If we've learned one thing from modern horror maestro Jordan Peele, it's to listen to his movie titles: In Get Out, yeah, the characters should have done just that. In the upcoming Nope, we're probably all going be saying exactly that. But Olivia Wilde is talking a different approach to her twisted thriller.
If the newest trailer for Don't Worry Darling is any indication, there will be plenty for Florence Pugh's Alice to be concerned about in this Stepfordian psychological thriller. At the onset, Alice is happily married to Jack (Harry Styles) and living a picture-perfect life in the experimental desert community of Victory. The men work for the top-secret Victory Project while the gals perform the role of the ideal 1950s housewife.
"What we've created out here, it's a different way. A better way," Gemma Chan's Shelley, another Victory wife, says in the trailer.
But of course, not everything is as it seems. What exactly is going on — vis-à-vis the Victory Project's true mission, and what is happening inside the homes of Alice's neighbors, and why she is bearing witness to increasingly frightening occurences — remains to be revealed.
Don't Worry Darling marks Wilde's sophomore feature and reunites her with screenwriter Katie Silberman, who also penned the script for 2019's Booksmart. The cast also includes Chris Pine, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll, Kate Berlant, Timothy Simons and Wilde herself.
Don't Worry Darling opens in theaters on September 23. Watch the new trailer now:
And check out the film's first trailer and atmospheric movie poster below.