Watch the First Trailer for Greta Gerwig’s LITTLE WOMEN

Little Women Trailer Sisterhood Means Everything in New Adaptation

Little Women Trailer Sisterhood Means Everything in New Adaptation

We watch Jo defend her disinterest in marriage to a stern Aunt March, Amy wax poetic about her dreams of becoming an artist, and all the sisters star in a theatrical play.

Anyway, the film looks unbelievable - Saoirse Ronan has been playing versions of Jo March her entire life, while Timothée Chalamet was literally bred in a Value-Added Tax to play the role of genial Civil-war era fuckboi Laurie.

Little Women has seen many an adaptation, but few as packed with talent as Gerwig's upcoming feature film, which reunites the Oscar-nominated director with her Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet. Ronan and Chalamet are close friends and experienced colleagues after working the 2018 awards circuit together for Ladybird.

Streep, 70, the three-time Oscar victor and Summit native who grew up in Basking Ridge and Bernardsville, recently played the venomous Mary Louise Wright in HBO's "Big Little Lies," which also starred Dern, as Renata Klein.

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But, Jo sets out to prove women are more than just wives. "And I'm so sick of people saying that love is just all a woman is fit for".

Does this trailer impress you as much as it did me? And then it's also infused with this mutual energy and this exuberance.

Are U excited to see this movie, Perezcious readers? It is due for release in the United Kingdom and Ireland on December 26 after the film's Christmas Day release in the US. Sound OFF (below) in the comments with all your thoughts on the first trailer!

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