You had us at Julianne Moore and Amy Adams.
The ginger goddesses are teaming up for "The Woman in the Window," a thriller based on the A.J. Finn book and directed by Joe Wright ("The Darkest Hour," "Atonement," "Pride & Prejudice").
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Julianne Moore is in "negotiations" to join Amy Adams, who is already on board as "a child psychologist with severe agoraphobia (and a penchant for mixing alcohol with her medication) who hasn’t left her house in months. The woman believes she witnessed a horrible crime involving a new neighboring family but no one, including the police, will believe her." Moore would play the mother of a mysterious young boy who moves in across the street.
It sounds a lot like "The Girl on the Train," but apparently the story is a nod to Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window." Maybe it's a mix of both, as well as just a classic thriller. Actor/playwright/screenwriter Tracy Letts ("August: Osage County") wrote the script.
Amy Adams is on a troubled-but-fascinating protagonist streak, currently heating up HBO's Sunday night lineup with "Sharp Objects." We're looking forward to seeing her in "The Woman in the Window," but it doesn't have release date quite yet.
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