Horror film Turbo Film will be released in 2017, producer says
The horror film Turbo will be the first monster hunter film in 2017.
It’s set to be released by Lionsgate, a major studio with a history of producing horror movies, on December 31.
It was written and directed by Matt Damon, who also co-wrote and directed the 2017 film The Conjuring 2.
Turbo, which will be made by Universal Pictures, is a sequel to the 2008 horror movie Monster Hunter, in which the titular monster hunter teams up with a paranormal investigator to fight off an army of giant, flying, green-skinned monsters.
Turbo stars James Franco, Katherine Waterston, Ryan Reynolds, and Dan Stevens.
Universal Pictures has yet to announce a release date.
Monster Hunter was the first of many horror movies to be made at Universal in 2017 including the sci-fi drama Inception, which starred Matthew McConaughey, and the horror thriller, The Witch.