Dark Water

(2005)

Acclaimed director Walter Salles ( Central Station, The Motorcycle Diaries ) helms and Academy-award-winner Jennifer Connelly stars in DARK WATER, a psychological thriller featuring a stellar cast, including Academy Award-nominees John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, and Pete Postlethwaite, as well as Dougray Scott and newcomer Ariel Gade. Based on a film by the creators of the Japanese version of The Ring comes this haunting, chilling film about a young mother who goes to extreme lengths to solve a mystery and protect her daughter. Dahlia Williams (JENNIFER CONNELLY) is starting a new life; newly separated with a new job and a new apartment, she s determined to put her relationship with her estranged husband behind her and devote herself to raising her daughter, Ceci. But when the strained separation disintegrates into a bitter custody battle, her situation takes a turn for the worse. Her new apartment dilapidated, cramped, and worn seems to take on a life of its own. Mysterious noises, persistent leaks of dark water, and strange happenings cause her imagination to run wild, sending her on a puzzling and mystifying pursuit to find out who is behind the endless mind games. As Dahlia frantically searches for the links between the riddles, the dark water seems to close around her. But one thing trumps all others in Dahlia's world: no matter what it is that s out there, she'll stop at nothing to find it.

Go Behind-the-Scenes of ‘Dark Water’

Touchstone Pictures have unveiled an all new look behind-the-scenes of the upcoming Jennifer Connelly thriller, Dark Water.

Acclaimed director Walter Salles (Central Station, The Motorcycle Diaries) helms and Academy-award-winner Jennifer Connelly stars in Dark Water, a psychological thriller featuring a stellar cast, including Academy Award-nominees John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, and Pete Postlethwaite, as well as Dougray Scott and newcomer Ariel Gade.

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New Photos from ‘King Kong’, ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’, ‘Dark Water’, ‘Saraband’, & ‘The Island’

We've recently updated our database with a slew of new images from some very highly anticipated films. Select a film below to gain access to their newly update 'Movie Stills' galleries, where you can access either the high or low resolution versions of the photos.

Peter Jackson will bring his sweeping cinematic vision to the iconic story of the gigantic ape-monster captured in the wilds and brought to civilization where he meets his tragic fate. The screenplay by Jackson, Walsh and Boyens is based on the original story by Merian C. Cooper and Edgar Wallace, which became the classic 1933 RKO Radio Pictures film, directed by adventurers Cooper and Ernest B. Schoesdack. Jackson will employ the latest motion picture technology to cinematically portray the timeless tale of the beast and his beauty. He will expand on the chapters of the tale that take place in the mysterious and dangerous jungles of Skull Island, and his Kong promises to be a unique and breathtaking creation.

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EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Connelly talks ‘Dark Water’

Based on a 2002 Japanese movie of the same name, this summer's Dark Water is shaping up to be a major contender. A chilling psychological thriller, the film stars Academy Award-winner Jennifer Connelly along with Academy Award-nominees John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, and Pete Postlethwaite. I recently spoke with Jennifer on the phone about the film. She seemed genuinely happy with the finished project, directed by Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries). And I really have to thank Jennifer for calling me back after I lost the signal on my cell phone twice during our conversation...

You've been doing this since you were a little kid. Do you ever feel like retiring from the acting business?

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14 New Photos from ‘Dark Water’

Touchstone Pictures have provided MovieWeb with 14 new photos from their upcoming thriller, Dark Water, starring Jennifer Connelly, John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, Dougray Scott, Pete Postlethwaite, Ariel Gade, Perla Haney-Jardine, Camryn Manheim and Shelley Duvall.

Hitting theaters on July 8th, Dark Water revolves around a mother and daughter who escape an ugly custody battle with the girl's father by retreating to a dilapidated apartment building. Instead of finding solace, though, they are haunted by the ghost of a young girl whose family used to live there.

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‘Dark Water’ moves to July 8th

Touchstone Pictures' chilling new psychological thriller, Dark Water, will now open on July 8th, one month ahead of its previously scheduled release date, it was announced today (March 31) by Chuck Viane, president of Buena Vista Pictures Distribution. The film, starring Academy Award®-winning actress Jennifer Connelly, and helmed by acclaimed director Walter Salles ("The Motorcycle Diaries"), is produced by Bill Mechanic, Roy Lee, and Doug Davison. Based on a film by the creators of the Japanese version of "The Ring," Dark Water also stars Oscar® nominees John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, and Pete Postelthwaite, along with Dougray Scott, and Camryn Manheim. Rafael Yglesias wrote the screenplay. Angelo Badalamenti ("Mulholland Drive," "A Very Long Engagement") composed the score.

Directed by acclaimed director Walter Salles, Dark Water is a psychological thriller about a young mother who goes to extreme lengths to solve a mystery and protect her daughter. Dahlia Williams (Jennifer Connelly) is starting a new life; newly separated with a new job and a new apartment. She's determined to put her relationship with her estranged husband behind her and devote herself to raising her daughter, Ceci. But when the strained separation disintegrates into a bitter custody battle, her situation takes a turn for the worse. Her new apartment -- dilapidated, cramped, and worn -- seems to take on a life of its own. Mysterious noises, persistent leaks of dark water, and strange happenings cause her imagination to run wild, sending her on a puzzling and mystifying pursuit to find out who is behind the endless mind games. As Dahlia frantically searches for the links between the riddles, the dark water seems to close in around her. But one thing trumps all others in Dahlia's world: no matter what it is that's out there, she'll stop at nothing to find it.

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