New details were released this evening for the Morgan Creek produced thriller Dream House, which is reportedly greenlit after sitting on the shelf for over three years(!). The Sheridan-helmed psychological thriller is about a family that moves to a small town in Connecticut and learns that a mother and her two young children had been killed in their home. The killings were believed to be at the hands of the husband, who survived and may now be a threat to the new residents. Jim Sheridan replaces Erik Van Looy behind the camera. David Loucka penned the screenplay, and Robinson is producing alongside Daniel Bobker and Ehren Kruger.