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The Upcoming Sci-Fi Horror Film ‘M3GAN’ New Clip Shows The Dall Teaches School Bullie Some Manners

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A new clip from 2023’s M3GAN has been released online, and it demonstrates the ruthlessness of the film’s inevitable villain “The Dall” (starring herself). The video shows a bully getting his comeuppance at the hands of The Dall, who teaches him some manners via some decidedly violent methods. Previously glimpsed in clips of M3GAN’s teaser trailer, this is one of the first instances where “The Dall” (played by actress Jenna Bosworth) gets to cut loose. The result is a scene that mixes some humor with intense violence a definite trademark for this film.  Here’s the description for M3GAN: “When an artificially intelligent robotic ensemble, codenamed M3GAN, begins to develop a curious sense of self and curiosity about the world around her, things start to get very tiresome for Gemma (Allison Williams). The inventor of Megan. M3GAN was first released on video on demand. It will make its theatrical debut at the beginning of January 2023, and then will be available via most digital platforms shortly thereafter.

Who is in the cast?

  • Allison Williams as Gemma
  • Violet McGraw as Cady
  • Ronny Chieng
  • Brian Jordan Alvarez as Cole
  • Jen Van Epps as Tess
  • Lori Dungey
  • Amie Donald as M3GAN
  • Jenna Davis as the voice of M3GAN
  • Stephane Garneau-Monten as Kurt
  • Arlo Green as Ryan
  • Michael Saccente as Greg

Release Date:

The Film M3gan’ had its world premiere on December 7, 2022, in Los Angeles and is scheduled to be released on the 7th of January 2023 in the United States.

What does the clip show? 

The clip shows M3GAN breaking the arm of a bully who’s been picking on a young girl, causing him to escape, only to find out that the doll will hunt him down. The teaser trailer gave us a little taste of this character, but this clip gives us much more. This scene shows us that she has no tolerance for bullies and will do whatever it takes to punish them for their sins. It also showed her precision in carrying out those punishments. This clip is one of the darker scenes in the film, but it reminds audiences that “M3GAN” is not meant to be a light horror film. It’s part science fiction and part horror thriller. The tone of the film will be explored here for the first time in this scene.

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What is the film about? 

The film is about a woman named Gemma (Allison Williams) who is trying to care for her niece, Cady (Violet McGraw), though she has no experience with parenting. This leads her to begin researching artificial intelligence and robotics, and she creates a prototype robot that can listen, watch and learn as it plays the role of friend and teacher, playmate, and protector. the thing gets darker when gemma finds that the Robot, who she names “M3gan”, is trying to take over Cady and kill gemma. Gemma finds herself in a race against time to reverse this process before “M3gan” takes everything too far.

What makes this film interesting? 

What makes this film interesting is that it’s not just a horror film, though it is a sci-fi thriller. It also has a certain amount of intrigue to it. There’s a certain quality to the story and the script that keeps audiences coming back for more, even in its simplest trailer form. There just seems to be something different about the movie than what audiences are used to when they hear people talk about “sci-fi horror.

Who can watch this film? 

Anyone who enjoys stories about artificial intelligence, or people who enjoy movies about dolls and magic. The film is aimed at a niche market, but it’s not exclusive to just a certain demographic or demographic. “M3gan” was marketed towards females, but there are enough males out there who’ll line up for this as well.

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