Scott Cooper & Guillermo Del Toro's 'Antlers' Follows a Young Boy With a Monstrous Secret

Based on Nick Antosca’s short story, ‘The Quiet Boy.’

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A new trailer of the upcoming horror film Antlers has landed. Directed by Scott Cooper and produced by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro alongside David Goyer and Miles Dale, the flick is based on Nick Antosca’s short story, The Quiet Boy.

Set in a small town in Oregon, the newest preview highlights young Lucas Weaver (Jeremy T. Thomas) hunting small, live animals to feed the secret monster he’s keeping in his home. As the deadly beast breaks out of its lair, town sheriff Paul Meadows (Jesse Plemons who played Todd Alquist in Breaking Bad and El Camino) investigates sudden murders and comes across a pair of antlers. Meanwhile, Lucas’ teacher and Paul’s sister Julia Meadows (Keri Russell) begins to worry about her student’s odd behavior, leading her and her brother to discover the boy’s secret.

Watch the full trailer above. Antlers is scheduled to hit theaters in 2020.

In other news, take a look at the teaser for Netflix’s Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045.

 

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