Traditionally, Chucky is far more likely to slit your throat than encourage you to use it for vocalizing. But that hasn’t stopped the folks behind the just-released Child’s Play movie from releasing a video which allows people to sing-a-long with the film’s homicidal, Mark Hamill-voiced “Buddi” doll.
Directed by Lars Klevberg, Child’s Play stars Aubrey Plaza as a mother who gives her son (Bateman) a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature. The film costars Atlanta actor Brian Tyree Henry as a cop named Mike. Child’s Play is produced by Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg, who oversaw 2017’s It and the upcoming It Chapter Two.
“I was just 12-years-old when the ’88 movie came out,” Grahame-Smith told EW last year, referring to director Tom Holland’s original Child’s Play film. “It scared the hell out of me. I watched it again and again. It’s a special movie for me.”
Watched that video above.
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