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The seventh installment of the horror movie franchise knocks off 'Paranormal Activity 2' in its first week.
The male lead character actually refused to return to the 'Paranormal Activity 2' but he changed his mind after finding that the script is good.
After breaking R-rated midnight record on Friday, the 'Paranormal Activity' sequel sets new record for the largest three-day opening for a horror film.
The sequel to the 2009 horror movie takes in an estimated $6.3 million from its first midnight screenings, breaking the $4.6 million record made by 'Watchmen' in 2009.
Another sighting of the mysterious female figure is included in one of the snippets for the October 22 release.
Katie, with a little boy on her lap, says Micah is not up for hanging out that day and therefore he is not seen in the video.
The snippet features more dialogs from the characters, revealing how they are hunted by something wicked.
The snippets share mysterious footage taken from different places in the house, including the pool and the stairs.
The baby is the highlight of the three clips, with two of them taken from the nursery room and one from the living room.
Some cinema-goers have complained the teaser trailer which is attached to 'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' screenings is too frightening.
Still presented in the style of found footage like the previous movie, the upcoming horror will thrill the audience with the strange noise and freaking shadow.
Despite report that Goldsman will be soon announced as the helmer for the upcoming horror movie, it has been cleared up that his involvement in the project will be limited to executive producer.