Sony is making an interesting move with Grudge, the Nicolas Pesce-directed re-remake that stars Insidious lead Lin Shaye.

Originally slated to obliterate the box office on Aug. 19, Sony shifted the film to a new release, on June 21, 2019. The original date was in line with massive hits like Don’t Breathe and Annabelle: Creation, and will instead brave the release against major competition – like Toy Story 4. New Line released its Conjuring sequel in June and it was a monster hit. This should be fun!

Also starring are Andrea Riseborough, Demian Bichir (The Nun), and John Cho (“The Exorcist”), as well as Betty Gilpin (“Glow”), William Sadler (The Mist), Jacki Weaver and Frankie Faison.

Based on a script by Midnight Meat Train and Pet Sematary scribe Jeff Buhler, it’s a new take on the 2004 pic (itself based on the 2002 Japanese original Ju-on), which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar as a nurse in Tokyo who is afflicted by a curse that created uncontrollable homicidal rage.

This will be the twelfth Ju-On/The Grudge film, which also has a video game, two short films, and several graphic novels included in the collection.

Via Bloody Disgusting