• Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas' "Deep Water" was initially set to hit theaters on Jan. 14
  • It has not been announced if "Deep Water" will be rescheduled for release on a later date
  • The film is directed by "Fatal Attraction's" Adrian Lyne and is based on the 1957 Patricia Highsmith novel of the same name

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas' upcoming film "Deep Water" will not be released in theaters in January.

Disney announced Thursday that the erotic thriller, which is based on the 1957 Patricia Highsmith novel of the same name, has been pulled from the company's theatrical release schedule, People reported.

Disney's 20th Century Studios label was originally set to launch the film on Jan. 14 after previous delays. It has not been announced if "Deep Water" will be rescheduled for release on a later date.

Directed by "Fatal Attraction's" Adrian Lyne, "Deep Water" focuses on married couple Vic (Affleck) and Melinda Van Allen (de Armas) whose loveless marriage only continues due to an arrangement in which the wife can take lovers as long as she doesn't leave her family. The jealous husband, however, starts methodically killing his wife's lovers.

The film also stars Tracy Letts, Lil Rel Howery, Rachel Blanchard, Finn Wittrock and Jacob Elordi.

"Deep Water" was previously adapted in 1981 by French director Michel Deville, as "Eaux Profondes," with Jean-Louis Trintignant as Vic and Isabelle Huppert as Melinda, Entertainment Weekly reported. It was adapted again in 1983 as a two-part German telefilm.

The "Knives Out" actress and "Justice League" star met on the set of the movie and fell in love. They dated for about a year before they called it quits earlier this year.

Affleck and de Armas' whirlwind romance peaked when they were filming "Deep Water." In November 2020, they were photographed sharing a sweet kiss while taking a break from filming on set. In the photo, they locked lips while they were on the porch of a Louisiana mansion.

"Their physical chemistry was so intense on set," an unnamed movie insider previously told People, adding, "It's all anyone could talk about."

Another source previously told the outlet that Affleck and de Armas had "great chemistry right from the start."

"Ben always seemed very relaxed and happy around Ana, but at the time there were no signs of romance. He was very focused on making a fantastic movie. He arrived early and was one of the last people to leave," the unnamed insider continued.

Affleck and de Armas parted ways in January, with a source telling People that the split was amicable.

Both stars have since moved on. Affleck reignited his romance with Jennifer Lopez, while de Armas is reportedly dating Tinder VP Paul Boukadakis.

Affleck recently starred in Ridley Scott's "The Last Duel" with pal Matt Damon and is set to appear as Batman in "The Flash," due out next year, as well as George Clooney's "The Tender Bar."

De Armas, meanwhile, has been working on her upcoming Marilyn Monroe biopic "Blonde," "The Gray Man" and the John Wick spinoff film "Ballerina."

Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck
LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 01: Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas are seen on July 01, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. BG004/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images