After the Fox show was launched at Comic-Con, a poster has been exhausted showing the possessed daughter with her chief twisted 180 degrees
A TV adaptation of The Exorcist moved closer as the producers exhausted brand-new artwork on Thursday.
The brand-new poster, first reported by Entertainment Weekly, features an allusion to the original cinema with a silhouette of a young girl with her chief distorted in reverse.
The Fox TV prove will be an adaptation of the original 1971 William Peter Blatty novel of the same appoint.
Fox exhausted a trailer for the brand-new prove at last weeks Comic-Con. The shows author Jeremy Slater, the writer of last years lackluster Fantastic Four, and the assign were also at Comic-Con to answer fan interrogates.
Actor Ben Daniels will toy Father Marcus Brennan on the prove. As a fan of the original, he was skeptical about to intervene in the assign but he ascertained devotees at Comic-Con: Its not a remake of the original movie. It lives in the real world.
The original cinema modification is widely regarded as one of the greatest repugnance movies of all time, and it has had a significant influence on pop culture. It is one of the highest-grossing movies in biography and was nominated for 10 Academy bestows.
While the book and cinema were based on a true narrative of a 1949 exorcism in St Louis, the Tv prove follows two pastors and a suburban Chicago family who are experiencing what they fear is a devilish existence in their home.
The show is set to debut on Fox on 23 September.