The trailer for Blake Lively’s next thriller is here, and it’s going to haunt you for the rest of the day

Attention, weird center circle on the venn diagram of “Blake Lively Fans” and “Horror Film Junkies”! We’ve got news for you. The trailer for All I See Is You, starring Ms. Lively, dropped, and it’s…well, we basically have nightmares already. At first it looks like a pretty sweet little film. But quickly the music and overall visual creep-factor tips you off to the fact that Blake Lively should probably be seeing someone else… Like, the police.

All I See Is You follows Lively’s character, Gina, as she navigates a world she can see for the first time.


She’s been blind since a childhood car accident took both her parents, and her vision, in one fell swoop. It’s written and directed by Marc Forster, who also did World War Z and Monster’s Ball, so we’re expecting things to get pretty weird.

And they will! When asked about his filmmaking process, Forster explained the motivation for the visuals:

“When I make a film, my visuals are always guided by the motivation of both the character and the story. In this case, I wanted to find a way to tell a story without the limitations of traditional narrative devices, where I could literally embody a painter and create innovative and fluid visuals.

So, like, this film looks to be creepy by design. Since we think of Blake Lively as Queen of many of our YA faves, it’s a little disorienting to see her in this, but hey! We’re pretty sure we already love it.

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