Moviegoers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will be watching the film Spawn 2, starring Tom Hardy and Emma Stone, in cinemas on Wednesday.
The film, which stars the likes of Michael Keaton and Robert Downey Jr., will open in the United States on December 22.
It is set in the fictional New York City of the 1930s, in which a group of teenagers find a mysterious baby girl in the sewers and raise her.
The movie was directed by the late Steven Spielberg, who is currently working on the new film.
The plot of the movie centres around a family of five, who are separated when a mysterious creature arrives in their neighbourhood.
A father-and-daughter team of teenagers try to reunite the family in a remote forest, where the child is revealed to be a creature of myth.
“It’s not a Spawn movie, but a classic Spawn movie,” said one fan.
“That’s the difference between Spawn and The Dark Knight Rises.”
Spawn 2 was released in theaters on December 12, and is set to open on December 28 in the US.
However, the film has received mixed reviews, with critics comparing it to The Blair Witch Project.
“Spawn 2 is an action film with a bit of a supernatural feel, which is all good, except the movie doesn’t take place in the real world at all,” said The New York Times.
“There are no real monsters or real zombies, which I guess makes it a little bit more realistic.”
In a tweet, the actor and director said that he was “proud” of the film, but added that he would not be seeing the film.
“I was just told by a producer that we won’t be showing it,” he wrote.
“We are not afraid of the public’s reaction.”
Another fan commented: “The sequel to Spawn was pretty terrible.
A few scenes in particular were really bad.
The last time I saw the film was when Tom Hardy was playing the villain in the final scene.”
“We’re so glad that this sequel isn’t happening.”
While the sequel is not yet available to view, the director of the documentary film, filmmaker Sam Fassbender, said that they will be screening it on Tuesday, November 29.
The sequel will also be released on DVD and Blu-ray, along with an audio commentary from Fassbow’s co-director, David Ellison, and the writer/director of the upcoming feature The Girl on the Train, David Harewood.
The official trailer for the film is expected to be released this week.