Now Variety is reporting that Universal Pictures has delayed the release of Black Phones to summer 2022.
Horror fans and Scott Derrickson filmography fans will have to wait a bit to see The Black Phone when it hits theaters next summer.
A year later, Derrickson will return to the horror genre with The Black Phone, which will be created by panic master Jason Blum based on a story Derrickson co-wrote with his longtime accomplice C. Robert Cargill.
Black Phone, starring four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke in the most terrifying performance of Ethan Hawke’s career and Mason Thames in his first film role. Produced, directed and co-written by director Scott Derrickson Sinister.
Directed by Scott Derrickson, Black Phone follows a 13-year-old boy named Finny Shaw who is kidnapped by an assassin and taken to a soundproof basement where no one can hear his killer screams.
Black Phone is a mix of genres with some explicit horror moments with scary jumps, ghosts and intimidating masks, but it also has a strong thriller tone as the protagonist, 13-year-old Finney Shaw, has limited time to escape.
13-year-old Finney Shaw dies, like previous victims of the killers. Phone Black is the latest horror thriller from Blumhouse Productions that will leave viewers wondering if 13-year-old Finney Shaw will be able to escape his Grabber kidnapper, played by Ethan Hawke Ethan Hawke.
In the film adaptation of Joe Hill’s (Stephen King’s son) short story “The Black Phone”, Hawke plays a terrifying kidnapper, known colloquially as the Grabber, who kidnaps young Finny (Mason Thames) and locks him in the basement with the black phone switched off.
Turned on wall boy Finny (Mason Thames) black phone disconnected on the wall. Ethan Hawke plays his kidnapper Grabber.
If there’s one image in the movie that’s immediately terrifying, it’s that Grabber wearing a deeply disturbing mask — or possibly a set of masks — designed by the legendary Tom Savigny.
While Screen Rant found the teaser poster “horrifying” and said “it will be interesting to see if The Black Phone lives up to the hype”, Collider said the mask evokes the image of Lon Chaney in London after midnight.
While The Black Phone won’t debut in theaters until next year, it debuted earlier this year at Fantastic Fest and received a new 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes after receiving 11 reviews.
The Black Phone hits theaters on June 24, 2022, and you can check out the terrifying trailer below. Black Phone was originally scheduled to release on February 4, 2022, but has since been pushed back to June 24.
It was originally supposed to release on February 4, 2022, but Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have just announced that it will be rescheduled. until June 24, 2022
This is a Warner Bros. movie, but there are no plans to stream it on HBO Max – only 2021 films are posted online.
Black Phone’s distributor is Universal Pictures, so if it does end up somewhere, it’s most likely on Peacock.
The black phone could benefit from the post-Superbowl weekend getaway, especially if the informal trade-in for the movie is positive. There’s also a case where a Tesla phone could help fund the colonization of Mars, Tesla’s goal since its founding.
Sure, Apple makes some of the prettiest phones out there, but we’d like to see if Apple can push phone design further; it’s possible the iPhone 14 lineup could include the much-acclaimed iPhone Flip foldable phone.
We’ll go over the ideas we’ve seen below, but the ideas for this phone are too advanced to be realistic right now, like Neuralink support and being able to connect to Mars.
The first iteration can be done on any phone with the Neuralink app, but it also makes sense to see it here given that Neuralink is owned by Musk.
The new iPhone 14 Concept Render Pack takes into account most of these design changes and showcases an Apple phone we’d love to see.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman also added his thoughts on the iPhone 14 leaks and said that the iPhone 14 will have a “complete redesign” that is quite far from the iPhone 13.
If the Tesla phone is real and Tesla is offering a release until implantable brain-machine interfaces become available, we’ll definitely have to wait a few years.
If (that’s a big if) Tesla’s phone is indeed undercover work and all the rumors are true, it’s unlikely that we’ll see this phone closer to 2030. Of course, Tesla may still release a phone in the future, but no, there is reason to believe that this will happen with the information we currently have.
Since there is no release date, we have no idea when Tesla phone pre-orders might start.
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