First look of Tobin Bell in Saw X seeps in to the Internet

The Internet was recently blessed with the first look of Tobin Bell in the upcoming horror/ thriller film “Saw X”. The film is supposed to release on 29 September 2023. Twitter handle @DiscussingFilm, recently tweeted a first look at Tobin Bell in the film.

The Saw film series has been one of the most popular and widely loved horror film series over the years. The upcoming Saw film is the tenth installment of the series.

Saw X features Tobin Bell, Shawnee Smith, Synnove Macody Lund, Steven Brand, and Michael Beach. Kevin Greutert is directing the film and it was written by Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger.

Saw X supposedly happens between SAW and SAW 11. The film follows John Kramer who travels to Mexico for a risky medical procedure regarding his cancer. However, he discovers that the entire operation is a scam to defraud the most vulnerable.

The cinematography of the film is handled by Nick Matthews and edited by Kevin Greutert. The music for the film is composed by Charlie Clouser.

Twisted Pictures is the production company behind the film, and it will be distributed by Lionsgate Films.

Some other actors that are featured in the film are Renata Vaca, Paulette Hernandez, Joshua Okamoto, and Octavio Hinojosa.

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