Wednesday, July 10, 2024

New ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Prequel ‘Apartment 7A’ Has Been Rated “R”

Coming this Halloween from the Paramount+ streaming service is Apartment 7A, a brand new prequel to the Roman Polanski horror classic Rosemary’s Baby (1968).

Rosemary’s Baby, an adaptation of the same-titled novel from Ira Levin, is primarily set in the Bramford apartment building in New York City, and that location will be the connective tissue for the upcoming prequel. From director Natalie Erika James (Relic), Apartment 7A will be taking us back to the iconic location for a new story that takes place before Rosemary’s Baby.

The film from Paramount has been rated “R” for “Some violent content and drug use.”

Set in 1965 New York City, the film tells the story prior to the horror classic Rosemary’s Baby, exploring what happened in the apartment before Rosemary Woodhouse moved in.

In Apartment 7A, “When a struggling, young dancer (Garner) suffers a devastating injury, she finds herself drawn in by dark forces when a peculiar, well-connected, older couple promises her a shot at fame.”

Apartment 7A is the perfect way to kick off the Halloween season,” said Jeff Grossman, Executive Vice President, Programming, Paramount+. “Director Natalie Erika James and the prodigious creative team have crafted a chilling and clever new entry into the genre.”

The psychological thriller is a Paramount+ original movie in association with Paramount Pictures and is based on the novel Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin. Directed by James, with a screen story by Skylar James and a script by Natalie Erika James & Christian White and Skylar James, the film is executive produced by Vicki Dee Rock and Alexa Ginsburg, and is produced by John Krasinski, Allyson Seeger, p.g.a, Michael Bay, Andrew Form, p.g.a, and Brad Fuller.

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