26 Jul – Horror movie "Lights Out" is doing very well at delivering the scares in cinemas, so much so that its lead actress Teresa Palmer is all set for a sequel.
"I hope so. I certainly haven't seen enough of this family and I would love to come back again and do a sequel and see what happens to Diana. Or is it Diana who comes back or is it some other entity? You never know, but we'll see. We'll see if everyone is on-board to do a sequel. I mean, I really hope that that would happen." Palmer told UPI in a recent interview with them.
The James Wan ("The Conjuring 1 & 2") produced horror directed by David F. Sandberg also stars Maria Bello, Alexander DiPersia, Gabriel Bateman and Billy Burke.
The story follows a young woman, Rebecca, played by Palmer who comes and stay with her mother and her half-brother after the death of her stepfather. As her mother starts becoming mentally unstable, weird things start happening in their home prompting Rebecca to believe there is a malevolent entity in their home.
Earning positives reviews, "Lights Out" has grossed USD21.7 million in North America and USD8.5 million overseas against its production budget of USD4.9 million.
"Lights Out" is now showing in cinemas.