Becky 2: The Wrath of Becky poster shows the knife-wielding heroine

Yale Productions has unveiled a poster for the Becky sequel The Wrath of Becky, starring Lulu Wilson and Seann William Scott–xifWHwoM

We still haven’t heard any release information on The Wrath of Becky, a sequel to the very cool “ultra violent Home Alone” thriller Becky (watch it HERE, read the 9/10 review the film received from our own Lance Vlcek HERE)… but while we wait for that information, the producers at Yale Productions have unveiled a poster for the film, and you can check that out at the bottom of this article.

While the first Becky was directed by Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion from a screenplay by Nick Morris, Ruckus Skye, and Lane Skye, The Wrath of Becky has been written and directed by Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote. Angel and Coote previously directed the Netflix thrillers The Open House and Hypnotic. The sequel has the following synopsis: After living off the grid for two years, Becky finds herself going toe to toe against Darryl, the leader of a fascist organization, on the eve of an organized attack.

The Wrath of Becky was produced by Russ Posternak of Post Film; Raphael Margules, JD Lifshitz, and Tracy Rosenblum of BoulderLight Pictures; Chadd Harbold; and Yale Productions’ Jordan Yale Levine and Jordan Beckerman. Quiver Distribution’s Berry Meyerowitz, Jeff Sackman, and Larry Greenberg serve as executive producers alongside Wilson, Scott, Nick Morris, Jonathan Millot, and Cary Murnion. The production was financed by Media Finance Capital and Rainmaker Films.

Lulu Wilson (Annabelle: Creation) reprises the role of Becky and is joined in the cast by Seann William Scott (American Pie), Matt Angel (The Funhouse Massacre), Courtney Gains (Children of the Corn), Aaron Dalla Villa (Hayride to Hell), Michael Sirow (Wrong Place), Gabriella Piazza (The Many Saints of Newark), John D. Hickman (The Last Full Measure), Denise Burse-Fernandez (Vacation Friends), Jill Larson (The Taking of Deborah Logan), Kate Siegel (Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House), and Alison Cimmet (The Big Sick).

Are you looking forward to The Wrath of Becky? Let us know by leaving a comment below. I thought the first Becky was awesome, so I’ll be watching The Wrath of Becky as soon as it’s released into the world.

Here’s the poster:

The Wrath of Becky
Source: Yale Productions

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