Chadwick Boseman movie: ‘A Nightmare Before Christmas’ sequel coming to theatres November 4

A horror movie about a group of college students in the 1950s is in the works for Halloween 2018, and it’s not about Halloween anymore, according to the writer of the script.

The horror film, which stars Chaz Bono and Matthew McConaughey, is about two college students named Alana (Bono) and Joe (McConaughe), who become friends with the fictional ghostly duo of Mrs. Claus (Tara Strong) and Mrs. Snowspot (Molly Shannon), who have been kidnapped by an evil family named The Big House.

The movie, which opens nationwide in October, is being co-written by Dan Stevens and Josh Gad, with Chadwick Bono also starring.

“I’ve always been a huge fan of horror movies and this is the most well-crafted and most well written,” Stevens said in a statement to EW.

“It’s not a Halloween film, but it has a very dark tone and the actors are all great.”

The movie’s first trailer shows off a creepy house full of ghosts and goblins, which has the cast and crew in a Halloween costume.

“The film is set in the early 1950s, and is loosely based on the events of the book ‘A New Nightmare,'” the release says.

“The film will explore themes of the occult and dark magic.”

The film, slated for a 2019 release, will feature a Halloween theme song by The Chainsmokers.

Stevens has been a longtime fan of the Halloween franchise, which started in 1982 with the 1989 film “Friday the 13th: The Game,” and has starred in three of them.

He and his wife, director Lauren Beukes, also co-wrote the first two movies, and also wrote the screenplay for “The Nightmare Before Thanksgiving.”

“It’s a movie that’s based on real events,” Stevens told EW in an interview last year.

“And it’s very well written.”

Stevens also cofounded the Charming family, which he said was inspired by his father, a former member of the Army who served in Vietnam.

“This is the kind of film where I feel like I’m really involved,” he said.

“I don’t know if I’m making a movie.

I don’t even know what the movie is called, but I’m there in a very important way.”

Stevenson, who will be starring in the Halloween film along with his wife Beukes and director Michael Shannon, said he and his family are looking forward to the movie, but haven’t gotten in on the hype yet.

“We don’t want to get too excited,” he told EW.

How to watch the NFL: Mark Wahlberg’s best horror movies

It was a summer weekend in the ’80s, and Mark Wachowski and Steven Spielberg’s high-concept horror flick “The Thing” was a must-see on TV and at movie theaters across the country.

Wahlburgers and Spielbergs films had a reputation for being pretty scary.

And so it was with some trepidation that I sat down with Mark and Steven at the Los Angeles International Film Festival this year to talk about their latest horror movie, “Teen Beach Movie.”

Wahlberg said that his favorite horror movies are those that “aren’t afraid of the unknown” but that “the unknown” is “the best movie of the year.”

But for “Teen,” Wahlber’s most iconic horror movie (which won a Peabody award in 2008), it was the title that really grabbed my attention.

And Wahl is a master at writing and directing, so when he saw a young woman in a bikini and a bikini-clad man on a beach, he knew he was in trouble.

“I remember, I was looking at my phone and I was like, ‘Oh, it’s Mark W. I’m really into this movie,'” Wahl said.

“I’m not trying to be negative, but it was like a million times more terrifying than anything I’ve ever seen before.”

Walshberg explained that he wanted the title to be a little bit ambiguous because he didn’t want the audience to know what was happening, but also because he wanted to make it clear that he didn, in fact, know what’s happening.

And he didn