The Black Phone trailer teases a terrifying tale of child abductions with a supernatural twist

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Nearly a decade after starring within the horror-thriller Sinister, Ethan Hawke is reuniting with co-writer/director Scott Derrickson within the new trailer for The Black Phone.

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Hawke performs a terrifying character identified solely as The Grabber, who’s liable for a spate of child abductions in a tight-knit neighborhood. 

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Derrickson collaborated with his longtime writing accomplice C. Robert Cargill on the screenplay, which was tailored from Joe Hill’s (the son of Stephen King) quick story of the identical identify.

Ethan: Nearly a decade after starring in the horror-thriller Sinister, Ethan Hawke is reuniting with co-writer/director Scott Derrickson in the new trailer for The Black Phone
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Ethan: Nearly a decade after starring within the horror-thriller Sinister, Ethan Hawke is reuniting with co-writer/director Scott Derrickson within the new trailer for The Black Phone

Adaptation: Derrickson collaborated with his longtime writing partner C. Robert Cargill on the screenplay, which was adapted from Joe Hill's (the son of Stephen King) short story of the same name

Adaptation: Derrickson collaborated with his longtime writing accomplice C. Robert Cargill on the screenplay, which was tailored from Joe Hill’s (the son of Stephen King) quick story of the identical identify

The trailer begins with a class getting out of session, as younger Finney Blake (Mason Thames) walks residence from faculty with his sister Gwen (Madeline McGraw).

She tells him that she’s staying the night time at Susie’s as Finney spots a flyer for an additional lacking child.

Gwen says the papers name him, ‘The Grabber,’ as Finney says, ‘I want you would not name him that.’

Walking home: The trailer begins with a class getting out of session, as young Finney Blake (Mason Thames) walks home from school with his sister Gwen (Madeline McGraw)

Walking residence: The trailer begins with a class getting out of session, as younger Finney Blake (Mason Thames) walks residence from faculty with his sister Gwen (Madeline McGraw)

Flyer: She tells him that she's staying the night at Susie's as Finney spots a flyer for another missing kid

Flyer: She tells him that she’s staying the night time at Susie’s as Finney spots a flyer for an additional lacking child

She asks her brother if he actually believes the story that The Grabber can in some way hear children say The Grabber and that is how he picks his victims.

Finney is then seen strolling alone, when a black van with Abracadabra Entertainment & Supplies emblem painted on it, when Hawke’s mysterious character stumbles into body, dropping two luggage of groceries.

The man laughs about his damaged groceries and asks Finney handy him his hat, saying he’s, ‘a part-time magician.’

Believes: She asks her brother if he really believes the story that The Grabber can somehow hear kids say The Grabber and that's how he picks his victims

Believes: She asks her brother if he actually believes the story that The Grabber can in some way hear children say The Grabber and that is how he picks his victims

Stumbles: Finney is then seen walking alone, when a black van with Abracadabra Entertainment & Supplies logo painted on it, when Hawke's mysterious character stumbles into frame, dropping two bags of groceries

Stumbles: Finney is then seen strolling alone, when a black van with Abracadabra Entertainment & Supplies emblem painted on it, when Hawke’s mysterious character stumbles into body, dropping two luggage of groceries

Finney walks nearer to the van and asks, ‘are these black balloons in there,’ as The Grabber places on his hat and says, ‘Would you wish to see a magic trick?’

A pair of black balloons are seen caught in a tree, as we see a faculty meeting the place it is introduced that Finney is lacking. 

While Gwen goes out on her bike on the lookout for her brother, we see Finney in a darkish basement room with solely a mattress and an outdated black rotary telephone.

Balloons: A pair of black balloons are seen caught in a tree, as we see a school assembly where it's announced that Finney is missing

Balloons: A pair of black balloons are seen caught in a tree, as we see a faculty meeting the place it is introduced that Finney is lacking

Basement: While Gwen goes out on her bike looking for her brother, we see Finney in a dark basement room with only a mattress and an old black rotary phone

Basement: While Gwen goes out on her bike on the lookout for her brother, we see Finney in a darkish basement room with solely a mattress and an outdated black rotary telephone

He picks up the telephone and tries to get a ring tone as The Grabber tells him, ‘It does not work, as he is seen sporting a devil-ish masks.

Finney says he’ll scream and scratch his face, as The Grabber reveals off his elaborate face masks and says, ‘This face?’… but it surely was all simply a dream Gwen had… or was it?

She goes to inform her father (Jeremy Davies) that she had a dream as she tells cops about what she noticed, because it’s revealed they by no means launched particulars that Finney was taken by a man with black balloons.

Mask: He picks up the phone and tries to get a ring tone as The Grabber tells him, 'It doesn't work, as he's seen wearing a devil-ish mask

Mask: He picks up the telephone and tries to get a ring tone as The Grabber tells him, ‘It does not work, as he is seen sporting a devil-ish masks

Face: Finney says he'll scream and scratch his face, as The Grabber shows off his elaborate face mask and says, 'This face?'... but it was all just a dream Gwen had... or was it?

Face: Finney says he’ll scream and scratch his face, as The Grabber reveals off his elaborate face masks and says, ‘This face?’… but it surely was all simply a dream Gwen had… or was it?

Finney is laying on his mattress when instantly the black telephone begins to ring, and when he picks it up, a voice tells him to not grasp up.

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Finney asks who the particular person is, as we see the spirit of one of the kidnapped children whose faces adorn these flyers Finney was beforehand .

‘You know all our names. You’re getting out of right here,’ the voices inform him, as Finney begins to observe their directions. 

Phone: Finney is laying on his mattress when suddenly the black phone starts to ring, and when he picks it up, a voice tells him not to hang up

Phone: Finney is laying on his mattress when instantly the black telephone begins to ring, and when he picks it up, a voice tells him to not grasp up

Every voice he hears from The Black Phone is a earlier sufferer, one of whom tells Finney the mixture of the storm door lock.

One of the voices instructs Finney to make use of the telephone receiver as a weapon in opposition to The Grabber because the trailer winds down with one of the victims telling Finney that at this time is the day he stands up for himself.

The trailer ends with Finney strolling previous a sleeping Grabber and quietly coming into the mixture earlier than the Grabber opens his eyes.

The film, which additionally stars James Ransone, E. Roger Mitchell and Kellan Rhude, hits theaters nationwide on February 4. 

Grabber: One of the voices instructs Finney to use the phone receiver as a weapon against The Grabber as the trailer winds down with one of the victims telling Finney that today is the day he stands up for himself

Grabber: One of the voices instructs Finney to make use of the telephone receiver as a weapon in opposition to The Grabber because the trailer winds down with one of the victims telling Finney that at this time is the day he stands up for himself

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