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New Trailer and Poster for The First Omen

20th Century Studios has shared the new trailer and poster for the upcoming psychological thriller The First Omen. The film, which is a prequel to the classic horror film franchise, opens on April 5, 2024, exclusively in theaters nationwide.

The First Omen is rated R for violent content, grisly/disturbing images, and brief graphic nudity.

New Trailer and Poster for The First Omen

When a young American woman is sent to Rome to begin a life of service to the church, she encounters darkness that causes her to question her own faith and uncovers a terrifying conspiracy that hopes to bring about the birth of evil incarnate.

The First Omen stars Nell Tiger Free (Servant), Tawfeek Barhom (Mary Magdalene), Sonia Braga (Kiss of the Spider Woman), and Ralph Ineson (The Northman), with Charles Dance (Game of Thrones) and Bill Nighy (Living).

Ralph Ineson as Father Brennan

Arkasha Stevenson directed the 20th Century Studios release. It is based on characters created by David Seltzer (The Omen), with a story by Ben Jacoby (Bleed) and a screenplay by Tim Smith, Arkasha Stevenson, and Keith Thomas (Firestarter).

The producers are David S. Goyer (Hellraiser) and Keith Levine (The Night House), and the executive producers are Tim Smith, Whitney Brown (Rosaline), and Gracie Wheelan.

Nell Tiger Free as Margaret

The horror film franchise, which kicked off with director Richard Donner’s The Omen in 1976, centers on Damien Thorn, a child born of Satan and given to Robert and Katherine Thorn.

The original film was followed by Damien: Omen II in 1978 and Omen III: The Final Conflict in 1981. Ten years later, in 1991, Omen IV: The Awakening was released. While the latter debuted in theaters in some countries, the movie premiered on television in North America.

Bill Nighy as Lawrence

John Moore also directed a remake of The Omen, which debuted in theaters in 2006.

Although the $25 million movie was not a hit with critics, it managed to earn $119.9 million worldwide, with $54.6 million coming from domestic theaters and $65.3 million from international markets.

The First Omen Poster