“Orphan 2”: the actress reveals that Esther will face her sworn enemy in the sequel



Despite the mixed reception upon its release, the psychological horror “Orphan” has become one of the audience’s favorite films of the genre, and now fans will be able to revisit this terrifying story created by Jaume Collet-Serra with the expected ‘Orphan 2.: The Origin’.

But the antagonist Esther (whose role will be taken over by Isabelle Fuhrman) will not find it easy to continue her reign of chaos. In an interview with MovieWeb, Julia Stiles, who plays Trisha Albright in the production, said her character will be a huge force for Esther to contend with.

“I think Esther, in this [filme], found your nemesis,” she said. “At the top of the family is the matriarch, my character Trisha… She’s desperate to heal the family and she’s stuck with this idea that they can do it, and it’ll be fine, but she looks at Esther and thinks, ‘He there’s something wrong, it’s wrong.’ What she does with that is really fun to watch, and seeing Esther have to deal with that… It’s something that I think the fans of the first will really appreciate.

Recall that the horror will be released in national theaters on September 15.

A hit with critics, the film earned a 77% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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“’Orphan 2: Inception’ rocks! It is clear that the talented directors did not want to imitate the previous film. The second is wittier, smarter, and just plain awesome, breathing new life into its spooky toddler formula. Take a sip before you see! cool fiction.

“‘Orphan 2’ is a smart, timely film that fits right into what the first film created over a decade ago.” collider.

“Long live Esther!” slashfilm.

“Delightfully over-the-top and a bit silly, this is a horror-comedy that’s hard not to love, even if it doesn’t live up to its predecessor.” star burst

“A film that understands its own absurdity, being far better than the first, and rightly so.” The envelope

“It works like an Esther prequel, but manages to feel so uniquely independent thanks to big one-off changes to the narrative.” IGN Movies

The prequel will be directed by William Brent Bell (“Evil Doll“), with a screenplay written by David Coggeshall.

In the first film, Esther is a 33-year-old woman named Leena Klammer, who suffers from hypopituitarism – a rare hormonal disorder that has stunted her physical growth and caused proportionate dwarfism. She spent most of her life pretending to be a little girl.

In the sequel, Lena Klammer orchestrates a brilliant escape from a Russian psychiatric unit and travels to the United States posing as the missing daughter of a wealthy family. But Lena’s new life as Esther comes with an unexpected problem and pits her against a mother who will protect her family at all costs.

Isabelle Fuhrman returns to play Esther.

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