First trailer for Succession star Sarah Snook's Netflix horror movie

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The first trailer for Run Rabbit Run, starring Succession's Sarah Snook, has been unveiled.

The Netflix horror movie follows fertility doctor Sarah (played by Snook), who becomes increasingly disturbed by the strange behaviour of her seven-year-old daughter Mia (Lily LaTorre).

In the new footage, Sarah is revealed to have had a sister named Alice who went missing when she was Mia's age.

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Related: Succession announces big change for its last-ever episode

After Sarah informs her daughter that Alice used to "bring stray rabbit's home", Mia finds one of her own and begins to believe that she is Alice.

According to the film's official synopsis, Mia's behaviour becomes increasingly strange after finding the rabbit, and her "bizarre tantrums begin to point her toward Sarah's own dark history".

Run Rabbit Run, which arrives on Netflix on June 28, is directed by Daina Reid (The Handmaid's Tale) and also stars Mindhunter's Damon Herriman and The Falling's Greta Scacchi.

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Related: Succession may have already revealed how the series will end

Snook can currently be seen in the fourth and final season of HBO's hit show Succession, in which she reprises her role as Shiv Roy.

The Roy family conflict will come to an end in the 90-minute series finale on May 28, after a shocking tragedy once again divided siblings Shiv, Kendall (Jeremy Strong), and Roman (Kieran Culkin).

Earlier this year, Logan Roy actor Brian Cox revealed he was "happy" the show is ending, saying to The Hollywood Reporter: "I think we've, you know, got to the point where the show has reached its natural closure."

"Jesse [Armstrong] won't let anything go on further than it needs to," he continued. "A lot of shows outstay their welcome, and I think our show is perfect, and neat, in the way it is."

Succession season 4 airs on HBO in the US, and Sky Atlantic and NOW in the UK.

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