‘Cult of Chucky’ Update: Jennifer Tilly Back, Grace Lynn Joins Cast; Movie Now Filming [PHOTO]
After four years, Chucky will be back to the big screen with "Cult of Chucky." The seventh installment of the Child's Play movie series will bring in another horror with the return of some of the original cast and new additions.
Jennifer Tilly is back in "Cult of Chucky" to reprise her role as Tiffany. The 58-year-old star shared a series of snaps on her Twitter account giving a glimpse of her return to her followers. In her photos, the Canadian-American actress revealed that her character is back in Winnipeg to film the movie along with behind-the-scene and on the set pictures.
"The Strain" star Grace Lynn Kung is also set to join Jennifer Tilly in "Cult of Chucky" as Claire. Other stars that will be returning in the film are Fiona Dourif from "Curse of Chucky" as Nica and Alex Vincent from the original "Child's Play and "Child's Play 2" as Andy Barclay. Of course, Brad Dourif returns as the voice of the possessed serial killer doll, Bloody Disgusting reported.
— Jennifer Tilly (@Jtillathekilla2) Pebrero 5, 2017
Meanwhile, as "Cult of Chucky" now starts its production in Winnipeg, Universal Home Entertainment now drops the film's promo art. Chucky will be seen once again holding its favorite knife threatening another set of killings are about to happen. With the looks of it, it is going to be set inside a hospital.
The Universal 1440 Entertainment General Manager and Executive Vice President Glenn Ross is happy to know that Chucky is back with "Cult of Chucky." He said in an interview (via Dread Central) that he can't believe that it has been already 30 years since the Good Guy doll graced the big screen and scared a lot of people.
"Since then the films have generated millions in worldwide box office revenue. Now Chucky's back with more scores to settle in his trademark twisted style," he said. "Cult of Chucky" will be revealed just in time for the Halloween through an unrated version on Blu-ray DVD and Digital HD in the fall of 2017.