Child's Play: Aubrey Plaza Refuses to Believe the Truth About Chucky

Chucky in the 2019 Child's Play reboot

In a new clip from Child's Play, Aubrey Plaza's Karen isn't buying her son Andy's excuse that his Buddi Doll has a life of its own.

For almost an entire minute, Andy desperately tries to prove to his mother that the Buddi Doll is hunting down his friends in a murder spree, but Karen refuses to believe him. She chooses to focus on the fact that her son seems to have taken someone else's phone, assuming that he's caught in a childish obsession with it.

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Child's Play is a remake of the 1988 film of the same name. There are several key differences between the two. Where the original Chucky was a Good Guys Doll possessed by the soul of a serial killer through Haitian Voodoo, the latest version of Chucky is a technologically-equipped Buddi Doll that goes on a killing spree after malfunctioning.

Directed by Lars Klevberg from a script by Tyler Burton Smith, Child's Play stars Aubrey Plaza, Brian Tyree Henry, Gabriel Bateman, Tim Matheson and Mark Hamill. The film opens on June 21.

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