After the success of the Spring thriller The Haunting in Connecticut, there's a sequel in the works, this time taking place in Georgia. So it's, you know, The Haunting in Georgia. The Connecticut version had a surprising box office take: "Connecticut became one of the breakouts of a surprisingly muscular first quarter at the box office, earning $55 million domestically despite no stars and a modest budget." Here's more on the plot:
The original supernatural thriller centered on a family that moves to a new state and begins to experience spooky events at their home. The new pic is expected to follow a somewhat similar path but with a new family in a new state.
The Haunting in Connecticut is certainly a spooky movie (this image, in particular, makes me want to vomit), but I wonder what about the Georgia version will be all that different from the one set in Connecticut. I also hope they're not working their way through all 50 — two states down, 48 to haunt!
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