‘Midsommar’ Set to Terrorize Florence Pugh and Moviegoers For Two Hours and 20 Minutes

‘Midsommar’ Set to Terrorize Florence Pugh and Moviegoers For Two Hours and 20 Minutes
Horror movie fans better get ready for Ari Aster’s “Midsommar” to terrorize them for a long time at the movies. A24 confirms with IndieWire the official runtime for the director’s “Hereditary” follow-up is 140 minutes, which means the writer-director’s pagan cult horror movie will deliver 13 more minutes of scares than “Hereditary,” if that’s even possible. The two-hour-and-20-minute runtime makes “Midsommar” one of the longer horror releases in recent memory, not quite hitting the 153 minutes of “Suspiria” but longer than the 116-minute “Us” from earlier this year.

Midsommar” stars Florence Pugh and Jake Raynor as an American couple whose mental states and relationship unravel when they decide to vacation with their friends in Sweden. The group heads to a small village that is hosting a festival held once every 90 years, one that includes hallucinogenic drugs and disturbing pagan rituals. The supporting cast includes Will Poulter, William Jackson Harper,
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