The first trailer for "Shut In" debuted today, and it stars Watts as a child therapist whose own son (Charlie Heaton from "Stranger Things") is in a vegetative state after a car accident. She takes on a new client, Tom (Tremblay), but he runs away into the cold winter night and is presumed dead. The key word is "presumed," because soon, Watts believes he's haunting her.
Or maybe it's all just in her head, as her own therapist (Oliver Platt) believes. Whatever is going on, it's creepy AF, as something appears to be messing with her son, hiding in a tiny cellar, and whispering things while she's int he bath.
"Shut In" opens in theaters November 11.
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Mary Portman (Naomi Watts) is a widowed child psychologist who lives in isolation in rural Maine. The horrific car accident that killed her husband also left her 18-year-old stepson Stephen (Charlie Heaton) in a bedridden, catatonic state, leaving him completely dependent on her. When one of Portman's young patients vanishes without a trace, she becomes convinced that the boy's (Jacob Tremblay) ghost is now in the house as a dangerous ice storm starts to wreak havoc outside. Read More