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Happy Death Day 2U release date: When does movie come out in 2019?

Happy Death Day 2U is just around the corner. Pic credit: Universal Pictures

Happy Death Day 2U will be released on February 13, 2019, making it the perfect date night movie for Valentine’s Day. The movie is a sequel to the 2017 movie, Happy Death Day.

Universal Pictures has already released a trailer for the movie, which you can watch below. The great thing about Happy Death Day 2U is that the movie is a direct sequel to the first flick with many of the same actors returning.

The main character of Tree Gelbman is returning for the sequel, a character played by Jessica Rothe. In the first movie from 2017, she’s a teenage girl who is trying to enjoy her birthday.

When she is killed in various different ways and resurrects to relive her death day over again, she has to figure out who her killer is.

Spoiler alert: Tree is back in the time loop to determine why she was even brought into it in the first place. And she has to face Lori Spengler, played by Ruby Modine, who is ready for her revenge.

Luckily, fans only have to wait a few weeks until the movie hits theaters. Needless to say, fans are pretty excited about this flick.

Unlike the first movie, Tree actually has to die several times to save her friends in the sequel as the killer isn’t just trying to kill her. In fact, all of her friends appear to be dying, flipping the whole concept on its head.

According to IMDB, director Christopher Landon may reveal how this whole time loop targeting Tree started in the first place. This could add a whole new element to the movie.

The movie also stars Suraj Sharma, Israel Broussard, Rachel Matthews, Sarah Bennani, Charles Aitken, and Steve Zissis. Despite it being a horror flick, the movie is rated PG-13 for violence, language, and sexual materials.

Happy Death Day 2U is set to be released on February 13, 2019.


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