SPIRAL, Chris Rock’s SAW Movie Gets a Teaser and Poster

Spiral Trailer for the Saw Movie Starring Chris Rock!

Spiral: Chris Rock's Saw Reboot Revealed In First Trailer

Do you remember our June report that a new Chris Rock movie "Saw" was in the works? A higher-quality production, with a genuinely intriguing cast (Chris Rock's headlining, Samuel L. Jackson's in there somehow, and Max Minghella's certainly no slouch) and what appears to be a plot with something on its mind beyond the goings-on found in the average Saw installment. Max Minghella will play William Schenk, Rock's partner on the police force, and Marisol Nichols will play Capt. Angie Garza, Rock's boss. The teaser trailer opens with Banks and his new partner, Detective William (The Handmaid's Tale's Max Minghella) driving around in their police vehicle before being called to the scene of a crime.

"Chris conceived this idea and it will be completely reverential to the legacy of the material while reinvigorating the brand with his wit, creative vision, and passion for this classic horror franchise", Joe Drake of Lionsgate said Spiral opens in theatres on May 15.

Spiral, from the book of Saw, is bringing all-new (and incredibly horrifying) games for its characters to play.

Lionsgate released the provocative trailer for Spiral: From the Book of Saw on Wednesday morning, January 5.

Before Zeke knows it, he finds himself in the middle of a chilling, sadistic torture game. It's a Saw movie. Check the Spiral trailer below! For the most part, the material is handled quite seriously. "Whoever did this has another motive. A lot of times, you can get comedy in things, if it's grounded, without it changing the movie, per se", Rock told Collider. Eddie Murphy was hired at the last minute, and they made kind of the same movie, but it was grounded with just a little here, here and here. It's a Saw movie. This is an encouraging signal, for the reason that Bousman additionally helmed Saws II, III, and IV.

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