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Watch Halle Berry Protecting Her Kids Again in NEVER LET GO Official Trailer

by Talia M.
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From the creative minds behind Stranger Things and Arrival comes a chilling new addition to the psychological thriller genre, “NEVER LET GO.” Directed by visionary filmmaker Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, Crawl) and produced by 21 Laps, the film promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Starring Academy Award® winner Halle Berry (Monster’s Ball) alongside Percy Daggs IV and Anthony B. Jenkins, “NEVER LET GO” tells the gripping story of a mother and her twin sons facing an unimaginable evil that threatens their very existence. As the world beyond their doorstep succumbs to darkness, their only refuge becomes their house and the unbreakable bond of family.

In a desperate bid for survival, the trio resorts to extreme measures, including tethering themselves together with ropes to maintain their connection. But when doubt creeps in and one of the boys questions the reality of the evil surrounding them, the fragile ties that bind them begin to unravel, setting the stage for a terrifying fight for survival.

Executive produced by Halle Berry herself, along with a team of industry veterans including Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, and Alexandre Aja, “NEVER LET GO” promises to deliver a spine-tingling experience unlike any other.

Don’t miss the heart-pounding thrills and gripping suspense of “NEVER LET GO,” coming to theaters on September 27. Watch the official trailer below.


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Tasha May 16, 2024 - 11:06 AM

Halle Berry staying protecting kids in every movie.

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