Brahms: The Boy II – Royal Cinemas

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Brahms: The Boy IIAs with the first film, the doll Brahms will undergo many costume changes. Costume Designer Aieisha Li explains that when Jude first uncovers him in the dirt, he’s been buried in a special 1930s inspired burial suit, We wanted an idea that he was buried in it, so somebody found the doll and put him in a special burial outfit.” But it’s the details of how she styled the film’s child protagonist Jude that raises eyebrows, Jude starts off as a fun carefree kid, with graphic tee, and then as the home invasion happens, we changed his look to something a little less fun. As he meets Brahms, we move his costumes to be more Brahms like. And then toward the end, he becomes styled very much like Brahms.” Meaning that it sounds as though Jude will be very much under Brahms’ sway as the movie progresses.

Brahms: It’s the name of a classic composer. It’s the sound of a Hans Zimmer score in a Christopher Nolan movie. And it’s the name of the very creepy doll in the surprisingly fun horror hit The Boy After having its release delayed last year, Brahms: The Boy II is finally upon us, and the first trailer teases even more creepy doll shenanigans, this time with Katie Holmes. The actress stars as the mother of a young boy who has some vague mental issues, so she moves the family to a home in the country—which just so happens to be Brahms’ house, of course. There, the kiddo discovers the raggedy old Brahms doll buried in some dirt, digs him out, and develops a very special and totally normal relationship with it.

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Check out the official Brahms: The Boy II trailer starring Katie Holmes! Let us know what you think in the comments below. A young family, unaware of the terrifying history of the estate into which they move, where their young son soon makes an unsettling new friend, an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms.

Considering the history of Brahms — who had his childhood taken away from him when his parents forced him to live in the walls of the Heelshire Mansion — it’s easy to theorize that Jude could be getting used as a vehicle for Brahms to reclaim the childhood he lost. Or if the Heelshires are somehow still lurking about, it possible that they simply want the young boy to replace the son they hid behind the walls over 20 years ago. Either way, Brahms definitely has a new BFF, so good for him.

Watch the just-released trailer for Brahms: The Boy II above and see the movie’s new poster below. Holmes stars in STXfilms and Lakeshore Entertainment’s The Boy II alongside Ralph Ineson (The Witch), Owain Yeoman (The Belko Experiment) and Christopher Convery (Gotham”).

Rising star Christopher Convery (who you might remember as depicting a young Billy from Stranger Things in those season three flashbacks) is playing Jude, the son of the family who becomes Brahms’ new buddy. In an exclusive image shared by USA Today , Jude can be seen sitting on the couch next to the doll, both of them dressed in identical grey suits. It’s difficult to imagine Jude’s parents joyfully getting a local tailor to fashion a tiny suit for the kid so that he can match his new favorite doll, so instead, it could be possible that Brahms has left an old childhood suit out for Jude to wear.

Though it’s a new year, the era of Peak Creepy Doll is still upon us. Make room on the toy shelf, Annabelle and Chucky , because Brahms—of The Boy fame, also of not really just a doll” fame—is back with his very own sequel, finally making its way to theaters after several months of delays.

The lullaby humming no doubt comes from Brahms’ love of music, something established in The Boy. Touring through the set pieces of the cobweb-filled space between the walls of the Heelshire mansion, it’s littered with sheet music and little plastic soldiers. A reinforcement of the real Brahms’ personality and mental state. We also stepped foot into Brahms’ room, now scorched from fire and indicative of the passage of time between films.

In Brahms: The Boy II, a young family will be moving into the Heelshire Mansion with no knowledge of the dark history of the place (though, fyi, people should probably do a Google deep dive on creepy old mansions before they enthusiastically move themselves into them). As the plot synopsis outlines , the young son of the family will find and befriend the spooky porcelain doll. Considering that the first film showed the Heelshires harboring plans to turn Greta into a mate for the real Brahms (complete with making a porcelain doll based on her image), this spells some pretty terrible things for this particular young boy who will be unaware of the malevolent force he may be inviting into his life.

No one has ever seen a real ghost or monster, but we’ve all come across a dead-eyed, creepy doll at some point. We’re not talking about some child’s doll; we’re talking about a tangible, silent nightmare that stares directly into our soul. These are puppets and collectibles that sit on shelves in old houses and look like they might come alive and stab us at any moment. And some seem like they’ll possess our souls when we turn our back. They are downright freaky, which is why they are such a staple of horror movies Vampires and werewolves aren’t something we really worry about, but grandma’s old marionette will forever haunt us. A creepy doll isn’t the only thing that will scare us in the sequel to The Boy though. The first trailer for Brahms: The Boy II also adds a creepy kid to the franchise.

After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms. There are no featured reviews for Brahms: The Boy II because the movie has not released yet (Feb 21, 2020).

The scene being filmed seems to reinforce what Bell and Lucchesi have been saying; there will be surprises in store. Katie Holmes’ Liza descends down the steps of the Heelshire mansion with a shotgun raised. There’s a creepy lullaby being hummed somewhere in the darkness. She winds her way cautiously through the catacomb-like cellar and eventually finds her son Jude, standing in front of a coal-burning furnace holding Brahms. He’s dressed exactly like the doll.

Horror filmmaker William Brent Bell and screenwriter Stacey Menear are back for the sequel, which is great news for fans of the first film who would likely want for this sequel to retain all the same vibes they loved about The Boy. Though both remained tight-lipped about Brahms: The Boy II during production, it’s definitely interesting that Bell and Menear have spoken about how they ended the first film to purposefully set up the groundwork for a sequel.

But there’s also another universal fear that Holmes apparently discovered during the making of the film: dolls. They’ll get you every time. In an interview with Access Hollywood , Holmes stated that working on the movie was “very creepy” and especially so when she was “working one-on-one with the doll.” Stating that she “loved dolls growing up,” the actor revealed that the experience of having to act opposite such a malevolent little monster as doll-Brahms made her feel like the experience was “really ruining dolls” for her. Fingers crossed that Brahms: The Boy II also wonderfully ruins dolls for the rest of us, too.


William Brent Bell returns to direct BRAHMS: THE BOY II. The producers are Lakeshore’s Tom Rosenberg, Eric Reid, Gary Lucchesi, and Richard Wright in addition to Matt Berenson, Jim Wedaa and Roy Lee. William Brent Bell, who also directed The Boy, helms Brahms: The Boy II. It’s out February 21.

Back in 2016, STX film released The Boy into theaters, and despite what initially seemed to be a well-worn premise (“OooOooOoh, an evil doll!”), the film delivered some solid scares, enough to drum up over $60M on the back of a $10M production budget. This, of course, all but guaranteed a sequel to the film, but – given that the year is now 2020 – that ended up taking longer than expected.

While Bell hinted to Daily Dead that “the sequel will be a complex little story to deliver on what the first movie delivered” back in 2016, Menear told Cosmopolitan that he was already toying with an idea. The screenwriter revealed that because the first film “was based on a twist,” now “there’s a lot of other interesting stuff” that he feels more open to “focus on” since the audience already knows the twist going into the sequel. All in all, it gives the impression that both of them are more confident and eager to build upon the creepy world they introduced in the first movie. And it sounds like they have a lot of intriguing ideas about what Brahms will be up to next.

Want to be notified of all the latest movie trailers? Subscribe to the channel and click the bell icon to stay up to date. The Boy turned out to be a surprisingly satisfying little thriller when it was released back in 2016. Four years later, the creepy little doll at the center of the movie is coming back, and this time he’s made a new friend.

Brahms: The Boy 2 (2020) is the new horror movie starring Katie Holmes, Christopher Convery and Owain Yeoman. SYNOPSIS: After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms.

As for the premise, this sequel begins with a harrowing home invasion while Liza (Katie Holmes) is home alone in London with her son Jude (Christopher Convery). The event leaves them both traumatized; Liza suffers nightmares and Jude has become sullen and mute. Her husband whisks them away to the countryside to heal, and the cottage he’s chosen happens to be part of the Heelshire estate – unbeknownst to the family, of course. Because of this, a family stroll one afternoon leads Jude to the discovery of a porcelain doll buried in the dirt. It’s Brahms. The mystery of how he got there is only one of many; Jude’s new obsession with new companion doll Brahms breaks him out of his shell, but his behavior grows increasingly bizarre.


Those two must really love working with a creepy doll. Which likely makes them the only two people in the world who do. The rest of us will continue to run into the other room when we see one. Unless we’re watching them in a horror movie. Then we love them.

No matter! Today brings us the first trailer for Brahms: The Boy II, and we imagine that if you were into what the first The Boy was selling, you’ll probably be into this one, as well. A family moves into the Heelshire Mansion. Unaware of its sinister history, they experience fear. Soon the young son becomes friends with an eerily lifelike doll named Brahms.

Full disclosure: I’ve never seen The Boy, so maybe this is a sequel to a great film. However, judging solely by this trailer, it looks like a spin on Child’s Play but without the manic energy. Instead, it leans hard on Isn’t this doll creepy?” and yeah, it is, so I guess the lesson of the story is don’t bring home the creepy doll your kid found buried in the woods. Clearly, the success of the Annabelle franchise shows that there’s a market for the creepy woody doll with big human eyes” horror subgenre, but there doesn’t seem to be anything particularly original or exciting here. They crossed the doll, and bad things happen. Okay. Don’t cross the creepy doll you found in the woods.

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Naturally, Greta ignores the rules and only starts to take them seriously when the doll begins to take on a life of its own. Brahms seemingly moves on his own, and a child’s voice and sobs can be heard across the mansion. Skip to the end, and Greta discovers that, lo and behold, the real Brahms has been alive and well, and he’s now a grown man who’s been living in the walls of the house. A tussle ensues, and Greta eventually stabs him with a screwdriver and flees the estate. But as we discover later, Brahms has survived. And he’s busy repairing his shattered doll. Enter Brahms: The Boy II.

Brahms: It’s the name of a classic composer. It’s the sound of a Hans Zimmer score in a Christopher Nolan movie. And it’s the name of the very creepy doll in the surprisingly fun horror hit The Boy After having its release delayed last year, Brahms: The Boy II is finally upon us, and the first trailer teases even more creepy doll shenanigans, this time with Katie Holmes. The actress stars as the mother of a young boy who has some vague mental issues, so she moves the family to a home in the country—which just so happens to be Brahms’ house, of course. There, the kiddo discovers the raggedy old Brahms doll buried in some dirt, digs him out, and develops a very special and totally normal relationship with it.

Synopsis: After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms. William Brent Bell returned to direct, and Stacey Menear returned to script. Trailer Frenzy A special place to find the newest trailers for movies and TV shows you’re craving.


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Liza, her husband Sean ( Owain Yeoman ) and Jude move to one of secondary houses of the secluded Heelshire mansion. When they go to explore the mansion, Jude hears a mysterious voice calling out to him in the woods and uncovers Brahms the doll, buried in the ground. When he brings Brahms back to the house, Liza helps clean him up, but when Jude says the doll tells him things, she investigates its history and discovers a series of gruesome murders tied to the doll. It soon becomes apparent that there is more to Brahms than meets the eye.

Considering the history of Brahms — who had his childhood taken away from him when his parents forced him to live in the walls of the Heelshire Mansion — it’s easy to theorize that Jude could be getting used as a vehicle for Brahms to reclaim the childhood he lost. Or if the Heelshires are somehow still lurking about, it possible that they simply want the young boy to replace the son they hid behind the walls over 20 years ago. Either way, Brahms definitely has a new BFF, so good for him.

Watch the just-released trailer for Brahms: The Boy II above and see the movie’s new poster below. Holmes stars in STXfilms and Lakeshore Entertainment’s The Boy II alongside Ralph Ineson (The Witch), Owain Yeoman (The Belko Experiment) and Christopher Convery (Gotham”).

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