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Based on the 2014 horror short of the same name, Atomic Monster and Blumhouse’s Night Swim is written and directed by Bryce McGuire. Ray Waller (Wyatt Russell) is a former major league baseball player who was forced into early retirement by a degenerative illness. Secretly hoping to return to pro ball, Ray persuades his wife Eve (Kerry Condon) that their new home’s shimmering backyard swimming pool will be fun for the kids and provide physical therapy for him–but a dark secret in the home’s past threatens to drag the family under. Distributed by Universal Pictures, Night Swim is produced by James Wan, the filmmaker behind the Saw, Insidious, and The Conjuring franchises, and Blumhouse’s Jason Blum (January 5th, 2024).
From Lionsgate and Blumhouse comes the original horror story Imaginary, which taps into the innocence of imaginary friends. When Jessica (DeWanda Wise) moves back into her childhood home with her family, her youngest stepdaughter Alice (Pyper Braun) develops a strange attachment to a stuffed bear she discovers in the house. As Alice’s behavior becomes more and more concerning, Jessica intervenes only to realize that this is much more than a stuffed toy bear. Imaginary is directed by Jeff Wadlow (Fantasy Island $27.3M domestic/$49.4M global, Truth or Dare $41.4M domestic/$95.3M global) and hits theaters on March 8th.
Jeymes Samuel’s The Book of Clarence is a bold take on the timeless Biblical-era epic. Streetwise and down-on-his-luck, Clarence (LaKeith Stanfield) struggles to find a better life for his family. Captivated by the power and glory of the rising Messiah and His apostles, he risks everything to carve his own path to a divine life, discovering that the redemptive power of belief may be his only way out. The film co-stars David Oyelowo, Alfre Woodard, Omar Sy, Anna Diop, Teyana Taylor, James McAvoy, and Benedict Cumberbatch (January 12th).
Writer/director Michel Franco’s Memory follows two people learning how to start over with each other. Sylvia (Jessica Chastain) is a social worker who finds her life turned upside down when Saul (Peter Sarsgaard) follows her home from their high school reunion. The surprise encounter opens a door to the past (December 22nd NY/LA, January 5th).
Night Swim (January 5th)
Imaginary (March 8th)
The Book of Clarence (January 12th)
Memory (In select theaters December 22nd)