the Walking Dead Star Jeffrey Dean Morgan must once again face his fears in the horror film produced by Sam Raimi. The profane. The film, which opens on Good Friday next month, is co-produced by Raimi, Rob Tapert and Evan Spiliotopoulos, with Andra Ajemian and Romel Adam serving as executive producers. Spiliotopoulos wrote and directed the show. You can check out the official trailer for the film below.
Through the official logline, The profane follows Alice, a “hearing-impaired young woman who, after an alleged visit from the Virgin Mary, is inexplicably able to hear, speak, and heal the sick. As word spreads and people from near and far come to witness his miracles, journalist (Jeffrey dean morgan) Hoping to revive his career, he visits the small New England town to investigate. When terrifying events start to happen everywhere, he begins to question whether these phenomena are the work of the Virgin Mary or something much more sinister. “
Along with Morgan, The profane stars Katie Aselton (legion), William Sadler (Bill and Ted face the music), Cricket Brown (Dukeland), Diogo Morgado (MacGyver) and Cary Elwes (Mountain range, The princess Bride). The story is based on the book by James Herbert. Sanctuary.
the Walking Dead Fans will know Morgan best for his continuing role as Negan on the series, having made his debut on the show at the end of season 6. His real-life wife Hilarie Burton Morgan will play Negan’s wife, Lucille in the upcoming prequel episode, Negan, “which reveals the backstory behind the cowardly character. The episode will air a few days later. The profane premieres, with AMC’s “Here’s Negan” programming for Sunday, April 4.
Morgan is also known for playing John Winchester, the father of the Winchester brothers played by Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, in the long-running sci-fi series. Supernatural. His other roles include Denny Duquette in Grey’s Anatomy, the comedian in Watchmenand Jason Crouse in The good wife. The actor has also shot a role for the upcoming movie. The integrity of Joseph Chambers.
Filmmaker Evan Spiliotopoulos has also written the script for the upcoming G.I. Joe derivative film Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins. He has also worked on the scripts for Charlie’s Angels, Beauty and the Beast, The Hunter: Winter’s War, Y Hercules.
Sanctuary, the book that The profane is based on}, was first published in 1983. It explores themes of religious ecstasy, mass hysteria, demon possession, faith-healing, and Catholicism. Morgan’s character along with others from the film also appeared in the original story. The film adaptation has been in the works for years, with Screen Gems and Sam raimi they teamed up for the project in 2018. Although the originator, James Herbert, passed away in 2013, the writer was once praised by Stephen King. The legendary horror author once said of Herbert’s books that they were “best sellers because so many readers (including me) were too horrified to put them down.”
The profane It will be released in theaters on Good Friday, April 2, 2021. It is rated PG-13 for violent content, horror, and some strong language. The official trailer comes to us from Sony Pictures Entertainment.
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