Countdown Trailer: A New App Offers The Chance To Find Out When You Die


Countdown Trailer: A New App Offers The Chance To Find Out When You Die

Countdown trailer: A new app offers the chance to find out when you die

STX Entertainment has debuted the first trailer for the upcoming new horror project Countdown, which asks the question if you could learn of when exactly you were going to die through an app, would you download it? The trailer can be viewed in the player below!

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The film, written and directed by Justin Dec, centers on a young nurse who after downloading an app that predicts exactly when a person is going to die and discovers she is supposed to die in three days must figure out why her time is running out and who or what is the mysterious figure following her.

The cast is set to be led by Elizabeth Lail, the breakout star of the Lifetime-turned-Netflix psychological thriller series You, and in addition to Peter Facinelli (Supergirl), Talitha Bateman (Annabelle: Creationb), P.J. Byrne (The Wolf of Wall Street) and Anne Winters (13 Reasons Why) will also feature Jordan Calloway (Black Lightning), Tom Segura (Instant Family) and Tichina Arnold (The Last Black Man in San Francisco).

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Dec, who has previously written and directed short films and has worked as a set production assistant on hit films and shows including Burn NoticeMarley & Me and Parks and Recreation, will be reuniting with Sean Anders, who he worked as an assistant for on Daddy’s Home 2 and Instant Family. Anders will produce the film alongside John Morris (Sex Drive), John Rickard (Rampage) and Zack Schiller (Escape Plan), while Drew Simon and Catherine Hagedorn will oversee the production for STX Films.

“STX has worked closely with Justin and our outstanding team of producing partners to cast some of the most exciting young actors working today for Countdown,” Adam Fogelson, Chairman of STXfilms, said in a statement. “Countdown is a completely original premise and a fun and scary script, and I can’t wait to see what this amazing cast does with their roles.”

Countdown is set to hit theaters on October 25.