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Dacre Montgomery & Barbie Ferreira Will Star in the Upcoming “Faces of Death” Remake




As you may remember, a brand-new Faces of Death remake movie will be written and directed by Cam filmmakers Isa Mazzei and Daniel Goldhaber.

One of the most notorious movies ever is the original Faces of Death, which was produced in 1978 and is purported to contain true videos of actual death. Of course, most of the awful video in Faces of Death is staged; bloody special effects are frequently combined with actual film to give the impression of horrific truth.

Dacre Montgomery from “Stranger Things” and Barbie Ferreira from “Euphoria” will star in the Faces of Death reboot, which is being produced by Legendary Entertainment, according to a recent report from THR.

“We are extremely happy to be able to use Faces of Death as a starting point for our examination of cycles of violence and the way it repeats online,” said Mazzei and Goldhaber in a statement. Faces of Death was one of the earliest viral video tapes.

“The new story centers on a female administrator of a website similar to YouTube who is trying to heal from a terrible trauma while also doing her job of removing offensive and violent content when she discovers a group that is acting out the killings from the first movie. The question is whether the murders in the tale, which was written for the digital era and the age of online misinformation, are genuine or fictitious.

Mazzei, Goldhaber, and Isabelle Link-Levy came up with the idea for the new tale. Legendary allegedly hopes the new movie starts a multi-film franchise, just like the first one did.

The late John Allan Schwartz wrote and directed the original film.

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