Roman Polanski’s 1968 adaptation of Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby not only featured Mia Farrow’s most iconic role and quickly became a classic, but Polanski originally turned in a four-hour version of his film — which was later trimmed to two hours and 16 minutes, meaning much of Levin’s sprawling story had to be streamlined.
Now, NBC is bringing a full retelling of Levin’s novel with a miniseries that covers two nights and four hours, allowing many of the smaller, yet still significant moments to finally see the light of day.
And BuzzFeed can exclusively unveil the first trailer for NBC’s Rosemary’s Baby, which was written by Scott Abbott (Queen of the Damned) and James Wong (American Horror Story), directed by Agnieszka Holland (The Wire), and stars Zoe Saldana as Rosemary, Suits’ Patrick J. Adams as Guy, and Jason Isaacs as Roman Castevet.
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