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‘The Boy’ TV Spot Suggests You to Follow “His” Rules

BLOODY DISGUSTING – William Brent Bell (Stay Alive, The Devil Inside and WER) is tapping into the fear of dolls with a new take in STX’s upcoming horror, The Boy, which stars “The Walking Dead’s” Lauren Cohan.

 

Below we have a brand new TV Spot that strongly suggests you follow “his” rules. For whatever reason I laugh every time Cohan laughs in these trailers. It’s super funny to me. I also love that one of the rules, not shown in this spot, is to feed him. I can’t stand Bell’s previous work, but I really, really want to like this one.

 

In The Boy , “Greta (Cohan) is a young American woman who takes a job as a nanny in a remote English village, only to discover that the family’s 8-year-old is a life-sized doll that the parents care for just like a real boy, as a way to cope with the death of their actual son 20 years prior. After violating a list of strict rules, a series of disturbing and inexplicable events bring Greta’s worst nightmare to life, leading her to believe that the doll is actually alive.”

 

The Boy comes to life on January 22, 2016.

 

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The Walking Dead: Lauren Cohan on the day the cast had ‘fire at our bums’

 

We’ve been asking a bunch of cast members of The Walking Dead about their favorite days ever on set of the show, and we’ve gotten some pretty great stories in return. But we saved the best for last. It comes courtesy of Lauren Cohan (who plays Maggie), and you may never watch the scene the same way again after hearing what was really happening while filming.

 

For her favorite day on set of The Walking Dead, Cohan went back to season 5 and the aftermath of the big bus crash. We’ll let her pick it up from there. “One of my favorite days was during the GREATM episode [titled “Self Help”] when the six of us were on the road and the bus went up in flames,” says Cohan. “And the flames were much bigger than we thought they were going to be; still safe, but much bigger than we thought they were going to be. And one side of the coverage was everyone when the flames were small, and then we turned the camera around and the flames were big and we had to match the mood of the scene. But meanwhile, we had this fire at our bums and we were just kind of trying to play it very cool until we could run away.”

 

But wait, it gets better. According to Cohan, the severity of the flames then caused some other mishaps involving costar Josh McDermitt (who plays Eugene) that caused her to break character — and you can actually see it in the final product. “I couldn’t keep it together, the fact that my whole backside was literally getting scorched,” says Cohan. “And Josh’s was as well. And the rain started coming down and melting the hair dye out of his hair and I just started laughing. And in the scene I’m actually going [makes laughing and grimacing face], but it’s that ridiculous laugh where you think you’re holding it in. And I’m nudging Josh because I don’t think it’s safe anymore, and I’m nudging him to leave. If you watch the episode you can actually see us just trying to hold it together, and it’s in the episode! But you would only know if you’re hearing this story, which you’re hearing right now.”

 

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Another Interview from NYCC 2015

‘The Boy’ Horror Trailer From STX & Lakeshore Nears 5 Million Views

The new (and well-edited from AV Squad) trailer for the horror film The Boy has surged to 4.87 million views on YouTube since it officially dropped only days ago and has a total of about 17.5M views all in across all social media formats. The film, which is set for release on January 22, 2016, stars The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan and Rupert Evans (The Man In The High Castle) and was directed by William Brent Bell. The creepy film was produced by Lakeshore Entertainment’s Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi along with Roy Lee, Matt Berenson and Jim Wedaa.

 

It was the fourth film to be put into production by STX but will be the third to release after The Secret In Their Eyes which stars Chiwetel Ejifor, Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman and bows in November.

 

The Boy is about an American woman who takes a job in a small England village as a nanny for an elderly couple’s 8-year-old son (which appears to be a porcelain life-sized doll). They leave a list of rules for her to follow while they vacation, but when she starts breaking those rules, the boy retaliates.

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The creepy first The Boy trailer featuring Lauren Cohan

STX Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment have revealed the creepy first trailer for The Boy, a frightening new thrill ride from director William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside), starring Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”). Check out The Boy trailer below!

 

In the film, Greta (Cohan), a young American woman looking to escape a troubled past, takes a job in a small England village as a nanny for a wealthy couple’s 8-year-old son while they take a long vacation. She arrives at the remote manor to discover that things are not quite right. The surprisingly elderly Mr. & Mrs. Heelshire have a list of strict rules for her to follow in caring for their son Brahms, and they mysteriously warn Greta that not following them precisely could result in something terrible. But, the most disturbing realization of all is that Brahms is not an actual 8-year-old boy….he’s a life-sized porcelain doll, whom the doting parents care for and deeply love, just like a real boy.

 

“If you love him,” Greta is sternly instructed, “He will love you back.”

 

Isolated and alone, Greta notices that every time she breaks a rule, something strange happens in the house, and the doll reappears in different places and positions than where she put him. Compelled to uncover the mystery behind Brahms, Greta enlists the help of the local grocery delivery man named Malcom (Rupert Evans), the only human being she sees for weeks, who shares horrifying details about the Heelshire family’s disturbing past, leading Greta to realize that she wasn’t just hired – she was chosen.

 

Written by Stacey Menear, The Boy is being produced by Tom Rosenberg & Gary Lucchesi, Roy Lee, Matt Berenson, and Jim Wedaa. STX Entertainment will distribute the movie nationwide on January 22, 2016.

 

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