Orphan First Kill London film premiere 2023
Esther's terrifying saga continues in this thrilling prequel to the original and shocking horror hit, Orphan. After orchestrating a brilliant escape from an Estonian psychiatric facility, Esther travels to America by impersonating the missing daughter of a wealthy family. Yet, an unexpected twist arises that pits her against a mother who will protect her family from the murderous "child" at any cost.
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- Release in Cinemas: 2022-08-19
- Runtime: 99 minutes
- directors: William Brent Bell
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- Some of the cast who were of the same height as Isabelle Fuhrman while in frame had to wear tall platform shoes while standing next to her to make her appear shorter, acting as forced perspective.
- One of this film's goals as a prequel was to cover up a much criticized plot hole in the first film, which was how exactly did Esther get from Estonia to an American orphanage without having been dropped off by anybody. Even with forged paperwork, Esther would not have been able to simply show up with it.
- Filmed from November through December 2020. Isabelle Fuhrman was 23, which makes her closer to the age of Leena (the true identity of Esther) than when she appeared in the first film, where she had turned 11 during filming.
- According to director William Brent Bell, they didn't use a lot of digital effects to do this, instead using makeup, forced perspective, and a body double for certain shots.
- Similar to the first film, the poster is perfectly symmetrical, this time with half of Esther's back mirrored (with the addition of blood splatter on one of her shoulders).
- Given Esther's hormonal disorder that causes her dwarfism, she is supposed to look like a 9 year old girl for life even though she's mentally a 33 year old adult. Isabelle Fuhrman had long since outgrown the role and as a result, the makeup team and filmmakers had to get creative when making her look 9 again, which included the use of world-class makeup and forced perspective.
- Isabelle Fuhrman is the only cast member from the original movie to return.
- In a 2022 interview William Brent Bell detailed some of the techniques that went into shooting Isabelle Fuhrman: "Every shot, no matter how simple, was NOT simple. Everything was complex, everything was a magic trick. And for the actors themselves, they couldn't act a normal way. If they're walking and talking with her, well, she's probably 3 steps BEHIND them, to make her look small. Forced perspective. Or they're up on a platform, or they're wearing 'Gene Simmons' boots. You know, it's all these great tricks. Having such a great cast, everybody bought into it. We had 3 body doubles and Isabelle was always off-camera any time we had a body double and was doing the dialogue with the actors as if she was on-camera."
- Body count: 8 (including the rat)
- The record that plays in Esther's room is "The Glory Of Love" by Jimmy Durante. It is the same song that plays over the closing credits of the original Orphan movie
- Isabelle Fuhrman was the film's associate producer.
- In September 2021, it was announced Paramount Players had acquired U.S. distribution rights to the film, although Warner Bros. Pictures had no involvement with this film, for unknown reasons.
- A correction to the previous entry Esther is 10 when she goes missing as shown in the detectives report She was "missing" for 4 years hence making her 14
- When "Esther" looks through the real Esther's diary, she sees an entry describing how Esther went to see the Broadway show 'Wicked' in New York. Julia Stiles, who played Tricia, previously starred in a completely unrelated 1998 thriller film also entitled 'Wicked.'