In anticipation to the movie hitting the small screen next month, NBC released the first trailer to the remake of the iconic psychological thriller “Rosemary’s Baby,” which will star Zoe Saldaña.
And the preview is pretty creepy.
Saldaña plays Rosemary, whose perfect life becomes even more perfect when her husband suddenly strikes it rich. She gets pregnant, but it’s not all flowers and sunshine when things take a bizarre turn into the supernatural.
Rosemary’s doctor creepily tells her that “there are some things in this ultrasound that I’ve never seen before.”
The trailer’s suspenseful clips shows Rosemary doubting everyone around her, including the baby she is carrying.
“There are witches in my building,” Saldaña is seen telling her on-screen husband, Patrick J. Adams, whose character seems to have a larger role in the miniseries.
NBC’s two-part miniseries is an adaptation of Ira Levin’s 1967 best-selling thriller, which was brought to the big screen by Roman Polanski in 1968 with Mia Farrow in the lead role.
The first part of the four-hour miniseries debuts on Mother’s Day, May 11, on NBC, followed by the conclusion on May 15.