IMMACULATE: Sydney Sweeney's Creepy Nun Movie Has Been Rated R For "Bloody Violence And Nudity"

IMMACULATE: Sydney Sweeney's Creepy Nun Movie Has Been Rated R For "Bloody Violence And Nudity" IMMACULATE: Sydney Sweeney's Creepy Nun Movie Has Been Rated R For "Bloody Violence And Nudity"

Following our first look at some footage late last year, Sydney Sweeney's upcoming religious horror movie, Immaculate, has been given an official rating by the MPA...

By MarkCassidy - Feb 09, 2024 12:02 PM EST
Filed Under: Movies

We got a first look at some footage from a new religious psychological horror film titled Immaculate, starring Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria, Madame Web) and fellow The White Lotus (though they appeared in different seasons) alum Simona Tabasco, late last year via a pretty creepy teaser trailer, and we now have an official MPA rating for the movie.

Immaculate has been rated “R” for “strong and bloody violent content, grisly images, nudity and some language.”

Sweeney stars as Cecilia, "a woman of devout faith who is offered a new role at an illustrious Italian convent. But her warm welcome to the European countryside is soon interrupted as Cecilia discovers her new home harbors some dark and horrifying secrets."

The trailer shows Cecilia falling ill, with hospital tests confirming that she is pregnant. A lot of bloody and disturbing imagery follows, as we're led to believe that the young woman has immaculately conceived. The second coming of Jesus? Our money's on the other guy!

This looks quite similar to another upcoming religious horror, The First Omen, but both have pretty effective first teasers.

Check out the trailer and poster at the links below, and let us know what you think.

Jonathan Davino for Fifty-Fifty Films produced with Sweeney, alongside Middle Child Pictures’ David Bernad, who developed the project with the actress following their work together on The White Lotus. Teddy Schwarzman and Michael Heimler produced for Black Bear, which fully financed and represented the international sales rights. Black Bear’s John Friedberg and Christopher Casanova served as executive producers, alongside Will Greenfield.

Immaculate marks the second recent collaboration with Neon and Black Bear after Michael Mann’s Ferrari, which hit theaters Christmas Day. Neon’s 2024 slate also includes Sean Baker’s new romantic drama Anora and Pamela Adlon’s directorial debut, Babes, starring Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau.

Directed by Michael Mohan and written by Andrew Lobel, Immaculate also stars Alvaro Morte (Money Heist), Benedetta Porcaroli (Baby), and Dora Romano (The Hand of God).

The movie is set for a theatrical released on March 22. Do you plan on seeing this one on the big screen, or will you wait for streaming? Let us know in the comments section down below.

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marvel72 - 2/10/2024, 1:49 PM
I'm more interested in this than ever before.

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