AceShowbiz - Ever since Mark Hamill was announced to lend his voice as Chucky in "Child's Play" remake, fans have been dying to hear his voice as the character. Now, Orion Pictures has revealed how the actor sounds like as the killer doll through a new trailer which was released on Thursday, April 18.
In addition to revealing the actor's voice, the new trailer gives fans more details about the new take on the 1988 slasher film as the doll gets a modern upgrade. The two-minute trailer sees single mother Karen (Aubrey Plaza) wanting her son Andy (Gabriel Bateman) to fit in and make friends as they move to a new town. In order to help him, she buys a robotic doll, Chucky, to access and control a line of smart home devices.
The doll is described as "your new best friend," but Andy begins to notice that his doll is acting weird and warns his mother about it. However, she doesn't believe him.
Things go even more awry later on as Chucky goes on rampage and terrorizes Andy's family and people across the city. Viewers are offered scenes of the terrifying doll threatening to consume an unlucky man in a front yard and killing a woman by hitting her car to another vehicle hard. Chucky also causes wreak havoc in the city by making all the technologies attack residents.
"We have to stop him," Andy says towards the end of the trailer, before Chucky creepily says, "Good night, Andy." Mark's voice is eerily similar to the original Chucky voice actor Brad Dourif.
The "Child's Play" remake is directed by Lars Kleverberg from a script provided by Tyler Burton Smith. It is produced by Seth Graham-Smith and David Katzenberg, who were also behind 2017's mega hit horror movie "It". Also starring Brian Tyree Henry and Tim Matheson among others, "Child's Play" remake is set to be unleashed in U.S. theaters on June 21.