"Dream House" (movie) is a suspense thriller starring Daniel Craig ("Cowboys & Aliens," "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"), Naomi Watts ("The Ring," "Fair Game") and Oscar-winner Rachel Weisz ("The Constant Gardener," "The Lovely Bones").

Once upon a time, there were two little girls who lived in a house. "Dream House" is about a family that unknowingly moves into a home where grisly murders were committed…only to uncover even darker mysteries within its walls.

Successful publisher Will Atenton (Craig) quit a high-power job in Manhattan to relocate his wife, Libby (Weisz), and two girls to a quaint New England town.

But as they settle into their new life, they discover their perfect home was the murder scene of a mother and her children. And the entire city believes it was at the hands of the husband who survived.

When Will investigates, he's not sure if he's starting to see ghosts or if the tragic story is just hitting too close to home. His only clues come from a mysterious neighbor who knew those who were lost.

And as Will and Ann piece together the haunting puzzle, they must find out who murdered the family in Will's dream house before he returns to kill again.

Joining Craig, Watts and Weisz in the film are Marton Csokas ("Alice in Wonderland") as Ann's ex-husband, Jack; Elias Koteas ("The Fourth Kind") as the mysterious stranger Boyce; and Jane Alexander ("The Unborn") as Dr. Greeley.

Academy Award-nominated director Jim Sheridan ("In America," "In the Name of the Father") helms "Dream House" from a screenplay by David Loucka ("House at the End of the Street").

The film is produced by Morgan Creek's James G. Robinson ("The Good Shepherd," "Exorcist: The Beginning") and David Robinson ("Georgia Rule," "Sydney White"), as well as producers Daniel Bobker ("The Brothers Grimm," "The Skeleton Key") and Ehren Kruger ("The Ring," "The Skeleton Key").

Key crew on the production of "Dream House" includes Oscar-nominated cinematographer Caleb Deschanel ("The Passion of the Christ," "National Treasure"), editors Glen Scantlebury ("Transformers," "A Nightmare on Elm Street") and Barbara Tulliver ("Signs," "Brooklyn's Finest"), production designer Carol Spier ("A History of Violence," "Silent Hill") , costume designer Delphine White ("Bulletproof Monk," "Scanners") and Academy Award-nominated composer John Debney ("Sin City," "Iron Man 2"). Rick Nicita and Mike Drake ("The Number 23") serve as the film's executive producers.


Runtime: 92 mins.
Release Date: September 30, 2011
Tagline: Once upon a time, there were two little girls who lived in a house.
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Production Companies:
Morgan Creek Productions
Bobker/Kruger Films

Post a Comment
Display Name
E-mail (optional)
(not displayed with comment)
URL (optional)
  BB code and links are not permitted.