair (“Obi-Wan Kenobi”), Marin Ireland (“The Umbrella Academy”), Madison Hu (“Bizaardvark”), LisaGay Hamilton (“Vice”), and David Dastmalchian (“Dune”). The producers are Shawn Levy (“Stranger Things”), Dan Levine (“Arrival”), and Dan Cohen (“The Adam Project”), with John H. Starke (“Sicario”), Emily Morris (“Rosaline”), Scott Beck, Bryan Woods, Ryan Cunningham, Adam Kolbrenner (“The Tomorrow War”), and Robin Meisinger serving as executive producers.
About 20th Century Studios:
20th Century Studios is an Academy Award®-winning producer of feature films for both theatrical and streaming release. It is home to such iconic franchises as “Avatar,” “Alien,” “Planet of the Apes,” “Predator,” “Die Hard,” and “Kingsman” and creator of hit films including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “The Greatest Showman,” “The Martian,” and “Ford v Ferrari” and “Free Guy.” It also launched the successful “Deadpool” and “X-Men” film series, Oscar®-winner “West Side Story” and 2022’s “Prey.” Current releases include the multiple Oscar-nominated “Avatar” sequel “Avatar: The Way of Water.” Previously known as 20th Century Fox prior to becoming a part of The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Studios is recognized for its incredible 80-year legacy. It is the studio that brought the world the first six “Star Wars” films, in addition to standouts from across the decades, including “Miracle on 34th Street,” “All About Eve,” “The King and I,” “The Sound of Music,” “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “The Princess Bride,” “The Abyss,” “Edward Scissorhands,” “Home Alone,” “My Cousin Vinny,” “Speed,” “Cast Away,” “Moulin Rouge!,” “Minority Report,” “Gone Girl” and “The Revenant.”
About 21 Laps:
21 Laps Entertainment is a film and television production company founded in 2005 by director-producer Shawn Levy, producing content in multiple genres and collaborating with some of the most distinguished filmmakers in the industry. 21 Laps’ projects have consistently garnered massive worldwide success, including cultural phenomenon “Stranger Things,” the shows record-breaking fourth season was just named 2022’s most streamed series. On the film side, the company produced the critically-acclaimed, box office hit “Arrival,” which was nominated for eight Academy Awards®. Levy most recently directed “The Adam Project,” the fifth most popular film on Netflix, and one of the most-streamed movies of 2022, and “Free Guy,” the top grossing original IP/original concept film of 2021. Next, Levy will be directing “Deadpool 3” later this year. Also later this year, will see the theatrical release of “The Boogeyman” (based on Stephen King’s iconic short story) for 20th Century Studios in June 2023. 21 Laps will also be releasing “Crater” on Disney+, while shooting a reboot of “Alexander and the Terrible, No Good Very Bad Day,” for the streaming service. They’ll also be making the horror film “Mother Land” for Lionsgate. In television, the company is currently in post-production on the limited-series adaptation of the Pulitzer-winning, global bestseller “All the Light We Cannot See” for Netflix, which Levy directed. 2023 Netflix TV releases will include the second season of the hit series “Shadow and Bone,” while they begin production on the fifth and final season of “Stranger Things.” The third season of “Unsolved Mysteries” premiered in 2022.