American Supernatural Horror film, The Black Phone is an adaptation of a short story of the same name written by Joe Hill in 2004. Directed by Scott Derrickson, the movie was released in 2021. The movie was received well by the audience, who have since then been expecting – The Black Phone 2.
Will There be a – The Black Phone 2?
Although the director of the movie was interested in making part two of the movie, there is no official confirmation about it. There were several discussions in the past about the possibility of a sequel, but nothing has been confirmed.
There have been many speculations that The Black Phone 2 is about to be released, but the truth is that no steps have been taken to bring together the cast and crew for a sequel. We do not see any possibility of The Black Phone 2 being released this year or near future until there are confirmations from the makers or the star cast of the film.
For now, dive into the darkness and explore the intriguing world of ‘The Black Phone’ movie.
The Cast of The Black Phone 2
The lead cast of the movie includes Ethan Hawke, who played the role of The Grabber, Mason Thames as Finney, Miguel Cazarez Mora as Robin, Madeleine McGraw as Gwen Shaw, Brady Hepner as Vance Hopper, Jeremy Davies as Mr. Shaw, Tristan Pravong as Bruce and James Ransone as Max.
What was the Plot of The Black Phone?
The movie plot is set in the year 1978 when the streets of Denver is stalked by a child kidnapper and murderer who is known as The Grabber. Finney and Gwen are siblings who live with their alcoholic and abusive father. The Grabber kidnaps several friends of Finney, and finally, he takes Finney too. He is locked in a basement where he is able to communicate with the spirits of those who are murdered by the Grabber through a disconnected back rotary phone. After a lot of struggle, Finney kills and escapes the Grabber with the help of the spirits.
The critics revealed that this was a straightforward movie with a clean plot. Considering its success, if at all there is a sequel, the audience expects the movie to be made equally good, if not better than its prequel.