'Chucky 7' News And Update: Don Mancini Teases Fans With Production Photos On Twitter; Fiona Dourif From 'Curse Of Chucky' Confirmed To Join Cast?

Fans of Chucky got excited about Don Mancini's recent Twitter post where he shared a photo and hinted on "Chucky 7" movie. Meanwhile, it looks like actress Fiona Dourif from "Curse of Chucky", along with Jennifer Tilly, will join the casts of the upcoming film.

Before Annabelle, there was Chucky, a demon-possessed doll that haunted the whole world since 1988. And now, the creepy doll is set to make a comeback in 2017 as teased recently.

Don Mancini, the filmmaker, and creator of the franchise, has sent a photo of the production where Glen, Chucky and Tiffany's son, seems to be doubling Chucky. He captioned it with "STORYBOARDING #Chucky7. Glen doubling Chucky. @angelnorelation doubling... ?" No news yet who the lady is possibly doubling for but fans are speculating that it is Tiffany, which will be played by Jennifer Tilly and why Chucky needs doubling in the film.

The last franchise of the movie "Curse of Chucky" was in 2013 and Don Mancini has been hinting ever since of a possible sequel. However, no news about its development has been announced until last February when the creator posted "SO @Jtillathekilla2 SHOULD WE SHOOT CHUCKY 7 IN CAPETOWN?" That was followed with another tweet saying "HE'S BA-AAAAAACK (SOON) #Chucky7." Then in September, Mancini posted "All good things come to those who wait."

Although Glen is seen in the photo, there is no confirmation whether he will be in the new movie. But Mancini once said that it is possible he would focus on the story of Chucky's children, including Glenda.

The creator said he wants to surprise the fans and notes that his idea of the character's portrayal will be "pacifist, sweet-natured schizophrenic" Aside from Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif is already confirmed to join the cast. No news yet on the actual date of release but reports claim the film is aiming for next year.

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