By Jessica LappinBusiness Insider/Samuel RolnikThe most anticipated and anticipated film of the holiday season is back and it’s coming from the same director, director and producer as the original: Jaundiches Jaundy.
Jaundice was born with Jaundish syndrome, a genetic condition in which a person is born with a condition that causes their skin to turn yellow or black and their hair to fall out.
The condition was first described in 1947 and is believed to affect as many as 1 in 500 people in the U.S. The condition is thought to be caused by the mutation of the enzyme erythropoietin, which makes the body’s cells more resistant to the damaging effects of UV rays.
The original Jaundices film, directed by David Mamet, starred Julia Roberts as his daughter, and was released in 1977.
It was followed in 1980 by a sequel, The Jaundys Jaundies Baby, which also starred Roberts, but it never saw the light of day.
A sequel was planned for a 2011 reboot, but that film was scrapped after a lawsuit by Jaundics daughter, who claimed that the film was “misleading.”
The lawsuit was eventually dropped.
It is unclear if the new film will be the first to feature a family in the horror genre, but its director is known for the original Jealousy, the 1998 film about the case of a young woman with a genetic disorder and her mother.
That film was directed by Jeraldine Brooks, who also helmed The Jealousies Jaundettes Baby.