Trailer Bulletin: Saw 2 (teaser)

by | July 18, 2005 | Comments

Fans of last year’s indie horror hit "Saw" will want to head on over to the sequel’s official site and check out the brief but tantalizing look at "Saw 2." First-time director Darren Lynn Bousman has taken over for James Wan (who is currently working on a thriller called "Silence"), although screenwriter Leigh Whannell is still on board.

Although the plot of "Saw 2" is being guarded pretty closely, we can tell you that actors like Tobin Bell ("Malice"), Dina Meyer ("Starship Troopers") and Shawnee Smtih ("The Blob") are back for a second trip, and they’ll be flanked by new arrivals like Donnie Wahlberg ("The Sixth Sense"), Glenn Plummer ("Showgirls"), and Emmanuelle Vaugier ("Secondhand Lions").

Rushed into production late last year, "Saw 2" will creep into theaters on October 28th.

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