Blumhouse and Universal have released the first trailer for the upcoming movie that reunites star Kevin Bacon with David Koepp.
The official description reads, “Theo Conroy (Bacon) is a successful middle-aged man whose marriage to his much younger actress wife, Susanna (Amanda Seyfried) is shredding at the seams, frayed by her secretiveness, his jealousy, and the shadow of his past. In an effort to repair their relationship, Theo and Susanna book a vacation at a stunning, remote modern home in the Welsh countryside for themselves and their six-year-old daughter, Ella (Avery Essex). What at first seems like a perfect retreat distorts into a perfect nightmare when Theo’s grasp on reality begins to unravel and he suspects that a sinister force within the house knows more than he or Susanna have revealed, even to each other.”
Check out the trailer for You Should Have Left below:
The film was announced back in March of 2018 with Jason Blum serving as a producer on the film under his Blumhouse Productions banner. Seyfried later joined the cast in June of that same year with Geof Zanelli now composing the film’s score.
The movie is based on the novel by best-selling German literary sensation Daniel Kehlmann, while the film was written and directed by David Koepp. This adds to Koepp’s impressive resume of writing credits, which includes Death Becomes Her, Jurassic Park, Mission: Impossible, Panic Room, and Spider-Man. He also wrote and directed Bacon in the rather underrated Stir of Echoes back in 1999.
Originally intended for theatrical release, Universal just announced that it will be releasing the Blumhouse Productions’ You Should Have Left on Premium on-Demand June 19. This is, of course, due to the pandemic and lack of theatrical exhibition. Blumhouse did have success releasing The Invisible Man on-demand just a short month after it was exceeding expectations at the box office.
Here’s a poster for the film as well:
Check out You Should Have Left on-demand everywhere June 19th.
Source: Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions