In Don’t Let Go UK Trailer David Oyelowo Gets A Call From The Dead!

What if you lost your family in tragic circumstances and you were given a chance to change things? I’m sure majority of us would jump at the chance and in Don’t Let Go David Oyelowo will too.

Ahead of it’s UK cinema release later this month, Universal Pictures has released the UK version of the Trailer. Oyelowo play’s a cop who gets a call from the past and the dead.

After a man’s family dies in what appears to be a murder, he gets a phone call from one of the dead, his niece. He’s not sure if she’s a ghost or if he’s going mad, but as it turns out, he’s not.

Storm Reid playing Oyelowo’s niece and her and the cast seem to pull this one off. In a film that does have very familiar tropes many reviews say Oyelowo keeps us invested. Finger’s crossed they do…

When LAPD detective Jack Radcliff receives a panicked call from his beloved niece Ashley, he rushes to her home to discover that she and her family have been murdered. Days afterward, Ashley reaches out and calls Jack again, with the cell phone connection bridging the past with the present, Jack and Ashley realise they can work together to alter future events. Questioning his sanity, racing against time, and uncovering dangerous secrets, Jack faces impossible odds to save the person he loves the most, A classic thriller with a supernatural twist, Don’t Let Go stars David Oyelowo and Storm Reid, and is the newest release from Blumhouse, the innovative producers of Get Out.

The film also stars Mykelti Williamson, Alfred Molina and Brian Tyree Henry. Blumhouse are producing this one with Jacob Estes (Mean Creek) directing.

Don’t Let Go will arrive in UK and Irish Cinemas from 28th September.

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