In Case You Missed It: The Biggest Horror News From Feb. 21 - 28

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    Ryan Murphy took to Instagram to reveal the new cast for the tenth season of American Horror Story

    Macaulay Culkin joins the cast of seasoned AHS veterans, including Leslie Grossman, Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Sarah Paulson, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, Finn Wittrock, and Evan Peters.

    No date or details have been announced at this time. 


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  • The first official trailer about the "spiritual sequel" of the honey-loving slasher from Cabrini Green made its debut, daring audiences to say his name once more.

    This time around, an artist (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II from HBO's Watchmen) is drawn to the local legend of the bee-loving urban legend with a hook and a bloodlust. 

    Jordan Peele exec produces the horror pic from director Nia DaCosta (Little Woods).

    Candyman opens in theaters on June 12.

    Watch the trailer here. 

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  • Evil Dead and Spider-Man helmer Sam Raimi begins work on Shrine, the adaptation of James Herbert’s horror novel of the same name. 

    Filmingin Massachusetts, the movie stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead), Cary Elwes (Saw and The Princess Bride), William Sadler (Bill & Ted Face the Music), and Katie Aselton  (The Gift), who recently replaced Jordan Brewster.

    The story follows a journalist who rebuilds his career by reporting on a series of miracles in a small, New England town. However, the scribe soon discovers that the miracles have a much more insidious source. 

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    Annabelle director John R. Leonetti has signed on to helm Alcon Entertainment's Lullaby, starring Ona Chaplin.

    The horror movie centers on a new mother whose book of ancient lullabies actually summons the demon Lilith, who soon wrecks havoc on her life. 

    No release date has been set. 

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