Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Me Before You, the movie adaptation of Jojo Moyes’ bestselling novel.
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Me Before You: The Movie?
The film adaptation of Me Before You was released in 2016, starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin. The movie was directed by Thea Sharrock and written by Jojo Moyes, who also wrote the novel.
While the movie was generally well-received by audiences, it was not without its controversies. Some fans of the book felt that the film strayed too far from the source material, while others complained that it was simply not faithful to the spirit of the book.
What do you think? If you haven’t seen the movie yet, would you like to?
The movie begins with Louisa “Lou” Clark (played by Emilia Clarke) losing her job at the local café due to the fact that it is shutting down. She is from a working-class family and isn’t sure what she will do next. One day, she sees an advertisement for a job as a carer for a man named Will Traynor (played by Sam Claflin). Will is a wealthy young man who was paralyzed from the neck down in a motorbike accident two years prior. He is now quadriplegic and needs help with all aspects of his life. Lou accepts the job and moves into Will’s house to begin caring for him.
At first, Will is cold and distant with Lou. He has given up on life and doesn’t see any point in living anymore. Lou is determined to change his mind and starts to bring some joy back into his life. She takes him on day trips, introduces him to new people, and generally helps him to live life to the fullest despite his disability. Slowly but surely, Will starts to enjoy life again and even falls in love with Lou. However, just when it seems like everything is perfect, tragedy strikes.
Will’s mother Camilla (played by Janet McTeer) reveals that he has been approved for assisted suicide in Switzerland. This means that he will be able to die with dignity, rather than continuing to live in a state that he finds unbearable. Lou is devastated by this news but respects Will’s decision. She helps him to arrange everything and even goes with him to Switzerland. The question is, will she be able to let him go?
The film, distributed by Warner Bros., will be directed by Thea Sharrock and written by Jojo Moyes, who also wrote the novel. It will star Emilia Clarke as Louisa Clark, a small-town girl who forms an unlikely bond with a wealthy quadriplegic, played by Sam Claflin.
The story revolves around a girl named Louisa Clark, who is from a very humble background and has to work to support her family. She takes a job as a carer for Will Traynor, who is paralysed from the neck down after an accident. Over time, the two of them fall in love with each other, but their relationship is put to the test when Will’s condition deteriorates and he starts to lose hope.
Director Thea Sharrock was attached to the project from very early on, and she was determined to stay true to the book’s original message of hope and love. “I didn’t want to make a film that was about disability; I wanted to make a film about love,” she said in an interview with The Telegraph.
Sharrock also spoke about how she cast actors Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin in the lead roles, saying that they both had “an extraordinary ability to connect with people”.
The Release Date
The release date for the much-anticipated movie adaptation of Jojo Moyes’ Me Before You has been announced, and it’s sooner than you might think.
The film, which stars Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin, will be released on June 3, 2016 in the United States.
Moyes’ novel has been a huge success since it was published in 2012, and the movie is sure to be just as popular.
The two-minute trailer for the movie adaptation of Me Before You was released on Thursday, and it’s as emotional as you’d expect. Based on the novel by Jojo Moyes, the movie stars Emilia Clarke as Lou Clark, a small-town girl who takes a job as a carer for Will Traynor (Sam Claflin), a wealthy young man who is left paralysed after an accident. The trailer gives us a glimpse of their developing relationship, as well as the obstacles they’ll face along the way.
The official soundtrack for the movie “Me Before You” was released on June 3, 2016, and includes 16 tracks. The album consists mainly of pop songs, with a few classical pieces included as well.
The reception of the film version of Me Before You has been largely negative, with many disapproving of the changes made to the story. Critics have accused the film of romanticizing a deeply troubling story, and fail to see the value in its addition to the genre of movies based on books.
The long-awaited sequel to the blockbuster film Me Before You is finally in production. The film, which will be titled Me Before You: The Movie?, is set to pick up where the first film left off, with Lou (Emilia Clarke) and Will (Sam Claflin) living happily ever after.
While fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the film, little is known about what to expect from the sequel. However, it has been confirmed that the cast of the original film will be returning for the sequel, so viewers can expect to see more of their favorite characters.
If you loved Me Before You, then you’re sure to be excited for Me Before You: The Movie?. Stay tuned for more information about this much-anticipated sequel!
The film Me Before You was released on June 3, 2016 and grossed over $200 million dollars worldwide. The movie was based on the 2012 novel of the same name by Jojo Moyes. The story follows Louisa “Lou” Clark (Emilia Clarke) as she develops a close relationship with Will Traynor (Sam Claflin), a wealthy banker who became quadriplegic after an accident.
The movie received mixed reviews, with many critics praising the performances of Clarke and Claflin, but criticizing the film’s portrayal of disability and its “unnecessarily” sad ending. Despite the mixed reviews, the film was a box office success and its able-bodied actors were praised for their authentic portrayals of their disabled characters.
The legacy of Me Before You is two-fold. On one hand, the film is an important representation of disability on the big screen — something that is still sorely lacking in Hollywood. On the other hand, it is also a reminder of how far we have to go in order to achieve true representation and inclusion in media.