‘Freaky’ official trailer released: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and much more!

Blumhouse productions just released the trailer of their new upcoming movie horror film called Freaky on September 10, 2020. So what’s the film about? Let’s find out.


The production house which has brought us horror movies like Get Out and Happy Death Day is now all set to launch its subpart comedy and subpart horror film starring Kathryn Newton(Big Little Lies, The Society) and none other than the prominent comic actor Vincent Vaughn(The Wedding Crashers, The Break Up).


The story revolves around a 17-year-old girl, Millie who is facing trouble in High School as she feels unpopular and ugly. But, when she gets switched with the body of a serial killer her unpopularity becomes the least of her worries. It is a classic teenage movie with an old switch-up comedy of movies like ‘Hot Chick’, ‘Freaky Friday’, and ‘The Change-up’.

Plot of Freaky

A psychotic serial killer is loose in the city. As he tries to finish his new target, a teenage girl called Millie, his mystical dagger causes them to exchange their bodies. Now Millie (in the body of the butcher) has to convince her friends to see the truth and has only twenty-four hours to switch back places.


Release Date of Freaky

The movie is slated to launch in theatres on Friday the 13th of November by Universal Pictures. If the coronavirus let us see it.

First, click the link below to watch Freaky trailer.

Cast of Freaky

  • Kathryn Newton as Millie Kessler
  • Vince Vaughn as The Butcher
  • Celeste O’Connoras Nyla
  • Misha Osherovich as Joshua
  • Uriah Shelton as Booker
  • Alan Ruck
  • Katie Finneran
  • Dana Drori

The director of the film is Christopher Landon. The screenplay is co-written by Landon and Michael Kennedy. Jason Blum who is responsible for movies like “Halloween” and “The Invisible Man” is the producer of the film. The movie is produced by Blumhouse Productions in association with Divide/Conquer. The executive producers are Couper Samuelson and Jeanette Volturno.


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