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Ben Affleck & Ana de Armas Deal With Sex & Murder In Deep Water Trailer – Screen Rant

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The official Deep Water trailer arrives revealing Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ complicated marriage and its gradual unraveling.
The official Deep Water trailer arrives revealing Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ complicated marriage and its gradual unraveling. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s 1957 novel of the same name, the psychological thriller centers on Vic and Melinda Van Allen, a married couple who seem to be falling out of love and begin playing deadly mind games against one another in an effort to keep the spice in their marriage. However, when their games begin seeing those around them die and sees the two testing each other in increasingly worse fashion, their marriage may not be the only thing at stake.
Alongside Affleck and de Armas, the cast for Deep Water includes Tracy Letts, Rachel Blanchard, Lil Rel Howery, Finn Wittrock, Jacob Elordi, Dash Mihok and Kristen Connolly. Development on the film has languished for nearly a decade with Fatal Attraction‘s Adrian Lyne signing on to direct in 2013 before finally gaining steam in 2019 as Affleck and de Armas signed on to star and Disney acquired the rights to the project for 20th Century Studios. After multiple COVID-related delays, Deep Water is gearing up to hit Hulu this month.
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With just under two weeks remaining until the film’s arrival, 20th Century Studios has unveiled the official Deep Water trailer. The video shows Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas having a complicated marriage as the latter sleeps around with other people, to the increasing frustration of the former. Check out the tense trailer below:
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The official Deep Water trailer offers plenty of tantalizing looks at the psychological thriller and the complicated marriage between Affleck and de Armas. The film is not Affleck’s first time diving into a troublesome relationship for a screen adaptation of an acclaimed novel, having previously starred in David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. Similar to Deep Water, the 2014 film centered on Affleck as his marriage begins to unravel due to the shady actions of his wife as she fakes her kidnapping and sets him up as the scapegoat.
In addition to Affleck’s return to the genre, Deep Water also marks director Adrian Lyne’s proper return to the erotic psychological thriller he became known for in the ’80s and ’90s, as well as his first film behind the director’s chair in 20 years. Lyne famously helmed Fatal Attraction, which scored six Oscar nominations including Best Director, the critically panned Indecent Proposal and Lolita remake and the fan-favorite Unfaithful, for which star Diane Lane earned both a Golden Globe and Oscar nomination. Only time will tell how Lyne’s genre return fares against his past work when Deep Water premieres on Hulu on March 18.
More: Every Upcoming Ben Affleck Movie
Source: 20th Century Studios
Grant Hermanns is a News Writer, Interviewer and Hiring Manager for Screen Rant, having joined the team in early 2021. Way back in 2015 while still in his college days, Grant got his start in the entertainment journalism industry with creator-friendly site Moviepilot until it shuttered nearly three years later. From there he joined the staff at ComingSoon.net and was its Associate Editor prior to coming over to Screen Rant. To say he’s a lover of film and television would be an understatement and when he’s not mass consuming either you can find him exploring the world of Dungeons & Dragons with friends or slowly making his way through his gaming backlog.

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