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Fans Can't Stop Talking About M3GAN's Dance Moves In The Movie's Second Trailer

When it comes to upcoming horror films, few can match the buzz of "M3GAN." From its campy tone to the bizarre twist of its premise, the Blumhouse thriller has horror fans talking in a way that few other movies do. Of course, part of that likely comes from how tongue-in-cheek the whole thing seems to be right from the jump. After all, other killer doll franchises like "Child's Play" are well-known for being as silly as they are bloody.

For those not in the know, "M3GAN" follows robotics engineer Gemma (Allison Williams) as she takes in her traumatized niece Cady (Violet McGraw) following a terrible accident. Unfortunately, Gemma's plan to help Cady by pairing her up with a robotic friend named M3gan (Amie Donald/Jenna Davis) goes awry when the living doll begins to take her mission a little too seriously. Luckily, it's not all doom and gloom with the second trailer for the horror film, as M3gan's killer dance moves make a return as well.

Fans can't get enough of M3gan's dance moves

The second trailer for "M3GAN" is here, and fans are happy to report that the murderous robot's wacky dance routine gets even more of a spotlight this time around. As comments below the trailer clearly show, the silliness of the living doll's groovy moves as she intimidates a victim are still among the most buzzworthy aspects of the upcoming film.

"Bruh, imma almost die laughing when she starts dancing," said @braedenjayce8966. @deyaoudienemjedi2821 weighed in on a similar note, writing: "The dance scene gets me every time." Indeed, nearly all of the comments below the second trailer were largely positive, meaning that producers already planning a sequel to the movie following the reactions on social media are unlikely to be disappointed.

"The most famous dance of the horror doll moment. It's always hilarious to see," wrote @LuisFBento. Honestly, comments like this just go to show that horror movies can be as fun as they are creepy and still succeed. After all, viewers can just look at the buzz for the similarly silly "Cocaine Bear" for another example to that point (via BuzzFeed). Either way, horror hounds can look forward to seeing more of M3gan's uncanny valley chills and chuckles when she dances her way into theaters on January 6, 2023.