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‘Smile’: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, and Everything We Know So Far

With the fall release schedule jam-packed with so many great movies on the horizon, it’s normal to see some promising films flying under the radar through no fault of their own. One such movie is Paramount’s horror thriller Smile.
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How often do horror movies and the concept of smiling get mixed up?

The answer is rarely. But the subject matter of this upcoming horror thriller is somewhat unorthodox, and there’s a thrill in it. A menacing smile can trigger unexplained events. Smile is based on Parker Finn’s 2020 11-minute short film Laura Hasn’t Sleep, which received critical acclaim and won the SXSW Film Festival Special Jury Midnight Short Award.
Laura, played by Caitlin Stacy, is a woman who has recurring nightmares and seeks help from a therapist. Smile focuses on the experiences of a doctor who becomes interested in solving a mystery after witnessing her one of her patients’ bizarre and traumatic encounters with paranormal entities. Soon she becomes a victim and has to confront the demons.
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The smile was directed and written by Parker Finn and marked her directorial debut. Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, Isaac Klausner, and Robert Salerno serve as producers on the film. Here are all the details revealed so far about the plot, trailer, cast, filming, and upcoming American psychological horror.

When Is Smile Releasing?

Smile will arrive in theaters on September 30, 2022, just in time for the Halloween season. The date for the streaming release is yet to be announced.

Paramount released a teaser trailer for Smile on May 26, 2022 via Twitter. An eight-second teaser shows a patient sitting unresponsive in a clinic.
The man is sitting there, time seems to have stopped, and he has a suspicious, disturbing smile on his face. The teaser did more to build anticipation than it did to hint at the movie.

Her first major attempt at horror came in MTV’s Scream: The Television Series, an anthology series based on Wes Craven’s Scream franchise.

Jessie T. Usher, best known as her A-Train on The Boys, plays Trevor. Joel is played by Kyle Gallner, who is familiar with the horror genre. Gallner is best known for appearing in the fifth installment of her iconic franchise, Her Scream (2022). He also played Cassidy “Bieber” Casablancas on the hit TV series Veronica Mars, appeared in 2009’s Haunting in Connecticut, the cult classic Jennifer’s Body, and had a lead role as Hashir Farrell on the drama series The Outsiders.
Other cast members of his include Caitlin Stacy, best known for her role as Rachel He Kinski in the Australian soap opera Neighbors. Her other films include Tomorrow, When the War Began, All Cheerleaders Die, Lust for Love, and the 2019 film Kindred Spirits.

The official synopsis for Smile reads:

After witnessing a bizarre, traumatic incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter starts experiencing frightening occurrences that she can’t explain. As an overwhelming terror begins taking over her life, Rose must confront her troubling past in order to survive and escape her horrifying new reality.