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A 'Child's Play' Remake Hits Theaters 31 Years After The Original

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A 'Child's Play' Remake Hits Theaters 31 Years After The Original

A 'Child's Play' Remake Hits Theaters 31 Years After The Original

On Thursday, Orion Pictures released the first full trailer for its "Child's Play" remake.

According to Business Insider, the 1988 original revolved around Chucky, a doll possessed by a serial killer.

In the remake, Aubrey Plaza plays a single mom who gets her son a Chucky doll, dubbed "Buddi." From the trailer, Buddi will be able to control devices to help him on his slashing adventures.

Mark Hamill is voicing the iconic murderer doll.

Child’s Play is in theaters Friday, June 21.

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