Based on Gillian Flynn’s novel of the same name, the eight-episode series stars Adams — in her first TV role since she recurred on “The Office” 11 years ago — as Camille Preaker, a journalist, recently released from a psychiatric hospital, who returns home to Wind Gap, Missouri, to investigate the murders of two young girls. The haunting trailer doesn’t give too much away, but the investigation leads to troubling secrets of Camille’s past being revealed, as she deals with her difficult mother (Patricia Clarkson) and half-sister Amma (Eliza Scanlen), who provides the aforementioned voiceover.
HBO always tends to put out great quality shows and Sharp Objects looks like it's going to be a dark and fascinating crime thriller, which I enjoy. So, I'll definitely be checking this one out.
The eight-episode series also stars Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Eliza Scanlen, Elizabeth Perkins and Matt Craven. The series will premiere on HBO in July 2018.
Amy Adams returns to the small screen after a decade-plus hiatus in “Sharp Objects.” The five-time Oscar nominee stars in HBO’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s 2006 best-selling novel, her first time on TV since her recurring gig on “The Office.” This time around, the “Arrival” star will be tackling much darker fare.
An atmospheric teaser has been released for the miniseries about an emotionally unstable reporter who returns to her small hometown to cover the murder of two pre-teen girls. She “finds herself identifying with the young victims — a bit too strongly. Dogged by her own demons, she must unravel the psychological puzzle of her own past if she wants to get the story — and survive this homecoming,” “Sharp Objects’” official synopsis hints.
“We need to talk about your daughters,” a character says through voiceover in the spot. “One of them is dangerous and the other one’s in danger.
The premium cable network has unveiled the first teaser trailer for the limited series — due for a July premiere — which centers around Amy Adams, who plays a mentally unstable reporter going back to her small hometown to investigate a series of murders.
“We need to talk about your daughters. One of them is dangerous, the other one’s in danger,” a man says in a voiceover to actress Patricia Clarkson, who plays Adams’ mother in the drama. We’re not sure which daughter Adams is, but either way, it doesn’t sound like a great situation to be in.
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The rest of the haunting footage includes scenes of two girls twirling in front of the headlights of a car, Adams’ character playing with a razor blade and then jumps to a moment where she falls to the ground in the woods.
“Sharp Objects” is directed by HBO favorite Jean-Marc Vallee (the Emmy-award winner who was behind the camera for the first season of “Big Little Lies”). It also stars Chris Messina and Elizabeth Perkins.
Watch the trailer above.
“Sharp Objects” premieres on HBO in July.
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Sharp Objects focuses on a mentally unstable reporter played by Amy Adams, who returns to her hometown to investigate a series of murders. This is Adams' first television role since her recurring role in The Office a decade ago.
"We need to talk about your daughters. One of them is dangerous, the other one's in danger," a character says in voiceover over footage that includes two girls
Based on the book by The New York Times bestselling author Gillian Flynn, this eight-episode series tells the story of reporter Camille Preaker (Adams) who returns to her small hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. Trying to put together a psychological puzzle from her past, she finds herself identifying with the young victims a bit too closely.
Sharp Objects is set to premiere this July on HBO.
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Clearly Amy Adams has never heard the quote "you can't go home again" before, because that's exactly what her character attempts to do in the mysterious first trailer for Sharp Objects. Adams stars in HBO's adaptation of the Gillian Flynn novel, which follows Camille Preaker, an emotionally unstable journalist who is sent to cover a string of murders in her hometown. Naturally, the journey unearths more than Camille bargained for, both physically and psychologically, especially when her estranged mother gets involved. Although we can't know for sure how closely the eight-episode miniseries will follow the book, the brief teaser looks promising. Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, and It's Sophia Lillis costar, and it will premiere sometime in July 2018.
And so begins a skin-crawling sneak peek at HBO’s Amy Adams-starring miniseries Sharp Objects, which is set to debut this July. HBO released the first footage from the much-anticipated project on Sunday — which you can watch above — and we’re already planning to not watch this one alone.
Based on the novel by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, Sharp Objects stars Adams as Camille Preaker, a reporter who returns to her hometown of Wind Gap, Missouri to investigate a gruesome double murder.
Amy Adams reluctantly finds herself proving the old adage wrong in the first trailer for HBO’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s “Sharp Objects,” which was released ahead of the premiere of “Westworld” season 2.
“Ma says she saw a ghost once,” a voice narrates, likely Adams’ character’s younger sister. “I’m not scared of them ghosts. Are you?”
The trailer shows key elements of the upcoming mini-series, including Adams as Camille Preaker, and her mother, portrayed by Patricia Clarkson. The dark and dangerous nature of the source material is hinted
“Sharp Objects” stars Amy Adams as Camille Preaker, a crime reporter recovering from a recent stint at a psychiatric center. Trying to move past her own personal traumas, she dives headlong into investigating the murder of two children. In the process, she has to confront even more of her own past, including the watchful eye of her mother Adora (Patricia Clarkson).
True to form for director Jean-Marc Vallée, this sneak peek is more atmospheric than anything. But judging by the menacing glances, eerie music, and dramatic mirror shots, Camille’s investigation is set to be anything but a pleasant one.
That wasn’t entirely by design, though, because Krasinski did not enter the genre space as a way of acting out some childhood dream. Krasinski didn’t even like horror movies as a kid, shoring it up to the eight-year-old who still lives inside of him, terrified of seeing anything scary on the big screen.
“I am among the large group of people who would look at my name and by like, ‘What? That guy is going to do a horror movie?’,” Krasinski said in a recent interview with IndieWire. “But what I realized was that I
The actress, who became the subject of an unexpected viral meme during the 90th Academy Awards telecast, reacted to the gif of her oh-my-God-epiphany that left everyone wondering: “What realization did Jennifer Garner just come to?”
One day after the ceremony, on Monday, Garner, 45, offered her own theories on her Instagram Story by sharing three responses.
“Congrats to Shape of Water! Maybe I should date a fish?” she said, referring to the Guillermo del Toro-directed best picture winner.
“Hey Jimmy Kimmel, what’s in your wallet?
While there were many breakout moments at Sunday evening’s Academy Awards, Garner, who introduced Eddie Vedder’s performance, quickly became the subject of the Internet’s latest must-see gif as the actress appeared to have an oh-my-God-epiphany moment during the ceremony.
Garner was applauding with the rest of the audience, including seat neighbor Chris Messina, when her hands noticeably stopped and her facial expression transitioned from stoic to bewildered.
“What realization did Jennifer Garner just come to?
“Sharp Objects,” which is directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and from scripts by writer-executive producer Marti Noxon, is based on the book of the same name by bestselling author Gillian Flynn, who also serves as executive producer on the series. “Sharp Objects,” will be the Atx Television Festival’s opening night screening and panel, taking place on June 7th in Austin, Texas. Panelists will be announced at a later date.
“Sharp Objects” is an eight-episode series starring Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Eliza Scanlen, Elizabeth Perkins and Matt Craven.
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The eight-episode limited series is based on Gillian Flynn's book of the same name and is about a reporter (Adams), fresh from a brief stay at a psychiatric hospital, who faces a troubling assignment: She must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Eliza Scanlen, Elizabeth Perkins and Matt Craven round out the cast of the eOne and Blumhouse TV...
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