Bright-burn (2019) Superhero Horror Movie | Review, Plot, Full Cast and Crew

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 The movie Bright-burn is an upcoming  American superhero horror movie produced by James Gunn and Kenneth Huang. Bright-burn has been directed by David Yarovesky and screenplay by Mark and Brian Gunn and stars Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Matt Jones, and Meredith Hagner.

Bright-burn (2019) Superhero Horror Movie Review, Plot, Full Cast and CrewBright-burn is been produced and financed by the screen Gems, Stage 6 Films, Troll Court Entertainment, and The H Collective. After releasing the movie falling out Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in December 2017, Gunn begins working on an untitled horror movie, attached as producer, with Brian and Mark Gunn writing the script, and Yarovesky directing it. The Principal photography took place in March 2018 and wrapped in May of that same year. The movie is scheduled for release in the United States on May 24, 2019.

 Story Line

what if the child should have come from another planet and was crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more disturbing? In this horrific take on the classic superhero trope, a couple (Elizabeth Banks and David Denman) adopts a baby who came from the stars. While they attempt to raise the boy (Jackson A. Dunn) to use his powers for good, evil begins to grow inside that he unleashes.

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There was a plan to promote the movie at the 2018 San Diego Comic-con but was later pulled at the last minute in the wake of James Gunn’s was later removed from Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Studios. On December 8, 2018, the first trailer from the Bright-burn was also released online. Reviewed the trailer as a superman horror movie.

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 Bright-burn movie Cast

Elizabeth Banks
David Denman
Jackson A. DunnBrandon Breyer
Matt Jones
Jennifer Holland
Meredith Hagner
Steve Agee
Gregory Alan WilliamsChief Deputy Deever
Becky Wahlstrom
Emmie HunterCaitlyn
Stephen Blackehart
Christian FinlaysonFauxhawk
Elizabeth BeckaPrincipal Susko
Terence Rosemore
Mike DunstonReporter
Gwen ParrishMiddle School Kid / Stand In
Annie Humphrey
Leah GoodkindMiddle School Student (uncredited)
Shaun McMillanHospital Nurse (uncredited)

Music by

Tim Williams

Cinematography by

Michael Dallatorre

Film Editing by

Andrew S. Eisen
Peter Gvozdas

Casting By

Rich Delia
Tara Feldsteincasting director: Atlanta
Chase Pariscasting director: Atlanta

Production Design by

Patrick M. Sullivan Jr.

Art Direction by

Christian Snell
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Set Decoration by

Kassandra DeAngelis

Costume Design by

Autumn Steed

Makeup Department

Brent Bakermold department and life-casting supervisor: fractured fx
Rob Hindersteinspecial makeup effects artist
Jack Lazzarokey makeup artist
Anna Majewskihair stylist
Lauren Nicoleassistant makeup artist
Anna Quinnhair department head
Justin Raleighspecial makeup effects designer
Becky Stonemakeup department head
Lauren WinegarAdditional makeup artist

Production Management

John Portnoypost-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Paul Holmanfirst assistant director: LA Unit
Gene Michael Smithco-1st assistant director / second assistant director
Jacques Terblanchefirst assistant director
Allie Tomanco-key 2nd assistant director / second assistant director
Pongkarnda ‘Kik’ Udomprasertsecond assistant director: Los Angeles unit