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‘Slender Man’ movie will not be shown in theaters near Milwaukee-area where two girls stabbed their friend 19 times because of the fictional character

  • The new horror film will not be shown in the Milwaukee and Waukesha counties
  • Marcus Theaters, Wisconsin’s largest chain, made the decision ‘out of respect’
  • Payton Leutner nearly died after her friends …

The new Slender Man movie will open in theaters across America on Friday, but residents in the Milwaukee and Waukesha counties will need to go elsewhere to catch it

Marcus Theaters, the largest theater chain in the state, will spare residents a reminder of the stabbing tragedy connected to Slenderman that almost left a 12-year-old girl dead

The film comes four years after Anissa Weier (pictured) and Morgan Geyser lured Leutner to a wooded park in Waukesha and nearly stabbed her to death
Geyser is pictured here in her mugshot after the stabbing

Geyser stabbed Leutner (pictured) 19 times, narrowly missing her heart, as Weier urged her on

The horror film (pictured) follows a group of high school girls who perform a ritual to debunk the lore of Slenderman, only to potentially become his next victims

Weier and Geyser (pictured) were both convicted but found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect
Geyser was sentenced to 40 years in a mental hospital and Weier (pictured) was sentenced to 25 years in a mental hospital

Leutner is now a high school sophomore. Her mother recently revealed she has  25 'uncomfortable' scars that are 'still red and angry more than three years later'