Blumhouse's The Hunt Trailer: Watch A Killer Cast Fight For Their Lives

Betty Gilpin holds a shotgun in a still from The Hunt

Betty Gilpin holds a shotgun in a still from The Hunt

Six months later, Universal announced Tuesday it's releasing The Hunt in theaters on March 13, dropping the news along with a new trailer that references the controversy and asks viewers to "decide for yourself".

That's the release date for "The Hunt", a horror movie that's been slammed by President Donald Trump.

Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, it's coming out on Friday 13 March.

The Hunt is due for release on over 3,000 screens in the United States on 13 March. But the studio suspended the marketing campaign in wake of mass shootings in Texas, Ohio and California and ultimately pulled the movie from its slate.

More than four months since Universal Pictures chose to cancel the scheduled release of Blumhouse's The Hunt past year, the studio has officially announced the new release date for director Craig Zobel's horror thriller film. They like to call themselves "Elite", but they are not Elite. "They create their own violence, and then try to blame others". "They are the true Racists, and are very bad for our Country!"

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"While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for The Hunt, after thoughtful consideration, the studio has made a decision to cancel our plans to release the film". "The most talked about movie of the year, is one nobody's seen yet", teases this new sneak peek.

He added: "None of us were interested in taking sides with this movie".

"My overwhelming thought - after my being surprised - was trying to figure out how we could get the president to see the movie", said Blum, the founder of Blumhouse Productions.

From Jason Blum, the producer of Get Out and The Purge series, and Damon Lindelof, creator of the HBO series Watchmen and co-creator of the TV series Lost, comes a timely and provocative new satirical thriller that has already ignited a national conversation.

Joining Emmy nominee Betty Gilpin (GLOW, The Grudge) and Oscar victor Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby, Reaping) in the film are Ike Barinholtz (The Oath), Emma Roberts (American Horror Story), Justin Hartley (This is Us), Glenn Howerton (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), and Oscar nominee Amy Madigan (Twice in a Lifetime).

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