Last year, horror fans were treated to the surprising announcement of a prequel to the 2009 psychological thriller Orphan was in labor, with Isabelle Fuhrman about to return as the terrifying Esther. Fuhrman is now 24, leaving many wondering how she will play the role of the adult killer disguising herself as a child again.
Good, Orphan: first murder Director William Brent Bell has now given a glimpse of how they plan to resurrect Esther all these years later. Bloody disgusting was the first to announce this news.
“For me, it’s as if we know the secret of the first film, so the pleasure of bringing Isabelle Fuhrman Getting back into the role – which was quite a process to get approved – is a challenge in itself. And similarly, not doing modern CGI … I mean, we use digital, we use CGI to help us … but not to create it at all. These are all old school techniques: forced perspective, camera angles, where we put the light. “
William Brent Bell continues, revealing that the prequel will offer some understanding of Esther’s motivations, while still allowing her to have some fun. Of course, his idea of fun doesn’t bode well for the rest of the characters …
“He’s a character that I love so much [and] I really want to be respectful to the audience who love this first movie and explain who she is as a character. To be able to understand it better. But at the same time, have as much fun with her as in the first movie … and then some. And let it be Isabelle again … it’s so cool. “
Aside from Esther’s return, Brent Bell has also teased the tone of the upcoming prequel, and everything should sound very promising to fans of the first. Orphan.
“The movie has a very childish quality in some ways, but it’s also extremely violent in other times. Because she’s a violent psychopath. The movie turns out just great. [Esther] is that very romantic person who wants love so much and then when she doesn’t get it another side of her comes out. And it’s brutal. So the movie plays those two sides really well. So he has a really big heart for her, but he also has a real … very dark side. “
Released in 2009, the first Orphan was a moderate box office success, grossing $ 78 million worldwide against a budget of $ 20 million. The film was not particularly praised by critics and currently holds a 56% approval rating based on 154 reviews.However, Fuhrman’s central performance was praised, with many critics praising her terrifying presence and praising her. as a wicked icon for the modern age of horror.
Orphan: first murder will follow Esther de Fuhrman, who in the film lives as Leena Klammer, as she orchestrates a brilliant escape from an Estonian mental institution and travels to America posing as the missing daughter of a wealthy family. But Leena’s new life as Esther comes with an unexpected wrinkle and confronts her with a mother who will protect her family at all costs.Orphan: first murder does not yet have a release date. It comes to us from BD Boo Crew Podcast.
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