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Fresh off his critically-acclaimed performance in Room, nine-year-old Jacob Tremblay teams up with Naomi Watts in the first trailer for the upcoming thriller Shut In. Horror fans who have been obsessed with Stranger Things as of late will also notice that Charlie Heaton, who played the mild-mannered Jonathan Byers on that Netflix series, also stars as the son of Naomi Watts' Mary, who has been left in a catatonic state after a tragic accident that claimed the life of her husband. This new trailer reveals that Mary's life is about to be turned upside down again after she takes in a young client.
The story is set in rural New England, where Naomi Watts' Mary balances her work as a child psychologist with taking care of her son, who can't move or speak since the accident. She takes in a troubled young boy as her foster son, who »
"Something's going on and it's not just in my head, I can prove it!" EuropaCorp has released the first trailer for a new thriller titled Shut In, from director Farren Blackburn. The film stars Naomi Watts as a child psychologist who moves to a big house in the middle of rural New England with her new foster care child, played by Jacob Tremblay (of last year's film Room), along with her other brain dead son. While at first she seems threatened by him, it turns out they're both being haunted by a "bad guy trying to kill them". Oh boy, watch out. This trailer reveals quite a bit of twists, including that it might be a supernatural thriller of sorts. Also starring Charlie Heaton, Oliver Platt, David Cubitt and Crystal Balint. Take a look below. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Farren Blackburn's Shut In, originally from USA »
- Alex Billington
2 items from 2016
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