The holiday season is upon us, and the number of people buying Bruce Campbell this year might lead to a second Black Friday incident. Check out our exclusive clip of his new film “Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence!”
In the “Black Friday Trailer Has the Holidays Eating Bruce Campbell Alive”, Bruce Campbell is shown as a zombie eating Christmas. The trailer also includes a line from Bruce Campbell where he says, “You’re going to need a bigger chainsaw.”
With the release of the new trailer for zom-com Black Friday, Screen Media Films has brightened my day. We love a lot of zombie comedies around here, but we all know Bruce Campbell is the secret ingredient! Mr. Campbell, the toy shop manager, takes on the throng in quest of discounts and brains!
According to the official description, “A bunch of unhappy toy store workers gather at work on Thanksgiving night, unwillingly, to open the business at midnight for the biggest shopping day of the year. Meanwhile, a meteor carries an extraterrestrial infection to Earth. This ragtag collection of misfits, commanded by store manager Jonathan (Bruce Campbell) and lifelong employee Ken (Devon Sawa), are soon pitted against crowds of Christmas shoppers who have been transformed into horrific beasts hellbent on a deadly spree on Black Friday.”
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Devon Sawa (Chucky TV series, Death Rider in the House of Vampires), Ivana Baquero (Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shannara Chronicles), Manu Bennett (The Shannara Chronicles, Arrow), Ryan Lee (Song of Back and Neck, Brockmire), Michael Jai White (Black Dynamite, The Dark Knight) and Mark Steger (Black Dynamite, The Dark Knight) round out the cast (Stranger Things, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark).
Three Thanksgivings ago, I attended precisely one Black Friday event. The night after Thanksgiving, I give a Christmas party to decorate the tree and distribute leftovers from the day before’s supper. When we went to set up the tree, the built-in lights turned on and Griswolded us! I inquired as to if businesses were open on Thanksgiving night; I am unfamiliar with the Black Friday chaos. I was assured that everything was open among the billion eye rolls. NEVER, EVER AGAIN. It’s a competitive sport, after all! Bruce and his team aren’t afraid to tell it like it is!
It also seems that Bruce Campbell will be releasing a Christmas film, on Hallmark, no less! On November 13th, Hallmark Channel will air One December Night, which will allow us to decorate the halls. “Two music managers must put their pasts aside to supervise the broadcast reunion concert of their rock star dads with a damaged past,” according to the description. Eloise Mumford (Fifty Shades of Grey, Standing Up, Falling Down), Didi Conn (Grease, Grease 2, Welcome to the Wayne), Beth Fowler (Orange Is the New Black, Did You Hear About the Morgans?) and Brett Dalton (Orange Is the New Black, Did You Hear About the Morgans?) also feature in the film (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Superman: Man of Tomorrow).
With Bruce Campbell, it seems that we may expect an Ash Bubba-Ho-Tep merry joyful winter. While it seemed like we’d be getting a comedy from Jimmy Kimmel, Daril Fannin, and Shawn Vance, they’ve turned it into a TV movie called Adopted. The film follows a Green Beret who goes home to Texas after serving in the military. He and his family are dealing with the difficulties of adopting a 12-year-old Russian kid as a new sibling. On November 19, Black Friday will be released in cinemas and on demand.
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