Jennifer Lawrence paces in shadowy settings as dangerous voices swirl around her in the first trailer for Darren Aronofsky's “Mother.” “What has brought you to me,” Jennifer’s voice can be heard as she walks around an empty apartment. From this teaser trailer, we feel that Jennifer Lawrence’s life is at risk. Publicity for the suspense film has been silent for months now, with plot details remaining increasingly spare.

Jennifer Lawrence is terrified

As the clip rolls on, the dialogues become more desperate with Jennifer’s character saying, “Who is there?” and “Come back because they’re insane.” When she opens the door, a flurry of images flashes by, including a struggling wasp on the floor.

Lawrence is shown screaming throughout the trailer, and we feel that a stranger is about to kill her. As the trailer progresses, we get a handful of new details. The trailer has dialogues between Javier Bardem and Jennifer Lawrence.

Since her Oscar-nominated character in “Winter’s Bone,” Jennifer has been one of the best and most successful Hollywood stars, showing off her versatility in several genres. Whether it’s a science fiction movie (“X-Men” and “Passengers”) or an action film (“The Hunger Games”), the “Silver Linings Playbook” actress proves that she has no limits when it comes to entertaining fans.

Her new film

The story revolves around a couple whose relationship is tested when some strangers enter their home, creating a mess for them.

Slash Film reports that “Mother” is in final works and may be released on September 15, 2017, by Paramount Pictures.

Directed by Darren Aronofsky, “Mother” stars Jennifer Lawrence, Michelle Pfeiffer, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, Domhnall Gleeson, Kristen Wiig and Brian Gleeson in the leading characters.

The movie will reportedly compete for the Golden Lion at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. In November 2015, Deadline reported that Darren was eyeing a fall start of his next project, and Jennifer was in talks to join the movie. In January 2016, multiple reports revealed that Paramount Pictures had acquired the international distribution rights to the film.

Domhnall Gleeson, Ed Harris, Brian Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer were added to the cast in May 2016.

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While preparing for the film, the director has turned his Twitter account into a “Mother” fan page. He has shared dozens of posters for the film to create excitement among fans. By the end of this month, fans and critics will finally see the film at the Venice Film Festival. Paramount Pictures seems to have enough confidence in the prospects of the film. In July 2017, Collider reported that the studio had moved its release date from October 12 to September 15.