There a "Me Before You" extended trailer and we're crying all the tears
Me Before You is a best-selling novel by JoJo Moyes that tells the unconventional love story of Will Traynor, who has been paralyzed in an accident, and his caretaker, Louisa Clark, a local young woman who is a bit directionless in life. Will is a former big city hotshot who is severely depressed and understandably struggling to life in a wheelchair. When his family hires Louisa to care for him — and to try and cheer him up — she has to learn both about quadriplegia and everything she has been missing out on in her own life. The romance aspect of the Me Before You simmers slowly, giving time for the characters to develop fully, and it’s very thought-provoking on matters of ability and disability.
The first trailer appeared in early February and, well, we had A LOT of feels:
The Me Before You extended trailer, released today, is introduced by Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin and includes a few more scenes:
June 3 can’t come soon enough . . . although it gives us plenty of time to stock up on tissues.