And while Last Christmas definitely tells a sweetly amusing story, Feig said there is more depth to it than meets the eye. Henry was on hand to reveal the first look at the trailer on August 13 during his appearance The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and Universal Pictures released the full teaser afterwards!
But then, it's a holiday romcom featuring Michelle Yeoh giving out sage advice and Emma Thompson (who co-wrote the screenplay) doing some kind of accent, and you're going to have at least a bottle of wine while you watch it, and as Clarke's cynical Kate says, these are dark times.
The first trailer for Last Christmas finds our protagonists crossing paths in an untraditional meet-cute: Emilia Clarke's Kate gets pooped on by a bird.
The trailer for Paul Feig's new movie Last Christmas has arrived.
The synopses reads: Kate (Clarke) harumphs around London, a bundle of bad decisions accompanied by the jangle of bells on her shoes, another irritating effect from her job as an elf in a year-round Christmas shop.
The working theory is that Henry Golding, everyone's boyfriend after Crazy Rich Asians, is dead, and he's the donor of Emilia Clarke's heart (yeah, Merry Christmas to us all), mainly because the lyrics to Wham!'s famous "Last Christmas" go "Last Christmas, I gave you my heart, and the very next day, you gave it away". "One of our tracks is one of those songs, and it's just an absolutely wonderful song that I'm so excited the world is going to get to hear now", he said, without revealing its title.
The big surprise in the trailer though is that Kate's self-destructive behavior comes from a brush with death she had when she was younger.
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