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Trailer for A Good Marriage hits

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Stephen King adaptations tend to arrive thick and fast but when they're scripted by the man himself, you know you're in safe hands.

That's the case with A Good Marriage, adapted from the short story from Full Dark, No Stars, and we've got our first look at the trailer here.

It stars Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia as a couple who have a seemingly perfect marriage. But yep, you guessed it, all isn't as it seems as LaPaglia might well be a serial killer. Typical.

You can also see the creepy poster underneath.

A Good Marriage hits cinemas in the US on October 3rd with a UK date to follow

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