As far back as the occupants can recall, the lodging activities of Chicago's Cabrini Green area were threatened by the informal phantom tale about the otherworldly executioner Daniel Robitaille, otherwise known as the Candyman, effectively brought by those setting out to rehash his name multiple times into a mirror.
In the current day, 10 years after the remainder of the Cabrini towers were destroyed, a visual craftsman named Anthony McCoy and his better half, a workmanship exhibition chief named Brianna Cartwright, moved into an extravagant space condominium in Cabrini, presently improved to the point of being indistinguishable and possessed by the upwardly versatile recent college grads. With Anthony's painting profession near the very edge of slowing down, a possibility experience with a Cabrini Green old folk opens Anthony to the shockingly awful nature of the genuine story behind the Candyman.
Restless to keep up with his status in the Chicago craftsmanship world, Anthony starts to investigate these shocking subtleties in his studio as new grist for artworks, accidentally making a way for a complex past that disentangles his own mental stability and releases the unnervingly popular flood of savagery that puts him on a crash course with his predetermination.
Actors: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
Directors: Nia DaCosta
Writers: Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld, Nia DaCosta
Producers: Ian Cooper, Win Rosenfeld, Jordan Peele