We all like playing games that challenge our mental prowess, and you might have heard about or gone out to the mystery rooms where you are locked in a room, and you have to figure out your way out. Sounds interesting right?
Well, it’s all fun and games until you and your friends’ lives are on the line, and that pretty much is the premise of the 2019 thriller movie Escape Room. Judging by actively receptive responses it got last year, maybe people really want to feel the thrill of it. The movie Escape Room literally blew up as soon as it released, mainly due to its thrilling nature and the mass appeal. The movie was made really well too. These things really added up and made the movie really popular among viewers. And now, fans cannot wait for Escape Room part 2.
We can’t get you the real deal, but we surely do have news about the Escape Room sequel.
When Will It Hit The Theatres?
The last movie ended with an almost clear intention of a sequel, and the whooping $150 Million earning on a $9 million budget confirmed the bet. Just two months after the release, it was announced by Sony that Escape Room 2 is on the way, and a release date was set for April 17.
However, as of today, the release date has been pushed further thrice, and now it is back again to one of the previous dates, that is, December 30, 2020.
This delay is, however, not due to the Coronavirus but rather because the late summer weekend is crowded with several other releases like Disney’s The One and Only Ivan, Universal Studio’s Nobody, and New Line’s horror feature Malignant.
Escape Room 2: Cast
The director of the first one, Adam Robitel, has been assigned his role again. Logan Miller and Taylor Russell will also be returning to reprise their roles as Ben Miller and Zoey Davis, respectively.
Joining them alongside will feature Teen Wolf fame Holland Roden, Thomas Cocquerel, Indya Moore, Carlito Olivero, and Isabelle Fuhrman. We might see new faces this time on account of it being the sequel and all.
Escape Room 2: Trailer
No trailers have been released as of now, but hopefully, we will see one soon. This could be due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the fact that almost everyone is working from home which makes it sort of obvious that making trailers is one job that can’t be done from home.