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The Craft: Legacy Trailer Is Here to Remind Us Not to Mess With Witches

The new coven meets in The Craft.

The brand new coven meets in The Craft.
Picture: Blumhouse

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The film gods have bestowed us with a present this Halloween: Blumhouse’s continuation of the 1996 cult classic The Craft is coming to on-demand October 28. It’s known as The Craft: Legacy and, very similar to the unique, it follows 4 characters who uncover and develop witchy powers that spiral uncontrolled.

Written and directed by Zoe Lister-Jones, The Craft: Legacy takes place on the earth where the original film existed. How does it tie in? We don’t know. We do know this story, although: A brand new lady arrives at college, befriends some witches, and so they begin messing stuff up in enjoyable and scary methods. The witches are performed by Cailee Spaeny (Devs), Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, and Zoey Luna, with Michelle Monaghan and David Duchovny alongside for the trip. Right here’s the primary trailer.

We don’t know if The Craft: Legacy goes to be any good however the trailer positive does make it look entertaining. A number of supernatural powers, plenty of teen angst, plenty of cool new actors to find, a lot as we did in 1996. And the very fact it’s coming so quickly is a giant shock.

“I’m thrilled to have the ability to share The Craft: Legacy with audiences everywhere in the world this Halloween,” Lister-Jones mentioned in a press launch. “It’s been a real privilege to tackle such an iconic title. I can’t look forward to the world to fulfill the unimaginable younger girls who make up our new coven.”

The Craft: Legacy might be obtainable on paid on-demand beginning October 28 as a $20 rental or to purchase for $25 within the U.S. A world launch is within the works with information to comply with.

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Germain Lussier on io9, shared by Kaitlyn Jakola to Gizmodo