Relativity has picked up the Jennifer Lawrence thriller House at the End of the Street. What did you think I meant by that title? Sex? No, but that would be awesome.

House at the End of the Street follows Lawrence and her mom, played by Elisabeth Shue, who move across the street from a house where a double murder took place. "So that's why we got it so gosh darn cheap," Shue shrugs directly to camera. Then Lawrence befriends one of the boys who used to live there (Max Theriot), and things get all tense and potentially murder-filled. Director Mark Tonderai shot the film in Ottowa last year, before Lawrence became a thing. An Oscar nominated thing.

Besides distributing House, Relativity is also working to remake The Crow, possibly with Bradley Cooper, so possibly terribly. (Hollywood Reporter)