'Me Before You' Extended Trailer Released

An extended trailer of the film adaptation "Me Before You" has been released and though it's just a snippet of the whole film, it has brought a lot of its fans into tears. According to a report by Teen Vogue, the first trailer captured the hearts of many as it featured the main stars, Emilia Clarke ("Game of Thrones") and Sam Claflin (Hunger Games).

It gave a sneak peek to what the movie is all about which is based on the 2012 novel with the same title by Jojo Moyes. The film centers on the love story of Louisa Clark, played by Clarke, and Will Traynor, played by Claflin, who both found the good in being with each other despite a complicated situation in between them.

More of this was revealed in the extended trailer which provided more context such as insights on Will's character and how he was injured. It also featured the British cast of the film including a bearded Matthew Lewis ("Harry Potter") who plays as Patrick, Louisa's boyfriend.

The extended trailer may have only imposed more questions to the fans but as Clarke and Claflin said in the opening, "We hope you enjoy this movie, as much as we did making it." The movie will hit theaters this summer on June 3.

For those who are not in the loop yet, USA Today detailed that "Me Before You" tells the story of Louisa or Lou who became Will's caretaker after losing her job as a café waitress. With no money and bills to pay, she signed a contract to work for six months and her job is to take care of a paralyzed but still haughty Will. They started out cold and rocky in their relationship but it eventually warmed up as Lou brought in some cheer to Will's life while he taught her to embrace life.

Other cast members include Charles Dance, Jenna Coleman, Janet McTeer, Vanessa Kirby and many more.

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