• April 16, 2024
  • Ang Diyaryong Pinagkakatiwalaan

“Abigail” – A Ballet of Horror and Mayhem Hits Cinemas This April 17

Experience a thrilling blend of heist and horror in “Abigail”, starring Kathryn Newton and Alisha Weir, as a vampire ballerina takes the stage in a bloody spectacle.



In an audacious blend of genres, the upcoming film “Abigail” sets the stage for an unprecedented cinematic experience. Scheduled for release on April 17, this horror-heist thriller is directed by the visionary duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett of Radio Silence, known for their work on “Scream” (2022) and “Scream VI.” The film stars Kathryn Newton, renowned for her roles in “Lisa Frankenstein” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” alongside Alisha Weir of “Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical” fame.



“Abigail” unfolds with a high-octane heist, where six strangers embark on a perilous mission with a potential $50 million reward. Newton’s character, Sammy, a skilled hacker, is among those hired by a mysterious figure for a heist involving the kidnapping of a reclusive kingpin’s daughter, Abigail, played by Weir. The plot takes a sinister turn when the kidnapped girl reveals her true nature as a vampire, transforming the heist into a fight for survival.




Weir’s portrayal of Abigail transitions from an innocent victim to a formidable antagonist, offering a refreshing take on vampire lore. Her transformation into a blood-thirsty ballerina vampire showcases a physical and psychological metamorphosis, highlighting Weir’s versatility as an actress.



Supporting Newton and Weir is a stellar ensemble including Melissa Barrera, Dan Stevens, William Catlett, Kevin Durand, and Angus Cloud as the heist crew, with Giancarlo Esposito playing the criminal mastermind. Their performances, coupled with the film’s innovative narrative, promise a movie-going experience filled with suspense, action, and horror.



“Abigail” invites audiences to a macabre ballet of darkness, where every step could be your last. Mark your calendars for April 17 and prepare for a film that dances on the edge of horror and excitement. With its unique blend of genres, “Abigail” promises to be a cinematic event that will leave audiences thrilled, chilled, and utterly engrossed.



Don’t forget to follow Universal Pictures PH on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok for the latest updates on “Abigail.” Let the shadows embrace you as the curtain rises on this unforgettable journey into the night. #AbigailMoviePH


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