The horror is un-bear-able.
Imaginary–a horror work-in-progress from Blumhouse and Lionsgate–this week signed its lead and got a new release window, according to a report on Deadline.
The film–directed by Jeff Wadlow (The Curse of Bridge Hollow) from a screenplay he wrote with Greg Erb, Jason Oremland and Bryce McGuire–will star DeWanda Wise (best known to genre fans for her role in Jurassic World: Dominion) and is aiming for a March 8, 2024 theatrical release, bumped back from Feb. 2.
Imaginary–produced by Jason Blum and Wadlow–follows a woman named Jessica (Wise), who moves back into her childhood home with her family–including her stepdaughter Alice, who develops a strange attachment to a stuffed bear named Chauncey she finds in the basement.
As Alice starts playing with Chauncey, the games become increasingly sinister and the girl’s behavior becomes more concerning. And, when Jessica intervenes, she comes to realize Chauncey “is much more than the stuffed tor bear she believed it to be.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on Imaginary.