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Esther is back in the new Orphan prequel movie Orphan: First Kill,  and it’s coming to selected theaters, Digital, and Paramount+ on August 19!

Isabelle Fuhrman is taking on again the role of Esther, and William Brent Bell (The Boy, Separation) stepped into the director’s chair for First Kill.

The trailer looks quite impressive also because of how they were able to de-age Fuhrman. Esther is a great character, and it’s great to see her back well over 10 years after the first movie!

In the movie:

“After orchestrating a brilliant escape from an Estonian psychiatric facility, Esther travels to America by impersonating the missing daughter of a wealthy family. Against all odds, Esther will have to confront against a mother who will protect her family from the murderous “child” at any cost.”

Rossif Sutherland and Julia Stiles star alongside Isabelle Fuhrman.

David Coggeshall (“Scream: The TV Series”) wrote the script.

Orphan: First Kill is rated “R” for bloody violence, language and brief sexual content.

Check out the poster and some other art down below

Orphan First Kill Poster

ORPHAN FIRST KILL

Julia Stiles as “Tricia” in Orphan: First Kill from Paramount Players, eOne, and Dark Castle Entertainment.

Isabelle Fuhrman as “Esther” in Orphan: First Kill from Paramount Players, eOne, and Dark Castle Entertainment.

Matthew Finlan as “Gunnar” and Julia Stiles as “Tricia” in Orphan: First Kill from Paramount Players, eOne, and Dark Castle Entertainment.

 

 

Rossif Sutherland as “Allen” and Julia Stiles as “Tricia” in Orphan: First Kill from Paramount Players, eOne, and Dark Castle Entertainment.

Born in the cold afternoon of December, Francesco's passion for the horror genre is born with him. Horror aficionado since young age Francesco's passion bring him to consume many horror movies and books. After many hours of movies watched, Francesco's idea to bring horror fans one step closer is finally reality.

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