Speak No Evil: Release Date, Cast, And More We Know About The Upcoming Horror Movie Remake


I have gone on record time and time again about how scarily satisfying many of the horror movies that came out in 2022 were, yet none of those great horror movies managed to haunt me in such a disturbing and profoundly upsetting way more than Speak No Evil – a Danish thriller that is getting updated for American audiences.

Being an international import, this recent freaky flick may have flown under the radar for some people – who may now be wondering about what exactly is this “evil” that is going unspoken. While it would be ill-advised to give away too many details regarding that question, I will happily provide answers about who is making the film, when it’s coming out, and more.

What Is The Speak No Evil Release Date?

Speak No Evil 2022 movie

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There are many intriguing horror flicks to look forward to on our upcoming 2024 movies schedule and Speak No Evil is among them. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie currently set to release in theaters on Friday, August 9, 2024.

James McAvoy And Mackenzie Davis Star In The Speak No Evil Cast

James McAvoy in Split

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The trade article above also confirms that James McAvoy will star in Speak No Evil, following his already impressive experience with the horror genre so far. The Scottish X-Men star previously played the titular role of Victor Frankenstein (a 2015 reimagining of Mary Shelley’s revolutionary novel), took on multiple roles living inside the mind of DID patient Kevin Wendell Crumb in the M. Night Shyamalan movies Split and Glass, and played an adult Bill Denbrough in the second half of Andy Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s It in 2019. 

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