Tyler Perry, Blumhouse to Partner for the Thriller Film ‘Help’

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The plot of the thriller has been kept under wraps, but the movie will begin filming at Tyler Perry Studios at Atlanta in 2022.   

Nothing screams horror like Tyler Perry and Jason Blum creating a one-a-kind thriller to scare fright-loving movie watchers during the Halloween season. 

“Help!” No, not me. Help is the name of the thriller created in the spooky partnership. 

Perry and Blum’s Blumhouse Production announced the thriller at the second annual BlumFest on Friday. 

American horror screenwriter Alan McElroy is on the books to write the script. McElroy is best known for his collaborations with Todd McFarlane on the Spawn franchise and for horror films such as Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Wrong Turn

The plot Help has been a secret thus far, but the mind could wander down Elm Street when the creative minds of “Madea” and the maker of the Insidious and Conjuring franchises come together. 

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The movie will begin filming at Tyler Perry Studios at Atlanta in 2022.  

Blumhouse is digging back into a bag of favorites when they release the Universal/Miramax sequel Halloween Kills. The Michael Myers film with hit theaters and on NBC’s Peacock streaming service on Oct. 15. 

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