T.I., Mario, DaBaby & More Attend 'Fear' World Premiere In LA

T.I., Mario, DaBaby, DaniLeigh, Joseph Sikora & More Attend ‘Fear’ World Premiere In LA

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'Fear' World Premiere

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The Fear World Premiere was bustling with big names including T.I. and Tiny, Mario, DaBaby, DaniLeigh, Draymond Green, Joseph Sikora, D. Smoke, Judge Mathis, and many more at Directors Guild Of America in LA.

'Fear' World Premiere

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'Fear' World Premiere

Source: Arnold Turner/Getty Images for Hidden Empire Film Group

'Fear' World Premiere

Source: Arnold Turner/Getty Images for Hidden Empire Film Group

As expected, the stunners on the carpet came to slay with DaniLeigh, Jessica Allain, and Taja V. Simpson turning heads the entire night.

'Fear' World Premiere

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'Fear' World Premiere

Jessica Allain | Arnold Turner/Getty Images for Hidden Empire Film Group
'Fear' World Premiere Taja V. Simpson | Paul Archuleta/Getty Images

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In Fear, a weekend getaway turns sinister when a group of friends must confront their worst fears one by one. Check out the chilling trailer below:

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Directed by Deon Taylor, Fear stars Joseph Sikora, King Bach, Terrence Jenkins, Tip ‘T.I.’ Harris, Annie Ilonzeh, Tyler Abron, Iddo Goldberg, Ruby Modine, and Jessica Allain.

“There is no other horror film that has ever existed that comments so deeply on the concept of not only the Carl Jung theory of the collective unconscious but also the incorporation of a media society, and how ancient evils can permeate into the souls of men and women through connective emotion in our case, fear,” said Sikora in an interview with Complex.

Based on the talent involved, the pandemic-filmed psychological thriller is sure to make an impact at the box office.

“What makes fear different from other horror films is the incredibly unconventional way the film was made,” said Taylor (who also directed Fatale, Black And Blue, and The Intruder).

During the height of a global pandemic, nine people showed up to a cabin that is historically 100 years old and helped collectively to build out a film and script together. We all lived together in an enclosed world, and each of us truly faced real fears daily.

The movie is grounded in something we have not seen in horror — internal fear. The fact that if you truly are afraid of something in life your mind could manifest this fear into a state of no return or death .. dealing with this subject matter was extremely interesting but also extremely scary at times. There is nothing more powerful or frightening than the human mind when it turns dark.”

Fear opens in theaters January 27.

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