Deep Water First Trailer: Ben Affleck, Ana de Armas Star in Thriller

All bowed to the return of Adrian Lyne, whose last “Deep Water” hit Hulu on March 18.

Cue panting and whispering quietly: We have a new one Adrian Lyne psychological thriller, porn on… our fingers.

The First Look For “Deep Water” Finally Arrived Just In Time For Valentine’s Day, With The Stars Starring Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas as a couple with a dark secret.

Lyne, who previously directed “Fatal Attraction” and “Indecent Proposal,” is directing the Zach Helm and Sam Levinson-written adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s “Deep Water” novel. The film was originally slated to hit theaters in the fall of 2020, then pushed to theaters in January 2022, but will now premiere on Hulu on March 18.

Affleck and de Armas play Vic and Melinda Van Allen, a seemingly perfect couple who engage in dangerous mind games that lead to murder. The couple pushed back the divorce when stuck in a loveless marriage by letting each other marry lovers. But things turned messy when Highsmith splashed acid on the facade of American suburban life.

Tracy Letts, Lil Rel Howery, Dash Mihok, Finn Wittrock, Kristen Connolly, Jacob Elordi, Rachel Blanchard, Michael Braun, Jade Fernandez, Grace Jenkins, Brendan C. Miller, Devyn Tyler and Jeff Pope also co-star.

“Something is wrong with me,” de Armas whispers in the trailer.

“I have something, too,” Affleck reassured his on-screen wife before touching her intimately.

As the tagline “Deep Water” warns, “A love story is never the whole story.”

Adriane Lyne’s last film was “Unfaithful”, 2002, which earned Diane Lane an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.

As for “Deep Water,” it’s the second de Armas film to be delayed: Her Marilyn Monroe biopic “Blonde” was previously scheduled for release on Netflix in 2021, but had rumored to be screening at Cannes 2022 as Selection Out of the Competition. Manager Andrew Dominik confirmed the movie will have an NC-17 rating. If so, it would be the first Netflix title to receive a movie.

“Blonde” was shot in 2019, and Dominik said the film was locked out after Netflix “insistent” on hiring “Tenet” editor Jennifer Lame to “limit the film’s excesses.” While Dominik said to Daily screen had “work involved” in making the Cuban star “sound American”, de Armas was “fuck it awesome” as Monroe.

Watch the trailer for “Deep Water” below. It premieres on Hulu on March 18.

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