“The Evil Marriage” New Upcoming Fantasy-Horror film Teaser Launched
Jessica Hathaway • July 22 2018
WBJ Media’s newest live-action fantasy film, “The Evil Marriage”, has just been released its first teaser on Monday morning and it's astonishing!
A great news for fantasy or horror film lovers, Upcoming live-action fantasy feature film ‘The Evil Marriage’ will also be released in Urdu along with English, Malay, Turkish and Arabic. Isn't that something? It’s always way more fun to watch movies in your native language.
The fascinating teaser literally immerses you into the magical world of fairy tale.
The teaser begins with a haunting music that interests you into watching it whole. The more you see, you will get a chance to see a beautiful castle in the sky. Just before the one-minute teaser ends, we have a glimpse of a scared and sobbing human girl and a very scary beast who is apparently the ‘King of Evils’ and the castle in the sky.
The story is just enthralling as the teaser, according to official press release the story goes like this.
“Once upon a time, in a far away, across the dark jungle, a castle in the sky, there lives a king of Evils with his evil guards.”
“The Evil Marriage”, film focuses on the character of “Nur” (a human girl) who was kidnapped by the Evil’s king guards and took her to unfamiliar world where she will have to marry the evil in order for others to live, but there is someone who will sneak into the dark jungle to reach the evil castle and sets out to rescue the beautiful girl.
(Who is "someone"?, we don't know that yet, but we hope to find out soon.)
Rescuing the Nur from the evil king proves the least of their problems when the deep, dark secret she has been keeping is revealed.
It’s a fantasy live-action movie and lot of scenes will be completed by 3d animation studio “messenger2050” but important portions of the movie will be shot in Turkey and Malaysia.
"Turkey and Malaysia seems to have become a favorite destination for foreign filmmakers", said Rana Abrar (director of the movie)
The film is written and directed by Rana Abrar and is scheduled to release in early 2019 in five languages worldwide. It is shot in Turkey and Malaysia.