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Night Swim: James Wan Takes Us for a Chilling Midnight Dip

While fall can be a welcome break from the blaring heat of summer, it brings other changes. The air gets a bit colder, the leaves start changing colors, and certain animals prepare to hibernate or migrate to warmer climates. Daylight savings is right around the corner, and the time to catch one last dip in the local neighborhood pool has most likely come and gone. And maybe that’s for the best.

This fall big screen and television producers James Wan and Jason Blum have teamed up for Night Swim, a new horror movie guaranteed to make audiences think twice about taking a dip.

Check out the official Night Swim Trailer below:

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James Wan and Jason Blum Join Forces Once Again 

Two powerhouse production companies are helming this film: James Wan, best known for his work on Saw and The Conjuring, heads Atomic Monster Productions, while Jason Blum, who’s behind Sinister and Get Out, leads Blumhouse Productions. The last time they teamed up was on the 2010 horror film Insidious, which had its fourth sequel come out earlier this year. In Night Swim, these two legends have cranked up for a next-level horror experience … and the scares are sure to continue. The news is that Atomic Monster and Blumhouse are in advanced talks for a merger, with Wan and Blum’s production companies looking to produce eight films a year together.

Big Names Headline Night Swim

Actor Wyatt Russell is best known for his work in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, while and Kerry Condon comes fresh off her Oscar nominated performance in The Banshees of Inisherin. The cast is rounded out with Amélie Hoeferle (The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes), Megalyn Echikunwoke (Night School Weathering), and Jodi Long (Cafe Americain, Sullivan and Son).

So whether you’re a fan of James Wanor Jason Blum’swork or just looking for a little fight this Halloween season, you’re in the right place with Night Swim.

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