THE WATCHERS Dares Audiences to “Try Not To Die” in New Featurette

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The Watchers

Prepare for an edge-of-your-seat thriller as The Watchers hits theaters on June 7, 2024. From the visionary mind of producer M. Night Shyamalan and the directorial debut of Ishana Night Shyamalan, this film promises to be a chilling addition to the suspense genre. Based on the novel by A.M. Shine, The Watchers is set to take audiences on a harrowing journey into the unknown.

A Terrifying Tale in the Irish Wilderness

The story centers on Mina, a 28-year-old artist played by Dakota Fanning, who finds herself stranded in an expansive, untouched forest in western Ireland. Seeking shelter, Mina discovers she is not alone. She becomes trapped with three strangers, all of whom are stalked by mysterious creatures each night. These beings, unseen by human eyes, observe everything, turning the forest into a nightmarish prison.

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The film features a stellar cast, including:

  • Dakota Fanning as Mina, known for her roles in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Ocean’s Eight.
  • Georgina Campbell, recognized for her performances in Barbarian and Suspicion.
  • Oliver Finnegan, who has appeared in Creeped Out and Outlander.
  • Olwen Fouéré, known for her roles in The Northman and The Tourist.

The production boasts an impressive crew, ensuring a high-quality cinematic experience:

  • Director of Photography: Eli Arenson (Lamb, Hospitality)
  • Production Designer: Ferdia Murphy (Lola, Finding You)
  • Editor: Job ter Burg (Benedetta, Elle)
  • Costume Designer: Frank Gallacher (Sebastian, Aftersun)
  • Music: Abel Korzeniowski (Till, The Nun)

Produced by M. Night Shyamalan, Ashwin Rajan, and Nimitt Mankad, with executive producers Jo Homewood and Stephen Dembitzer, The Watchers promises to deliver a suspenseful and visually captivating experience.

“Try Not to Die” Featurette: A Glimpse into the Horror

The Try Not to Die featurette offers a tantalizing glimpse into the terror that awaits audiences. This sneak peek highlights the film’s atmospheric tension and the relentless fear experienced by the characters as they navigate the dangers lurking in the forest.

So, prepare yourself for an unforgettable horror experience with The Watchers. With its intriguing plot, stellar cast, and masterful production team, this film is sure to become a new classic in the horror genre. Don’t miss it in theaters starting June 7, 2024.

About The Watchers

The Watchers

Release Date: June 7, 2024
Director & Writer: Ishana Night Shyamalan
Based on the novel by A.M. Shine
Executive Producers: Jo Homewood and Stephen Dembitzer
Producers: M. Night Shyamalan, Ashwin Rajan and Nimitt Mankad
Cast: Dakota Fanning, Georgina Campbell, Oliver Finnegan, and Olwen Fouéré.

From producer M. Night Shyamalan comes “The Watchers,” written for the screen and directed by Ishana Night Shyamalan and based on the novel by A.M. Shine. The film follows Mina, a 28-year-old artist, who gets stranded in an expansive, untouched forest in western Ireland. When Mina finds shelter, she unknowingly becomes trapped alongside three strangers who are watched and stalked by mysterious creatures each night.

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