'The Walking Dead' Star Sarah Wayne Callies Sees Dead People In 'The Other Side Of The Door' Trailer [VIDEO]
Nov 30, 2015 09:00 AM EST | By Nobelle Borines
Sarah Wayne Callies may no longer be in 'The Walking Dead,' but the former TWD star will be bringing the dead to the big screen in a spooky new ghost movie!
The 'Prison Break' actress stars in the supernatural flick 'The Other Side of The Door,' which is due out next year. 20th Century Fox has just unleashed the terrifying movie trailer, which proves that the dead can still come back.
The synopsis for the film reads as follows:
"Grieving the loss of her son, Maria ['The Walking Dead' star Sarah Wayne Callies] seeks out a ritual that will allow her to say goodbye to her late child, opening the veil between the world of the living and the dead. Now she must protect her family against the unimaginable evil that was once her beloved son."
The trailer begins with Maria, played by 'The Walking Dead' star Sarah Wayne Callies, being asked by her husband (Jeremy Sisto) to stay in India. The two eventually start a family but tragedy strikes as Maria and her son Oliver get into an accident. The young mother is unable to deal with the loss but a mysterious woman informs her about a ritual that allows her to say goodbye, as long as she promises not to open the door in an ancient temple.
Unfortunately, Maria breaks the promise and ends up opening the door between the worlds of the living and the dead. Her actions lead to horrifying consequences.
Sarah Wayne Callies played Lori Grimes in 'The Walking Dead' from Season One to Three. The character had to have an emergency Caesarian section to save her unborn daughter, who was named 'Judith' by her son Carl.
'The Other Side of the Door' is directed by Johannes Roberts and is scheduled for release on March 11, 2016.
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