The highly anticipated horror sequel Smile 2 releases this fall, with its first trailer just unveiled.

Horror enthusiasts can mark their calendars for a spine-chilling experience this fall as Smile 2 is set to hit theatres. Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for the sequel to the 2022 horror hit Smile, directed by Parker Finn. The new installment also promises to elevate the terror that captivated audiences in the original film.

Smile 2 Trailer and Release Date

The teaser for Smile 2 introduces Naomi Scott as Skye Riley, a global pop star who begins to experience disturbing and unexplainable events as she prepares for a world tour. In the trailer, Skye’s life spirals into horror as she repeatedly encounters eerie, smiling faces.

Her fear is palpable when she exclaims, “Something really crazy is happening to me,” and pleads, “Stop smiling at me!”. Fans of the genre can also look forward to more psychological thrills and scares when Smile 2 is released in theatres on October 18, 2024.

Smile 2 Cast

Joining Naomi Scott in the cast are returning actor Kyle Gallner, reprising his role as Joel, and new additions Lukas Gage, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Dylan Gelula. The original Smile followed psychiatrist Rose Cotter, played by Sosie Bacon, who becomes haunted after witnessing a patient’s gruesome death. The film’s success, earning $216 million worldwide on a $17 million budget, set the stage for this highly anticipated sequel.Smile 2 Trailer and Release Date

Lukas Gage, also known for his role in Euphoria, revealed the intense experience of filming Smile 2, noting the psychological impact of the film’s terrifying scenes. He praised Parker Finn for taking the horror elements to new heights, ensuring that Smile 2 will deliver even more chills than its predecessor.

Be sure to catch Smile 2 in theatres this October for a terrifying continuation of the story.

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