UPDATE: Although originally scheduled for Monday, the trailer release was moved for unknown reasons and has apparently now leaked online before the studio had a chance to drop it. Our sources have told us that the studio will be officially releasing the trailer at around 9:30am PST today (2/5/2020)!
The Super Bowl isn’t the only place where new trailers will drop. According to FandomWire sources, the first trailer for the new Saw film will be unveiled on Monday. It shouldn’t come as any great surprise that this trailer won’t be unveiled at the Super Bowl as the “R” rated franchise is far from child friendly, and one can bet there will be millions of children watching the game.
When the announcement of Jigsaw happened, it came with the promissory that there would be more than just one more Saw. It would seem as though we’re about to get a taste of what’s in store for the franchise as this upcoming trailer will be our first official look at the film.
Very little is known about this film other than the rumors about it’s name and release date. There are rumors that the film will be titled The Organ Donor. That’s the name being thrown around Wikipedia so take that with a grain of salt.
As for the release date, there are a couple being thrown around for this new Saw film. Dates speculated are May 15th and October 23rd (which makes a lot more sense). Saw films have typically released around Halloween.
Filming locations for this Saw production are being done in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This will be the ninth installment in the horror franchise, and director Darren Bousman has stated that this one will feature the biggest trap, and arguably most horrific death in the franchise.
The yet to be officially titled Saw project will be produced by Twisted Pictures. It’s directed by Darren Bousman and stars Samuel L. Jackson, Marisol Nichols, Max Minghella, and Chris Rock. We will update you on more info as it becomes available.
What do you think of this news? Are you excited about a new Saw film or should they have stopped at seven? Let us know in the comments below.