Sundance: Eli Roth's 'Knock Knock' Selling to Lionsgate

Knock Knock
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Keanu Reeves stars as a married man who invites two ladies into his home and lives to regret it.

Lionsgate in in final negotiations to pick up the rights to Knock Knock, the Eli Roth-directed psychological thriller starring Keanu Reeves.

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Sources say it is being planned for a wide release. Lionsgate seems to want to stay in the business with Reeves, having recently put out John Wick, the well-received actioner last fall.

Reeves, Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas star in the film, which centers on a father who lets two attractive young women into his home and soon realizes it was a bad idea.

During a screening Friday to open Sundance's midnight film series, Roth said that the project came together quickly. "From my phone, I sent [producer Cassian Elwes] my script," the Hostel director said. "He read it the next day. He got it to Keanu, and two weeks later, we got the money."