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If you didn't know, there will be a sequel to the 2006 movie adaptation of SIlent Hill. Its sequel, titled Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, will have its story based on Silent Hill 3.
While it looks to be your standard game-to-movie fare, keep an eye out or two to see a few familiar faces -- especially if you're a fan of HBO's Game of Thrones.
Give it a watch and see for yourself.
Yes, Sean Bean (Lord of the Rings) is again, reprising his role. It's worth pointing out that Bean was also a main character in Game of Thrones. Aside from Bean, there's also Jon Snow -- the same Jon Snow who's Bean's bastard son in the hit TV show.
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is being directed by Michael J. Bassett and is being distributed by Open Road (Lionsgate for international markets) for an October 26 theater release.
Any of you excited for this? What did you make of the first one?
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