Greta Gerwig’s All-Star Take on a Literary Classic
Sony Pictures has finally released the first trailer of Little Women . This is the follow-up of Greta Gerwig in the 1945 film Lady Bird which puts him almost instantly in the Oscars conversation. However, we also have a fresh look at truly valuable sources, in addition to a truly awesome all-round cast.
The trailer begins by describing the special bond that unites the sisters at the heart of the story. We also have a keen sense of Jo, played by Saoirse Ronan, a progressive woman of her time, who does her best to make a place for herself in the world, even if it is said that it is not so things work. The dramatic tension builds as relationships begin to form. The key points to remember here are the beauty and beauty of the film because it was clear that Sony was willing to spend money to give this film a first class appearance. It is also very clear that Greta Gerwig has a specific point of view on the source material, which will distinguish it from previous adaptations.
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The workshop was designed by Greta Gerwig, an adaptation of Little Women . Inspires both the classic novel and subsequent writings by author Louisa May Alcott. The story unfolds as his alter ego, Jo March, looks at his fictional life. The story centers on the March Sisters, four young women determined to live their own lives. The tale of Alcott was originally published in two volumes between 1868 and 1869, before appearing in a complete novel in 1890. The story has been adapted many times in the past, the most successful being the 1994 film with Winona Ryder. The BBC also aired a renowned miniseries based on the book in 2017.
The set includes Saoirse Ronan ( Brooklyn ) as Jo, Emma Watson ( Beauty and the Beast ) as Meg, Florence Pugh ( Midsommar ) as Amy and Eliza Scanlen ( Sharp Objects ) as Beth. Timothee Chalamet ( Call Me by Your Name ) also plays the role of his neighbor Laurie, with Laura Dern ( Big Little Lies ) as Marmee and Meryl Streep ( ] Florence Foster Jenkins ]) as Aunt March. Originally, Emma Stone had her eyes on Meg's role, but she had to give up, paving the way for Watson. Whatever the case may be, the cast has several Oscar nominees and a handful of the most respected young stars in Hollywood. And Steep, which has the highest number of Oscar nominations of all time in history.
The last time Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan teamed up, great things happened. Lady Bird was a critical success, earning $ 78 million at the box office. He has also accumulated a handful of Oscar nominations, including one for Gerwig as Best Director, making her one of the very few women to have ever been nominated in this category. Will the lightning strike twice? We will discover this Christmas as Little Women should be released in theaters on December 25th. Make sure you watch the trailer for Sony Pictures Entertainment's YouTube channel for yourself.