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Trailer: ‘THE FIRST OMEN’ (2024)


A young American woman is sent to Rome to begin a life of service to the church, but encounters a darkness that causes her to question her faith and uncovers a terrifying conspiracy that hopes to bring about the birth of evil incarnate.

Nell Tiger Free as Margaret.
Sonia Braga as Silvia.
Bill Nighy Bill Nighy as Lawrance.

Check out the chilling trailer and poster for 20th Century Studios’ upcoming psychological horror film THE FIRST OMEN, directed by Arkasha Stevenson, who co-wrote the screenplay with Tim Smith and Keith Thomas. The film, which is a prequel to the classic horror OMEN film franchise directed by Richard Donner and released in 1976, opens exclusively in theaters nationwide on April 5, 2024.

The First Omen features Latina actresses Sonia Braga (Kiss of the Spider Woman) and Maria Caballero (The Girl in the Mirror) and stars Nell Tiger Free (Servant), Tawfeek Barhom (Mary Magdalene),  Ralph Ineson (The Northman), and Bill Nighy (Living).

The 60-second trailer is a short burst of visual adrenal anticipation that contains just one succinct soundbite: “You don’t have to be afraid. This child is his way.”

Peep the creepy trailer below —

Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán
Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán is the Founder-In-Chief of LATIN HORROR. Pagán is a writer, filmmaker and life-long horror fan. In 2008 he founded LATIN HORROR, an online niche market website specializing in Latin-influenced horror, its documentation, and promotion as a distinct genre. Pagán is at the forefront of the Latin "Dark Creative Expressionist" movement, a term he coined as a means of identifying the millions of lost souls who live outside the rim of mainstream society and whose lifestyle and work is grounded in horror, the macabre, and gothic arts. Currently, he is penning a book entitled 'MIEDO - The History of Latin Horror.' Trivia: He is noted for ending his written correspondence with the offbeat salutation 'There will be SANGRE!'

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