Okay, not really, but at least this version’s safe for work and even manages to tease out a few more details about the film. It still looks like there’s very little chance we’ll get anything like the wicked streak of humor that Sam Raimi’s version had running through it, but on the plus side it also appears that the scares just won’t be letting up this time around. Well, that’s if the trailers are anything to go by, and if we are to rely on them, it looks like Jane Levy in particular is knocking it out of the park.
Alvarez’s film (which boasts Raimi and Bruce Campbell as producers, which has certainly helped to appease fans) is set to premiere in March at SXSW before rolling out into U.S. theaters as early as April 12th, and then gradually hitting most international territories between April and July. There appears to be a great degree of confidence emanating from the filmmakers and distributors, with the film’s poster predicting that this will be “the most terrifying film you will ever experience.” If that’s the case, then nobody’s going to be leaving disappointed.