Candyman teaser shows Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd breathe new life into ...

Candyman teaser shows Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd breathe new life into ...
Candyman teaser shows Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd breathe new life into ...
Candyman teaser shows Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd breathe new life into a haunting urban legend in latest look at horror movie

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Universal Pictures and Black horror maven Jordan Peele continued to terrify audiences with a second trailer for Candyman on June 23, ahead of its August 27 release.  

The bone chilling movie stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd who tell the story of a Chicago based urban legend about a hook-armed killer who gave children candy with razor blades in them.  

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Mateen stars as Anthony — a man desperate to expose the truth  — who attempts to conjure Candyman's spirit by chanting his name five times in the mirror before things take a very dark turn. 

Candyman: Universal Pictures and Black horror maven Jordan Peele released a second trailer for the new movie Candyman starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd

Candyman: Universal Pictures and Black horror maven Jordan Peele released a second trailer for the new movie Candyman starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Tony Todd

The film's premise is a nod to a sleepover-based urban legend and the project is directed by Nira DaCosta (Little Woods). 

The second official trailer spans a little over two minutes and begins with Euphoria actor Colman Domingo's haunting voice as he tells the story of the killer set to animated visuals which look Tim Burton esque. 

'This is where it all began the story of Candyman,' says Domingo who plays a neighborhood old-timer. He details the story of a killer terrorizing the housing projects of the Cabrini Green neighborhood who has a hook for a hand. 

After revealing that police killed the alleged murderer on the spot years prior, Domingo continues to say that weeks later more incidents with razor blades in candy occured. 

Terrorized: The movie is based on a sleepover-based urban legend in which a hooked killer terrorized residents and kids alike by giving candy with razor blades to kids in the Cabrini Green neighborhood of Chicago

Terrorized: The movie is based on a sleepover-based urban legend in which a hooked killer terrorized residents and kids alike by giving candy with razor blades to kids in the Cabrini Green neighborhood of Chicago

Falsely accused: The trailer details that the purported killer was brutally murdered for his crimes just to have more incidents occurring after

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Falsely accused: The trailer details that the purported killer was brutally murdered for his crimes just to have more

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