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Blake Lively set to bring serious emotion with ‘It Ends With Us’

Blake Lively set to bring serious emotion with ‘It Ends With Us’


Blake Lively is undoubtedly one of the most beloved actresses working in Hollywood. Not only is she noted for her ‘nice girl, girl next door’ vibes, but her relationship with the dashing and hilarious Ryan Reynolds is a hallmark of Hollywood love that works.

Now, she’s set to return to front of the camera with the much-anticipated adaptation of Colleen Hoover’s best-selling novel It Ends With Us. This first trailer promises an emotional and tension-filled watch.

Watch the first teaser trailer, It Ends With Us, below:

Here’s the official synopsis:

It Ends With Us, the first Colleen Hoover novel adapted for the big screen, tells the compelling story of Lily Bloom (Blake Lively), a woman who overcomes a traumatic childhood to embark on a new life in Boston and chase a lifelong dream of opening her own business. A chance meeting with charming neurosurgeon Ryle Kincaid (Justin Baldoni) sparks an intense connection, but as the two fall deeply in love, Lily begins to see sides of Ryle that remind her of her parents’ relationship. When Lily’s first love, Atlas Corrigan (Brandon Sklenar), suddenly reenters her life, her relationship with Ryle is upended, and Lily realizes she must learn to rely on her own strength to make an impossible choice for her future.

For Lively, It Ends With Us presents a character and a narrative unlike any she’s ever played before. This story and its themes of overcoming trauma will make for a tense watch for many audiences.

In the role of Lily Bloom, Lively appears to bring great sincerity and feeling to the character, and from this first footage, it appears that she’ll undertake quite a journey of transformation as she tries to find a love that is true to her.

You’ll need to have plenty of tissues with you for It Ends With Us, as this one appears to be shaping up to be a real tearjerker, and audiences will get to feel all of the emotion when it arrives in cinemas on August 8.

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