‘Chucky’ panel at San Diego Comic-Con is CANCELED

Through the channel’s Twitter Syfy, the creator of ‘Chucky‘, Don Mancinirevealed that the attraction panel at San Diego Comic-Con it was canceled.

In his statement, the filmmaker claimed “abundance of caution” as the reason for the cancellation.

Fortunately, he confirmed that the trailer for the 2nd season of the Child’s Play series will still be released this Saturday.

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“Hello fans of ‘Chucky‘! I’m Don Mancini and I’m on the season 2 set in Toronto. We were looking forward to seeing you at San Diego Comic-Con, but unfortunately we won’t be able to. A lot of caution led us to this strategy, and we look forward to seeing each other next year.”

He continued:

Enjoy watching:

“Sorry we couldn’t make it, but the first teaser trailer for Season 2 is still scheduled for this Saturday.”

Don Mancini is here with a message for fans of ‘Chucky‘ regarding the #SDCC2022. Stay tuned for a special surprise on Saturday…”

Remembering that the next cycle will premiere on October 5th.

Check out the announcement, with the new poster:

The second season will feature the return of Brad Dourif like Chucky’s voice, Jennifer Tilly like the iconic and psychotic Tiffany, Zackary Arthur like Jake Wheeler, Bjorgvin Arnarson like Devon Evans, Alyvia Alyn Lind like Lexy Cross, Alex Vincent like Andy Barclay, Christine Elise like Kyle, Fiona Dourif like Nica, Barbara Alyn Woods like Mayor Michelle Cross and Devon Sawa like a new character.

Lachlan Watson (‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’) will play Glen/Glenda.

Sutton Stracke, Joe Pantoliano, Tony Nappo, Meg Tilly and Lara Jean Chorostecki will also be part of the new episodes.

Previously, Don Mancinicreator of the franchise, spoke about the possibility of sending Chucky into space, leading us to believe that he does not rule out the idea.

“I never felt like there was a limit to what I could do with Chucky. He’s a very versatile character and fits in many different tones and genres – whether it’s horror, comedy, or a mix of both. I believe the character is complex enough to go anywhere… even into space. Although I gave this idea as a joke, I believe it would make a fun movie.”

he completes, “When [as franquias de terror] send their villains into space, it’s usually an indication that they’ve gone too far. But who wouldn’t want to see Chucky in a little astronaut suit?”

It is worth remembering that the series has already been launched in Brazil, through the Star+.

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