Oh, goody! A sequel to "Silent Hill"! Better yet, it's in 3-D!
Okay, we'll cut the sarcasm.
The first trailer for the follow up to the moderately successful ($100 million worldwide box office intake on a $50 million budget) 2006 video game-based film "Silent Hill" has been unveiled.
"Silent Hill: Revelation 3-D," as it's called, will pick the series back up with a new central character named Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) who's plagued by nightmares and gets catapulted into the alternate reality which is - you guessed it - Silent Hill.
There she meets the creepy but well-meaning Dahlia Gillespie (Deborah Kara Unger) who guided our heroines in the first film.
Her father is returning character Christopher Da Silva (Sean Bean), whose fate was left moderately uncertain at the end of the first movie, when his wife Rose (Radha Mitchell) and adoptive daughter Sharon (Jodelle Ferland) returned to the same home as him but were clearly not existing on the same plane.
So, movie two's trailer at least answers the question of whether the original trio family worked it out (clearly, not yet). Why Christopher all of a sudden has a new teenage daughter, though, remains to be explained.