New DON’T BREATHE 2 Poster Calls Back To The First Film
Don’t Breathe 2 is finally seeing a theatrical release on August 13th. And word through the grapevine is we’re in store for a killer sequel…
Just in time to whet our appetites further, Bloody Disgusting sourced one hella cool international poster for the upcoming movie. In this new poster, we get a good look at both of the leading characters.
The sales art depicts Stephen Lang (as The Blind Man) as hovers protectively behind the young girl (Madelyn Grace). The Blind Man’s super-objective has always been fatherhood, so the dude isn’t thrilled when kidnappers come for his daughter…
Personally, I’m glad to see the marketing materials harken back to the stark choices used on the first poster. It’s clean and simple and scary.
Check it out:
In Don’t Breathe, Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) was underestimated by everyone because of his blindness: he revealed an unflinching will to survive and get what he wants… but also a monstrous, evil side of his personality, as nothing – no person or conscience – will stand in his way. Now, in Don’t Breathe 2, eight years later, Nordstrom lives with 11-year-old Phoenix; he has recreated the family that was stolen from him by a drunk driver and has found the twisted justice he’s always felt was his due. When intruders once again come to his home, this time focused on Phoenix, Norman will reveal for a second time what’s hidden inside him… and again, it will be in new and unexpected ways.
Don’t Breathe choked up over $150 cool mill at the box office when it came out in 2016. Let’s see if we can get a full on franchise in the pipeline for everyone’s favorite blind daddy!
Don’t Breathe 2 is en route to us from Evil Dead and Don’t Breathe co-writer Rodo Sayagues and is scheduled for theatrical release on August 13, 2021!
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