Goosebumps 2 Trailer: Slappy's Back for a Haunted Halloween

The Goosebumps 2 Haunted Halloween Trailer is Here

I don't want anyone to think I'm not hyped for a movie about children doing battle with homicidal gummy bears, murderous ventriloquist dummies, and other horrors dreamt up by a children's author in the mid-1990's. And the actor doesn't seem to be the only thing Goosebumps 2 is borrowing from its more adult-oriented horrors-come-to-life cousin; that dusty abandoned R.L. Stine house in the trailer is a dead ringer for the house on Neibolt Street from IT.

Just kidding, but it looks like a ton of fun! And what better way to prepare you for Halloween than a new Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween trailer? The follow-up continues the story first told in the hit 2015 release Goosebumps.

Summer is in full swing, which means it's time to start getting your Halloween costumes ready.

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Yes, in case you forgot, a Goosebumps sequel is happening - this time without Jack Black's R.L. Stine. The ensemble cast of Goosebumps 2 includes Ken Jeong, Wendi Mclendon-Covey, Chris Parnell, Madison Iseman, Ben O'Brien, Caleel Harris, Jeremy Ray Taylor, and Jack Black as the voice of Slappy. Ari Sandel directs the sequel from a script by screenwriter Darren Lemke (Turbo).

The first installment, starring Black, Dylan Minnette, and Odeya Rush, grossed $150.1 million in worldwide box office. Watch the trailer in the video above and see for yourself! He was the best thing about Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which made nearly $1 billion at the box office, but let's not forget School of Rock, the Kung Fu Panda franchise, and Goosebumps, where he played R.L. Stine. Check it out in the player below along with the first poster and images in the gallery!

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween will hit theaters on October 12.

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