The prequel horror movie Ouija: Origins of Evil is set for a Halloween release, and Universal has just unleashed the second trailer.
A family of con artists unwittingly unlock a portal to a terrifying world in the new TV spot for Ouija: Origins of Evil.
Mike Flanagan is directing Ouija: Origin of Evil which takes the horror franchise in a terrifying new direction.
A family experiences terror unlike anything they've ever seen in the first trailer for Ouija: Origins of Evil, in theaters this October.
The horror sequel Ouija 2 will arrive next year just in time for Halloween from Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions.
Producers Andrew Form and Bradley Fuller confirm that they are working on Ouija 2, although it isn't clear when it may be released.
Nightcrawler and Ouija tie for the top spot with $10.9 million, with Fury remaining in third place with $9.1 million.
Jake Gyllenhaal's indie Nightcrawler squares off with last week's winner John Wick in a Halloween box office showdown.
Ouija takes first place with $20 million, while John Wick opens in second place with $14.1 million.
Can the board game adaptation Ouija hold its own at the box office against the action-thriller John Wick as we head towards Halloween?
A group of friends unleash a wicked spirit through their Ouija board in this Universal Pictures thriller starring Olivia Cooke.
A group of friends unleash an unspeakable evil attempting to reach a dead acquaintance in Ouija, hitting theaters October 24th.
A group of kids are forced to confront their fears when a spirit board provides more terror than fun in the first trailer for Ouija, arriving this Halloween.
Stiles White is directing this board game adaptation for Universal Pictures. Production is scheduled to begin next week in Los Angeles.
The Possession writers will make their directorial debut, and rewrite the script for this board game adaptation.
McG will no longer direct this adventure thriller, of which the budget was slashed from $100 million to $5 million.
The Fright Night writer has boarded this project for Hasbro, who are producing themselves after Universal Pictures pulled out.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner reveals the toy company is also in active discussions with executive producer Steven Spielberg to continue on with this lucrative franchise.
The Hasbro game adaptation, spearheaded by Michael Bay and director McG, is out to studios.
The Mr. and Mrs. Smith writer is doing a polish on McG's board game adaptation.