Trap Release Date Shifts for M. Night Shyamalan Thriller

Trap Release Date Shifts for M. Night Shyamalan Thriller

Horror


Take your seats as the show is set to begin earlier than expected for M. Night Shyamalan’s Trap. Deadline reports that the anticipated thriller shifted release dates along with new mysterious projects from Warner Bros. on the way. 

M. Night Shyamalan’s new thriller for Warner Bros. – the sixteenth movie in his Oscar-nominated career thus far – is now headed to movie theaters nationwide on August 2, 2024.

That’s a one week bump from its original August 9 release date.

In the upcoming thriller starring Josh Hartnett, “A father and teen daughter attend a pop concert, where they realize they’re at the center of a dark and sinister event.”

As the official trailer for Trap reveals, the pop concert is actually an elaborate trap designed to catch The Butcher, a sadistic serial killer who has been evading authorities.

Saleka Shyamalan stars in the upcoming thriller as fictional pop star Lady Raven. Hartnett had recently described the mysterious film as “very bizarre” and “very dark.”

Trap is the first film Shyamalan has made under his new deal with Warner Bros., which has been described as a “multi-year first-look directing and producing agreement.”

Speaking of Warner Bros., the new Trap release date coincides with Warner Bros. announcement of a mysterious new project that has us intrigued. The studio unveiled release dates for multiple untitled projects that includes UNTITLED NL/ATOMIC MONSTER/BLUMHOUSE EVENT FILM, which will open on April 17, 2026, while an UNTITLED WB EVENT FILM will debut March 26, 2027. While the latter may not even fall under the genre umbrella, the former project most certainly is one to keep on your radar. 

No details have been disclosed on just what these projects are, but it’s clear that a New Line, Atomic Monster, and Blumhouse team-up means something huge is coming next spring. Luckily, filmmaker Lee Cronin confirmed on socials that it’s his newly announced feature set for April 17.

As always, stay tuned for additional details as they arrive.





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