Fans of the films Get Out and Us will have to wait until the Fall to see the newest film from the multitalented, Jordan Peele.

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The remake of the 1992 horror film, Candyman, has moved its June 12th release date because theaters are still closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic. It will now drop on Sept. 25, 2020.

Candyman is directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele. As the tale goes, saying his name five times in front of a mirror will cause him to appear and kill whoever summoned him. The upcoming movie from MGM and Bron, described as a “spiritual sequel” to Bernard Rose’s movie of the same title is based on a struggling artist who begins to lose his sanity after discovering the story of the Candyman, which he initially uses as an artistic muse.


Hopefully, the pandemic will be over by the Summertime (or sooner) and we’ll be able to enjoy the horror film. Check out the trailer below:

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