The upcoming supernatural horror film, The Turning is around the corner, and fans are incredibly excited to see what the team has in store for them. According to reports, the horror film will be fascinating, and it is expected to keep the audience at the edge of their seats throughout its length. Floria Sigismondi directs this upcoming movie, and the writers of the show include Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes, the same persons responsible for The Conjuring.
The Turning will be a modern counterpart of the 1898’s classic ghost story from Henry James, ‘The Turn of the Screw,’ and it seems to take it to a whole new level. The trailer has been released, and we have also gathered the updates on the update of the film, so here is everything you need to know about ‘The Turning.’
The Turning Trailer
The trailer of the film has managed to impress the audiences, especially the gothic nerds, and it’s quite a feat as re-creating gothic stories with that intriguing factor is quite a hard thing to achieve.
From the trailer, it seems that the team has gone a long way to creating that setting that is both subtle and bizarre at the same time and also achieves in keeping that gothic ingredient intact.
The Turning Plot
According to the latest updates, the film will be based on the novel. However, much of the details regarding the story is kept a mystery. According to the official statement, the story will take place in a mysterious estate located in the Maine countryside where a newly appointed nanny, Kate, has been given the responsibility to look after to disturbed orphans named Miles and Flora. However, things take a scary turn when Kate discovers that both the orphans and the house aren’t ordinary and are harboring some terrifying secrets.
The Turning Cast
The cast of the film includes Mackenzie Davis as Kate, Finn Wolfhard as Miles, Brooklynn Prince as Flora, Mark Huberman as Bert, Karen Egan as Nancy, Niall Greig Fulton as Peter Quint, Denna Thomsen as Miss Jessel and others.
The Turning update
The Turning will be coming to the theatres on 24th January 2020.
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