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Halle Berry, Kate Beckinsale Lead Relativity’s Fall 2015 Release Slate

D.J. Caruso is directing ”The Disappointments Room,“ while Luis Prieto is directing ”Kidnap“

Relativity Studios has announced release dates for its Halle Berry thriller “Kidnap” and the Kate Beckinsale movie “The Disappointments Room,” both of which will hit theaters next fall.

Relativity will release “The Disappointments Room” on Sept. 25, 2015 and “Kidnap” on Oct. 9, 2015.

D.J. Caruso is directing “The Disappointments Room,” which stars Beckinsale, Gerald McRaney (“House of Cards”), Lucas Till (“X-Men: Days of Future Past”) and Mel Raido (“The Informers”).

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“Prison Break” star Wentworth Miller wrote the original screenplay, which Caruso then rewrote. Geyer Kosinski is producing the film, while Relativity’s Ryan Kavanaugh and Tucker Tooley are executive producing with Demarest Films.

Inspired by chilling true events, “The Disappointments Room” tells the story of one family’s terror-filled encounter within their own home. Looking for a fresh start, Dana (Beckinsale) and David (Raido) move into a beautiful old rural home that was everything they dreamed for their young family, including their 5-year-old son Jeremy. Everything changes after frightening and unexplainable events lead Dana to discover a long lost key to a secret room hidden within the attic, unlocking a host of unimaginable horrors that slowly reveal the house’s past is terrifyingly tied with her own.

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As for “Kidnap,” Luis Prieto is directing from a script by Knate Gwaltney, making his feature writing debut. The film will start production this fall, as Relativity acquired U.S. distribution rights from Lotus Entertainment.

“Kidnap” is an action-thriller following a mother (Berry) who will stop at nothing to rescue her kidnapped son.

Di Bonaventura Pictures’ Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Erik Howsam are producing the film. Executive producers are Lotus Entertainment’s Bill Johnson, Jim Seibel, D.J. Gugenheim and Ara Keshishian, alongside Gold Star’s Joey Tufaro and Colin Bates, Gwaltney, Berry and her 666 Films producing partner Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas.