‘Thread: An Insidious Tale’ will be the sixth installment of the horror franchise. The plot follows a spouse (Nanjiani and Moore) who resort to a spell to travel back in time and prevent the tragic death of their young daughter. However, their actions unleash severe consequences that they must face.
The film is set to be directed by Jeremy Slater, the creator of Moon Knight. The first four films in the franchise combined have grossed over $541 million. The fifth installment, ‘Insidious: The Red Door,’ is scheduled to hit theaters on July 7, 2023, by Sony Pictures.
Insidious Films Box-office Collections:
Insidious (2010): $99 million
Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013): $162 million
Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015): $113 million
Insidious: The Last Key (2018): $167 million
Mandy Moore recently finished filming the second season of the Peacock anthology series “Dr. Death,” where she stars alongside Edgar Ramirez. She gained recognition for her role in the acclaimed family drama series “This Is Us,” which earned her Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Moore is also set to star in and executive produce the Hulu series “Twin Flames,” based on the popular Wondery podcast. In addition to her acting career, she has a production deal with 20th Television through her company Roll With The Punches. Last May, she released her seventh album titled “In Real Life” as a singer-songwriter.
Kumail Nanjiani was last seen in Hulu’s limited series “Welcome to Chippendales,” Disney+’s Star Wars prequel series “Obi-Wan Kenobi” alongside Ewan McGregor, and Marvel’s “Eternals.” Currently, Nanjiani is in production for the sequel to “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” scheduled for release in December. He received an Emmy nomination and an Academy Award nomination for his screenplay of “The Big Sick,” a beloved dramedy available on Prime Video that is based on his own life. Nanjiani has also made appearances in shows such as “History of the World: Part II” and “The Boys.”