Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson’s Intense Connection in ‘Fatal Attraction’ Trailer


Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson are heating up the screen in the trailer of the new series adaptation of the 1987 classic thriller, Fatal Attraction. The upcoming miniseries, airing at the end of April on Paramount+, will showcase both stars in their roles as Alex Forrest and Dan Gallagher, whose affair results in dangerous consequences.

Written and executive produced by Alexandra Cunningham, this “Fatal Attraction” series gives a modern take on marriage and infidelity. The iconic scenes of the original movie have been re-imagined to reflect contemporary issues such as mental illness and coercive control. The trailer also reveals that there will be no bunny boiling this time around, as all fans of the cult classic will recall.

While Glenn Close gave a memorable and haunting performance as Alex Forrest in the original film, Lizzy Caplan is sure to make a strong impression in the series. This time, viewers will get to explore Alex’s backstory and understand her actions more deeply. Caplan has stated that the new series gives more depth to its characters and no longer portrays one as a villain and the other as a hero.

Paramount+ is the subscription video on-demand service owned and operated by ViacomCBS. It provides a wide library of content such as recent TV shows and movies. It was initially known as CBS All Access and rebranded in 2021. It recently has gained momentum for its exclusives such as special series of ‘The Office’ and ‘Frasier. This streaming service is available in the US, Canada, Australia and many other countries.

Adrian Lyne is an English filmmaker who directed the original Fatal Attraction movie. He was famous for writing and directing suspenseful dramas such as ‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Indecent Proposal’. His filmography also includes hits like ‘Flashdance’ and ‘Unfaithful’. Aside from his directorial works, Lyne has been a producer and screenwriter too. He recently finished post-production for the upcoming horror film The Night House.