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Elizabeth Reaser hopes for 'Ouija..' sequel

New Delhi
November 19, 2017

Elizabeth Reaser

 

Actress Elizabeth Reaser says she would like to see the story of horror film "Ouija: Origin of Evil" going forward.

"I hope so (the story goes forward). I don't want to give any spoilers. Anything is possible in the genre. It certainly sets for a sequel," Reaser told IANS.

"I would love to be in it, and would love to see that even as an audience member," she added.

"Ouija: Origin of Evil", helmed by Mike Flanagan, narrates the story of a widow and her two daughters who accidentally summon a demon by an Ouija board, and how their life gets affected by it.

The film was aired in India on Sony PIX on Friday. It also stars Lulu Wilson, Annalise Basso and Alexis G. Zall.

Talking about the film, she said: "The memories that I carry with from that is the experience with those kids. The fun that we had and the joy of working with those girls who play my daughters. They are really special to me both of them. In fact, I am working again with Lulu Wilson right now."

She added that it was a "massive gift for me to get to do the film

New Delhi
November 19, 2017

Elizabeth Reaser

 

Actress Elizabeth Reaser says she would like to see the story of horror film "Ouija: Origin of Evil" going forward.

"I hope so (the story goes forward). I don't want to give any spoilers. Anything is possible in the genre. It certainly sets for a sequel," Reaser told IANS.

"I would love to be in it, and would love to see that even as an audience member," she added.

"Ouija: Origin of Evil", helmed by Mike Flanagan, narrates the story of a widow and her two daughters who accidentally summon a demon by an Ouija board, and how their life gets affected by it.

The film was aired in India on Sony PIX on Friday. It also stars Lulu Wilson, Annalise Basso and Alexis G. Zall.

Talking about the film, she said: "The memories that I carry with from that is the experience with those kids. The fun that we had and the joy of working with those girls who play my daughters. They are really special to me both of them. In fact, I am working again with Lulu Wilson right now."

She added that it was a "massive gift for me to get to do the film

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