First Poster for Last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, Michelle …


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First Poster for Last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh and Emma Thompson, directed by Paul Feig.

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  1. inspired by the music of George Michael?

    Spoilers…

    Last Christmas, she gave him her heart…but the very next day….he gave it away. this year, shell save herself from tears, and give it to somebody special…. After meeting the man of her dreams, professional dancer Ted, she fears that things between the wont work out, because she swore she would never dance again, because her guilty feet have got no rhythm….but what is she guilty of? She soon discovers, that you just gotta have faith, and youll find freedom…something something…wtv/

  2. when i saw the thumbnail, i thought it was going to be one of those old-fashioned painted posters like the golden days of yore…

    NSFW (?) example: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/2f/Stakeoutposter1987.jpg

    edit: this poster is hilarious

  3. I love Emilia Clarke and hope she has a good career outside of Game of Thrones. She deserves it after salvaging what she could of her character assassination in the final season.

  4. Gonna guess, Emilia Clarke falls in love with Henry Goulding, something happens with their mums, they fall out, then they make up and happily ever after. Call me out if I’m wrong when the film releases.

  5. Man I LOVE a good cheesy Christmas movie. Pup Paul Feig and Emma Thompson in the mix and you got the potential for a classic cheesy Christmas movie

  6. Love Emilia Clarke and Emma Thompson, but “Inspired by the music of George Michael” does not inspire confidence.

  7. Real quick, Paul Feig can make as many movies with Henry Golding as he wants. I will watch all of them. I saw A Simple Favor 3 times in theaters. AND MICHELLE YEOH AND EMMA THOMPSON ARE COMING ALONG? Sounds like a great time.

  8. Random question, but why does Paul Feig seem to make primarily female-driven films? It’s refreshing enough that it feels worth mentioning.