Finn Wolfhard Gets Twisted in Turn of the Screw Reboot
Universal Pictures released his trailer for The Turning . The upcoming horror film is based on the turn of the screw of the 1898 Henry James News. The news of James is terrifying for horror fans for over 100 years now and the adaptation on the big screen gives the impression of perpetuating the tradition for years to come. Finn Wolfhard plays a completely different role from everything we've seen before.
The Turning takes us to a mysterious estate in the Maine countryside, where the new nurse Kate is responsible for taking care of two disturbed orphans, Flora and Miles (Finn Wolfhard). Quickly, she discovers that the children and the house conceal dark secrets and that things may not be as they appear. The thriller of the haunted house is made by the haunting artist Floria Sigismondi ( The story of the maid ) and the stars Mackenzie Davis ( of Terminator: Dark Fate ), Wolfhard ( ] of Stranger Things ), the newcomer Brooklynn Prince and Joely Richardson ( Red Sparrow ).
The trailer is full of phantasmagorical images and teases the mystery very well, without giving up the whole film. Obviously, one can easily go and read the story of Henry James to understand the essential of the story, but The Turning made essential changes to source material. Finn Wolfhard is an orphan deeply troubled in the adaptation. One can see him trample the head of a fish to pull him out of his misery at once, then play with a spider on another shot. There is even a scene where a giant spider seems to come out of the young actor's mouth. Brooklynn Prince is equally as scary, though more mysterious and unsettling.
The director Floria Sigismondi recently spoke about The Turning and some changes made from the source material. Changing books to fit the big screen is not new and Sigismondi knows it. But when a story is over 100 years old, it may be necessary to renovate. Sigismondi explains.
"This is a very dark story that has been going on for more than a hundred years, we have taken over this story, we have modernized it and placed it in the 1990s." She follows a nanny looking) a change of life and when she arrives home, she meets two orphans, Flora and Miles, who start acting a little strangely and she feels that they have a secret, that they hide something from her. realizes that there is something wrong with the house. "
The Turning was adapted for the big screen by the writers Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes ( The Conjuring ). The film is produced by Scott Bernstein ( Straight Outta Compton ) and Roy Lee ( IT ). Universal will publish The Turning on its territory on January 24, 2020 and will then open in certain international territories. You can check out the terrifying trailer of The Turning below, using the YouTube Universal Pictures channel.