Song and Actors in The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer

Song and Actors in The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer

Information About The Woman in the Window Trailer Song and Actors/Actress

The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer commercial is the new TV commercial ad of Twentieth Century Fox. Twentieth Century Fox try to promote their products ‘2020 Twentieth Century Fox The Woman in the Window’ through The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer advertisement.

When an agoraphobic child psychologist makes unlikely friends with a neighbor across the street from her New York City brownstone, it seems that her new friendship might finally pave a path out of loneliness for her. However, this spark of hope quickly becomes a nightmare when her new friend suddenly goes missing and her grip on reality comes into question, all while she strives to uncover the truth. “The Woman in the Window,” not yet rated, hits theaters on May 15, 2020.

Actors/Actress in The Woman in the Window Movie 2020

The Woman in the Window movie actors/actress list is below

Amy Adams – Dr. Anna Fox

Gary Oldman – Alistair Russell

Jennifer Jason Leigh – Jane Russell

Julianne Moore – Jane Russell

Anthony Mackie – Edward “Ed” Fox

Jeanine Serralles – Detective Norelli

Liza Colón-Zayas – Bina

Mariah Bozeman – Olivia Fox

Tracy Letts – Anna’s Therapist

Wyatt Russell – David Winters

Song in The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer

Song in The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer 2020 is The Dark Side (Alternate Reality Version) by Muse.
This song is available on iTunes you can listen and download it form iTunes store.
The preview of Song in The Woman in the Window Movie Trailer 2020 is The Dark Side (Alternate Reality Version) by Muse is below.

To listen full song or download please follow below link.

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About Muse

Evolving from their late-’90s alt-rock origins into a bombastic force that fused progressive rock, electronica, and pop, English trio Muse carved out a niche as a genre-blurring powerhouse that balanced intergalactic sci-fi and government-conspiracy-theory themes with yearning anthems of love and heartbreak. Initially plagued by Radiohead comparisons on debut Showbiz (1999), the trio steadily matured over a decade, incorporating a wide range of sonic inspirations ranging from the grandiose arena rock of Queen and the R&B-funk of Prince on Black Holes & Revelations (2006) to the dubstep grind of Skrillex on The 2nd Law (2012).

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