Sony Pictures has released the first Escape Room: Tournament of Champions clips for their forthcoming survival horror thriller sequel, featuring the return of Taylor Russell and Logan Miller. The film is currently slated to make its debut in theaters on July 16, which pits it against another high-profile sequel in the form of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Space Jam: A New Legacy.
The videos, which you can check out in the player below (via Fandango), feature Russell and Miller’s characters as they realized that Minos has somehow devised a secret plan to gather all of its unknowing Escape Room winners. As the game starts, the scared and confused champions try to prepare themselves for what’s coming next, with the subway train beginning to get covered with electric charges.
“It’s happening again…”
Six survivors find themselves in another Minos trap in this exclusive clip from #EscapeRoom: Tournament of Champions. The ultimate test comes to theaters on July 16. Tickets are available now! pic.twitter.com/vEjTqPZlBa
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Escape Room: Tournament of Champions is the sequel to the box office hit psychological thriller that terrified audiences around the world. In this installment, six people unwittingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering what they have in common to survive…and discovering they’ve all played the game before.
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The sequel will be led by Taylor Russell (Bones & All), and Logan Miller (Love, Simon), who are set to reprise their roles from the 2019 film. It also stars Indya Moore (Pose), Holland Roden (Teen Wolf), Thomas Cocquerel (The 100), and Carlito Olivero (Bad Samaritan).
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Adam Robitel is once again directing Escape Room: Tournament of Champions from a screenplay written by Will Honley, Oren Uziel, Maria Melnik, and Daniel Tuch, based on a story by Honley, Christine Lavaf, and Fritz Bohm. It is executive produced by Robitel, Karina Rahardja, and Philip Waley, with Neal H. Moritz producing.