‘The Apparition’ Reveals Official First Look at NC’s Julianna Guill

Warner Bros. Pictures released more than two dozen new images from the upcoming thriller The Apparition this week, including your first official look at Winston-Salem, North Carolina native Julianna Guill in character!

'The Apparition' stars Luke Pasqualino, Tom Felton, and NC native Julianna Guill.

‘The Apparition’ stars Luke Pasqualino, Tom Felton, and NC native Julianna Guill.

In the photo above, Julianna Guill (Friday the 13th, Crazy Stupid Love) plays “Lydia”, part of a group of student researchers who accidentally unleash an evil spirit during a parapsychology experiment, along with Luke Pasqualino (Skins) as “Greg and Tom Felton (the Harry Potter films) as “Patrick”.

The Apparition also stars Ashley Greene of the Twilight franchise and Sebastian Stan (Captain America, Black Swan), and is the feature debut of first time director Todd Lincoln.

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Born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Julianna Guill is known to genre fans for her previous roles in the 2009 Friday the 13th remake, as well as Altitude (2010) and MTV’s My Super Psycho Sweet 16 (2009) and it’s sequel.

You can watch the official theatrical trailer in the player below, and then scroll down to check out the poster and few more photos, including a second shot of Guill on set.

The Apparition will haunt theaters starting on August 24th.

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'The Apparition' Ghost Facts - Lydia's Bridge, NC

The Apparition co-stars Winston-Salem native Julianna Guill

For more images, ghost facts, and videos of (supposed) actual hauntings caught on tape, be sure to check out the film’s official Facebook page.

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Posted on August 11, 2012, in Movies, NC Talent and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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