Elizabeth Reaser and Henry Thomas star in Universal’s supernatural horror film Ouija: Origin of Evil. Inviting audiences again into the lore of the spirit board. It tells a terrifying new tale as the follow-up to 2014’s sleeper hit that opened the box office at number one.

Los Angeles, 1965. A widowed mother (Elizabeth Reaser) and her two daughters (Annalise Basso and Lulu Wilson) fake séance as part of a scam for a living. When they add a new stunt, a Ouija game board, to bolster their business it gets out of hand. Young Doris start’s to “play” with it and attempts to contact her deceased father. But instead of there father she is suddenly possessed by a malevolent spirit which is trying to claim her as it’s own. Desperate for Doris’s normality to return, the family must confront the Quija and play the game for real. Will their life ever be the same again? After all it was never just a game….

Film Inside met Elizabeth Reaser and Henry Thomas in Los Angeles to talk with them exclusively about their performance. In the video-interview they opened up how they relax when they come home for shooting intense scenes, if they believe in spirits and what they would ask a Ouija board if they had one.

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About Elizabeth Reaser:
Elizabeth since 2000 is a face in the Film Industry where she started out with the role of “Stace” in the hit TV-Show “The Sopranos”. Many films and different TV shows followed. She earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her recurring guest appearance throughout 2007 and 2008 on the television series “Grey’s Anatomy”. She later played the role of Esme Cullen in the movie “Twilight”, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” and “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn”. 

About Henry Thomas: 
Henry’s film career started at a very young age. He was nine years old, when he already been in a film “Raggedy Man” and was invited to audition for “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”. He won the part by giving a genuinely tearful performance, during which he had drawn upon the trauma of having seen his pet dog being killed by a neighbor’s dog. The film’s success was so unexpected that Henry had trouble to come to terms with with the reaction of the public. That was part of the reason why he returned back to Texas and continued to attend school. He did some TV work but didn’t returned to film until the late 1980’s to prove himself in adult roles. Most notably as the younger version of Anthony Perkins “Norman Bates” character in “Psycho IV: The Beginning”. His biggest adult role however was as “Samuel Ludlow” in “Legends of the Fall”. Next of being an actor, he is also a musician. 

Here is the trailer of Ouija: Origin of Evil: