For those who have been enjoying actor Michael Cera's ('Superbad') role reprisal on returning Netflix comedy series 'Arrested Development' will struggle somewhat seeing him in this overly villainous role as Brink in writer/director Sebastian Silva's upcoming psychological thriller 'Magic, Magic'. A new trailer has been revealed from the thriller giving us some extremely creepy insight into the goings-on in this new horror project set in Chile. Cera stars along with Juno Temple ('Year One'), Emily Browning ('Sucker Punch') and Catalina Sandino Moreno ('The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'). Check out the new trailer below.
"While vacationing with a friend in the spectacular Chilean lake district, young American traveler Alicia (Temple) begins seeing disturbing images visible only to her. Her best friend Sarah (Browning) suddenly returns to Santiago, leaving Alicia in an unfamiliar country surrounded by strangers (Cera and Sandino Moreno). More and more she unravels, seeing darker visions and hearing chilling noises that send her running into the woods. In this disturbing landscape, she experiences crushing terror and knows that she must escape. A destabilizing, psychological thriller recalling the best works in the genre, this film entices viewers into a world they won’t be able to forget."