The Evil is a 2016 American supernatural horror film directed by Steven Quale, the director of Final Destination 5 and produced by Craig Perry and Warren Zide, the producer of Final Destination film series. This films stars Joel Courtney, Cameron Bright, Amanda Seyfried, Ellen Wroe, Ethan Hawke, Natalie Portman, Chelsea Tavares and Courteney Cox.
A teenager boy meets a man with dark powers and secrets.
- Joel Courtney as Frank Linebeck/A 16-year-old teenager who meets a man with dark powers
- August Maturo as Young Frank Linebeck (age 7)
- Cameron Bright as Marcus Timberlake/Frank's childhood best friend
- Sal Pandolfo Jr. as Young Marcus Timberlake (age 8)
- Amanda Seyfried as Rebecca Timberlake/Frank's love interest and Marcus's older sister
- Sabrina Carpenter as Young Rebecca Timberlake (age 14)
- Ellen Wroe as Ashley Flower/Rebecca's best friend and Marcus's girlfriend
- Brighton Sharbino as Young Ashley Flower (age 13)
- Ethan Hawke as David Crimson/The man Frank meets who is Frank's biological father and the antagonist of the film.
- Ellar Coltrane as Young David Crimson (age 21)
- Natalie Portman as Alice Linebeck/Frank's mother and David's ex-lover
- Ciara Bravo as Young Alice Lineback (age 16)
- Chelsea Tavares as Amber Walker/Rebecca's friend
- Quvenzhané Wallis as Young Amber Walker (age 12)
- Miranda Cosgrove as Stella Foster/An 18-year-old, who has a strong dislike on Rebecca
- Briana Grace Naim as Young Stella Foster (age 8)
- Chandler Riggs as Billy Flower/Ashley's 14-year-old brother
- Courteney Cox as Danielle Linebeck/Alice's mother and Frank's grandmother, and also, the antagonist.
- Zac Efron as Shawn Finster/Frank's bully
- Chelsea Kane as Penelope Havelock/Shawn's girlfriend and one of Stella's friends
- Leah Pipes as Julie Finster/Shawn's sister and Penelope and Stella's friend
- Jim Cummings as Steve Timberlake/Rebecca and Marcus's father
- Grey DeLisle as Lisa Timberlake/Rebecca and Marcus's mother
- Matthew Broderick as Lewis Flower/Ashley and Billy's father and a widower
- Brandon T. Jackson as Bryan Stewart/Marcus's friend
- Dermot Mulroney as Ralph Linebeck/Alice's deceased father who murdered by his wife, Danielle when Alice was 13
- Keegan Connor Tracy as Miss Sienna Havelock/Frank and Marcus's teacher and Penelope's mother
- Bill Paxton as The Mysterious Man/David's biological father who visit Danielle at mental hospital at the ending
Frank Linebeck, Marcus Timberlake, Rebecca Timberlake, David Crimson, Alice Linebeck.
- Ralph - Stabbed 19 times with a scissor (Danielle)
- Julie - Drowned in her bathtub (David)
- Bryan - Run over by a car (David)
- Billy - Blow to the head with the rock (Danielle)
- Stella - Pushed to the death in the train station (David)
- Penelope - Cut in the neck with a knife (David)
- Steve - Head bashed against the wall (Danielle)
- Lewis - Beaten to death with a cricket bat (Danielle)
- Lisa - Strangled and then neck snapped (Danielle)
- Amber - Stabbed to death 15 time with the pencil (Danielle)
- Ashley - Bludgeoned to death with metal lamp (Danielle)
- Danielle - Neck snapped after she fails to kill David (The Mysterious Man)
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- The Evil: Blood Origins (2016)
This is only show on ending credits. At the start of the film, only show the opening scene and then the opening titles.
A New Line Cinema presentation
In association with Rat-Pac Dune Entertainment
In association with Village Roadshow Pictures
A Practical Pictures/Zide Pictures Production
A Steven Quale film
- Both Joel Courtney and Chandler Riggs appear on 2014 film, Mercy.
- Both Ethan Hawke and Ellar Coltrane appear on 2014 film, Boyhood.
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- This film runs at 141 mins.
- Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence throughout, terror, disturbing graphic images, language, crude sexual content and nudity.
- 15 certificate
- The Pitch: Final Destination meets Scream.
- Tagline: Can you feel the horror of the evil?
- It will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema with RatPac-Dune Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures.
- Notes: On Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema's logo, the sky has change into dark sky with serious music playing. On Dune Entertinment's logo, same with Warner Bros Pictures and New Line Cinema before quickly moving to Village Roadshow Pictures with a white glow and the logo goes dark before quiet music from the opening scene plays.