Wrong Turn Reboot Receives R-Rating as Possible Release Date Nears
According to Film Ratings (via Bloody Disgusting), director Mike P. Nelson’s upcoming Wrong Turn reboot film titled Wrong Turn: The Foundation has officially been given an R-Rating from the MPAA for “strong bloody violence, grisly images and pervasive language.” The ratings site also listed Saban Films as its distributor which might mean that Constantin Film will soon announce their team-up with Saban Films for a possible late 2020 release.
The Wrong Turn reboot will feature a cross-country hiking expedition that puts a group of friends in the land of an inclusive society called The Foundation, described as people who have lived in the mountains since before the Civil War. The friends soon discover they are under a different rule of law, and may not be the victims they thought they were.
The film is directed by Mike P. Nelson (The Domestics) from a script written by the original film’s writer Alan B. McElroy. It will be led by Spanish-British actress Charlotte Vega (The Lodgers), Matthew Modine (47 Meters Down), Damian Maffei (The Strangers: Prey at Night), Bill Sage (Hap and Leonard), Emma Dumont (The Gifted), Valerie Jane Parker (Greenleaf), Chaney Morrow (Haunt) and David Hutchinson (American Horror Story).
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