‘GOOSEBUMPS’ Sequel Finds Main Cast in Young Stars

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Sony Pictures has officially found its ensemble for its upcoming movie in the Goosebumps sequel. Madison Iseman, Ben O’Brien, Caleel Harris, and Jeremy Ray Taylor will star in the second film. Ari Sandel will be helming the project that will be based off of one of the many stories in the Goosebumps series.

The wildly successful book series, selling over 350 million copies worldwide, by author R.L. Stine was the reason behind the first film being created in 2015. Jack Black played the author himself, in a world where many of his creations begin to manifest themselves in reality. The film ended up grossing $150 million in the global box office.

For some of the cast, this isn’t their first rodeo in a major motion picture. Iseman was previously in last year’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle alongside stars such as The Rock and Jack Black. As for O’brien, this his will be his first lead role in a feature film, after having a minor role in Manchester by the Sea. Taylor had his entry into stardom after staring in the 2017 remake of IT. Harris has been in the spotlight quite a bit with his roles in Think Like a Man as well as its sequel. He is also no stranger to Stephen King roles, having a role in the upcoming psychological horror/thriller, Castle Rock.

We’ve now gotten a look at the cast, but that is all we know as of now. Plot details, as well as everything else, are being kept under wraps for the time being. What are your thoughts on the children filled cast? Let us know over at SuperBroMovies!

– JB Baker

Source – Variety


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