In a just-released teaser for Child's Play, Andy (Gabriel Bateman) says, "I think Chucky did something…"
But what did he do?
Cook a delicious flan?
Redecorate the spare room?
Murder a whole bunch of people in spectacularly grisly fashion?
Our money is on the latter, but maybe we'll know more on Thursday when the new trailer for the slasher remake arrives
Child's Play stars Aubrey Plaza as a mother who gives her son a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature. The film costars Atlanta actor Brian Tyree Henry, and Mark Hamill, who voices Chucky.
The new version of the classic is produced by Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg, who also oversaw 2017's It and that film's upcoming sequel. The MGM/Orion Pictures project is written by Tyler Burton Smith and directed by Norwegian filmmaker Lars Klevberg.
"Child's Play was, and is, one of my all-time horror movies and it was one of my introductions to horror," Klevberg told EW last year. "I got the script [for the remake] and it was really really good, and I knew it was from the producers from It, and I jumped in immediately."
Watch that teaser above and see the film's new poster below.