What movies in 2017 needed was more Blake Lively, and apparently also more creepy children’s choir covers of Beach Boys’ songs (fact-check: we didn’t need that last one!)
In All I See Is You, directed by Marc Forster, Lively plays a blind woman, Gina, whose sight is restored via cornea surgery. It’s supposed to be the last piece of her perfect life with husband James (Jason Clarke), but the marriage is unexpectedly challenged.
The trailer starts out looking like a Nicholas Sparks romance, but once Gina’s sight comes back it starts to get a little freaky; flashes of strange images, blurring title cards, and a bloody spot creeping into the whites of Lively’s eyes.
“Did you love me more before?” she asks.
“When you were blind?” he replies. “I could ask you the same thing.”
All I See Is You premieres Oct. 27.