The CHILD'S PLAY Reboot Website Introduces Us To The Evil High Tech Buddi Doll
Yes, the evil doll that will kill people in the Child’s Play reboot will not be named Chucky. A new website was recently launched for the film and it introduces us to the high tech Buddi Doll. It’s like a big advertisement and it points out that the doll comes complete with wifi, smart phone programming, and more.
As most of us expected, this new Child’s Play movie is going to be very different from the original films. I wasn’t really a big fan of this movie in the first place, but now after seeing all this stuff I dislike it even more. Below you’ll find a list of features that the Buddi Doll comes with:
Buddi comes equipped with a highly intricate cloud-backed voice recognition engine capable of identifying speech.
Using sophisticated Kaslan algorithms, Buddi can comprehend inflection, tonality and subtle variations in the human voice.
Buddi learns both from human interaction and via its 20 sensors and cameras which provide detailed realtime information about its environment.
Buddi comes preloaded with the ability to fluently comprehend and converse in both English and Spanish with the option to expand via the Kaslan Language Acquisition App.
Buddi utilizes state of the art sensor designs which provide high resolution image recognition and grip sensitivity.
Buddi comes equipped with a highly intricate cloud backed voice recognition engine capable of identifying speech.
The doll also features “Programming on your tablet, Advanced programming on your computer, and remote control on your smart phone.”
Play Pals was the name of the company that manufactured the Good Guy dolls in the original film. In this reboot, though, the company is called Kaslan and this is a statement that was released by Henry Kaslan, the fictional founder of the company:
A message from Henry Kaslan:
Hello, friends! At Kaslan, we believe that happiness is about more than just entertainment. It’s about being known. Understood. Loved. It is our global mission to continue to create innovative and interactive products designed not only to educate and entertain, but to spread friendship across each and every household in the form of technological interconnectivity.
We at Kaslan take great pride in our unwavering focus to revolutionize technology in ways that positively impact the lives of friends across the world. And this, my friends, is our proudest moment. We’ve taken all of our research and learnings and applied them to create not only the most high-tech and interactive toy on the market, but a companion to be enjoyed by the whole family. Every child is important to us, and every child deserves a best friend, so we at Kaslan made it our top priority to build one.
It is with immense enthusiasm and pride that I introduce to you our most cutting edge, technologically advanced Kaslan product to date. Introducing your new best friend, Buddi. Available for pre-order now, Buddi will be joining households across the world starting June 21, 2019.
Thank you, friends!
President and Founder, Kaslan Corporation
Obviously things looks like they are going to be sunshine and rainbows with this new Buddi doll, but we all know that the film will be filled with blood, carnage, and death.
The film has a solid cast with Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West) and Brian Tyree Henry but I could still care less about the movie.
The contemporary reboot will follow a group of kids as they take on a technologically-advanced doll that enters their world. It’s also been reported that the version of Chucky in this film is "a defective 'Buddy doll' whose programming code was hacked so that he has no limitations to learning and also violence."
The movie will be directed by Lars Klevberg, who directed the upcoming horror movie Polaroid, which doesn’t look that good. As for the script, it was written by Tyler Burton Smith (Kung Fury 2). It producers David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith are producing.
Below you’ll find some cartoon-style posters for Buddi. Check ‘em out and let us know if you are hating this movie more and more of if you’re open to what the studio is trying to sell you.