Greta Gerwig's Little Women debuts first trailer

Brenda Watkins
August 16, 2019

The first trailer has been released for Little Women, Greta Gerwig's upcoming version of the Louisa May Alcott novel, which is set for release in December. Others joked that her United States accent was locked up in Azkaban in reference to her Harry Potter fame.

Emma Watson to star as Meg in newest adaptation of Little Women. She loved the book so much when she was a girl, and she thinks [it's] so important, and she says, 'Tell me what you'd like me to do.' I was like, 'Yes, ma'am'. Emma Watson looks good in the trailer.

However, not everyone shared the same sentiment with others coming to the actress' defence.

Such as Meg burning Jo's hair, Jo and Laurie ending their prospective romantic futures and Amy announcing, "I want to be great, or nothing." while there is also a scene of Amy burning Jo's manuscript.

Facebook has been using contractors to transcribe Messenger voice chats
The news follows confirmation that Amazon and Google are listening to your voice recordings on Alexa and Google Assistant. A report indicates that Facebook was paying third parties to transcribe Messenger audio conversations.

Set in 1860s New England, the narrative attempts to throw light on the struggles of the four March daughters as they face the trial and tribulations of life. Probably not, and that's why it's always spoken so loudly - if you haven't heard it, here's a This American Life story from a few weeks ago that is directly related and an absolute tearjerker.

Though we may have had our doubts about whether or not another adaptation of Little Women is completely necessary, this trailer erased any of them from our mind.

Jo has previously been played by Katharine Hepburn in 1933, and Winona Ryder in 1994.

In 2017, Emma took to her Instagram to share a snap with her co-stars on her latest project. "She is lovely, she is way out there trying to do everything she can [with her activism]".

Other reports by

Discuss This Article

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER