Naomi Scott cast in Smile sequel

In a thrilling development for horror movie enthusiasts, actor Naomi Scott, acclaimed for her enchanting portrayal of Princess Jasmine in Aladdin, is set to star in the highly anticipated sequel to the horror film Smile. Produced by Temple Hill and attached to Paramount Pictures, the sequel, directed by Parker Finn, is scheduled to hit theaters on October 18, 2024, just in time to send shivers down the spines of audiences during the Halloween season.

The original Smile, which made its debut in 2022 as Parker Finn's inaugural directorial venture, was inspired by his short film Laura Hasn't Slept. The storyline followed therapist Rose Cotter, played by Naomi Scott, who grapples with supernatural occurrences after witnessing the tragic suicide of one of her patients. As fans eagerly await the sequel, details about the upcoming storyline are being held tightly under wraps, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the project.

Naomi Scott's involvement in the Smile sequel brings a new level of anticipation, given her previous success in both the Disney blockbuster Aladdin and her compelling performance in the first installment of Smile. With the October 2024 release date looming, horror aficionados can prepare for another spine-chilling cinematic experience that promises to delve even deeper into the eerie and mysterious realm crafted by Parker Finn. As the countdown to Halloween begins, the Smile sequel is poised to offer a cinematic thrill ride that will linger in the minds of audiences long after the credits roll. Stay tuned for further updates on this hauntingly exciting project.

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