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'The Babysitter: Killer Queen': Meet Bella Thorne, Jenna Ortega, Robbie Amell and rest of cast of Netflix film

Cole's crazy babysitter might be gone, but her cult members are back to have some messy and gory fun at the poor kid's expense another time in the sequel

It is the aftermath of Netflix's 2018 teen gorefest that saw Cole Johnson being almost sacrificed as part of a satanic cult ritual at the hands of his babysitter Bee and her friends. The plot of the sequel titled 'The Babysitter: Killer Queen' sees all the faces return after the cult disappeared. "Cole continues to be haunted by the horrific events of that night. Everyone in his life thinks he has lost his mind since Bee and all of her friends disappeared, making Cole’s story hard to believe," reveals the official synopsis, adding: "He is still hopelessly smitten with his best friend and next-door neighbor Melanie – the only one who believes his story – who convinces him to forget the past and come to a party thrown at a nearby lake. But when old enemies unexpectedly return, Cole will once again have to outsmart the forces of evil and survive the night." While Samara Weaving is not returning as Bee to lead the cast, here are all the familiar faces reprising their roles in 'Killer Queen'.

Judah Lewis as Cole Johnson

Judah Lewis attends the premiere of Netflix's 'The Christmas Chronicles'
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Lewis returns as the now teenage star of the plot around whose traumatizing experience the story revolves. With no one believing, and Cole hopelessly pining for Melanie, one can only imagine the millions of different ways things could go wrong a second time around. Lewis, who has also grown considerably alongside the little child that Cole was in the first movie, is known for his works in 'Summer of 84', 'Deliverance Creek', 'Demolition' and also a recurring role in the 2016 television series 'Game of Silence'.

Hana Mae Lee as Sonya

Hana Mae Lee attends the LA premiere of Epix's 'Perpetual Grace, LTD' (Getty Images)

Known for playing Lilly Onakuramara in the 'Pitch Perfect' film series (2012–2017), Lee's character Sonya was a part of Bee's cult and had died in the first movie. Yet somehow she is back to raise more hell and make Cole's life miserable in the sequel. Lee is also known for her fashion line Hanamahn.

Robbie Amell as Max

Robbie Amell attends Mike Tyson Celebrity Golf Tournament in support of Standing United (Getty Images)

Before he wowed and amazed us all with his range in the Amazon Prime sci-fi comedy 'Upload', Amell had already been the star of a number of teen comedies and romcoms, including the movies 'The Duff' and 'Code 8'. Amell plays the role of Max, another of Bee's cult-members, fitting the naive jock stereotype.

Bella Thorne as Allison

Bella Thorne walks the red carpet at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party (Getty Images)

Having recently stormed and what some might label scammed her audience on OnlyFans, Thorne is returning to the Netflix horror as the femme fatale Allison. Remember how pissed she was that her one goal of staying eternally gorgeous was scarred by the injuries in the original film? That exactly might be the reason why she returns for revenge round 2.

Emily Alyn Lind as Melanie

Emily Alyn Lind attends the premiere of Warner Bros Pictures' 'Doctor Sleep'
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The official plot reveals Melanie is going to drag Cole into a party where he is once again greeted by past trauma. Could Cole's dream girl be the person behind the villains seeking their revenge? Is she the new Queen Bee? Or will she be Cole's night in shining armor? While we wait for the tragedy to unfold, it's worth knowing that the reason Lind's face seems so familiar is that she started off as a child star a while ago, with a recurring role as young Amanda Clarke on ABC's 'Revenge', and as Ariel on the CBS medical drama 'Code Black'.

Andrew Bachelor as John

Andrew Bachelor aka King Bach attends California Strong Celebrity Softball Game (Getty Images)

The King Bach of Vine made his feature role debut with the original film in 2017. He was the resident goofball amongst the other very intense, very headstrong cult members trying to sacrifice Cole. Bachelor's on-screen person was an exact representation of his Vine personality when the OG micro-vlogging app used to be popular around 2015-'16.

Jenna Ortega as Phoebe

Jenna Ortega attends the premiere of Focus Features' 'Emma' (Getty Images)

Perhaps the most exciting addition to the cast of the slasher horror is Ortega who stole hearts and won us all over as Ellie in Netflix's equally creepy thriller You's Season 2. Ortega was also very popular as Gina Rodriguez's younger version of the titular role in 'Jane the Virgin'. She plays the role of Phoebe, who can be seen helping Cole out in his misadventures through the sequel's action-packed scenes. 

Leslie Bibb and Ken Marino also star as Cole's Mom and Dad in 'The Babysitter: Killer Queen' premiering on Thursday, September 10, only on Netflix.