‘Superbad’ stars Matthew McConaughey and Jesse Eisenberg to play villainous duo of villains in ‘Darkest Hour’
Posted On July 21, 2021
Chagrin, Illinois-based cinemas will show the horror sequel, Darkest Hour, in the US on August 22.
The Darkest Hours remake will also be released in the UK on August 23, and will be available in Australia and the US later in the year.
Darkest Hours, which was directed by J.J. Abrams, stars McConaughys brother Jared as John McClane, a hardened veteran who becomes a surrogate father to a young girl during a war between two super-villains.
The film also stars Eisenberg as a character named Jack Thompson who becomes the super-sensationalistic and morally ambiguous leader of the super villain The Man in Black, played by the actor Michael Douglas.
“We’re thrilled to finally be bringing Darkest Hurdles to theaters in the United States,” said Chris Yee, President of Cinemas International, the company that owns Chagrins Cinemas.
While Darkest Warriors will also release in the USA, the studio will not announce the title of the film until the end of the year, but the studio has confirmed that Darkest Nights will be the first film in the franchise to be released overseas.
Darkest Hallows and Darkest Night will be released later this year.
Darkest Halls will be a horror anthology film about a woman haunted by a ghost.
Darkness in Chagrain is the first of four films to be screened in Chaggins cinemas.