‘Let Them All Talk’: New HBO Max Preview Gives First Look at Meryl Streep in Steven Soderbergh’s Next!! Check It Out!!

HBO Max included a tasty first look at Meryl Streep in Steven Soderbergh‘s Let Them All Talkearlier this week. The first look was sandwiched in between previews for fellow HBO Max original movie An American Pickle and animated series Summer Camp Island as part of a trailer previewing new content coming soon to the streamer. This is the first official look we’ve gotten at the latest Streep-Soderbergh collab (Remember The Laundromat?) since the project was initially teased back in August 2019.

The first look at Let Them All Talk occurs at the 1:52 mark in the new HBO Max preview trailer aptly titled “We’ve Arrived.” In addition to previews for other HBO original movies and TV shows coming our way, we gets about eight seconds worth of Streep and maybe one of the most delightful supporting casts in a Soderbergh movie since Ocean’s 11Candice BergenDianne WiestLucas Hedges, and Gemma Chan. We also get a few plot details for Let Them All Talk from this brief preview. The first is that Streep’s character, a famous author, is going on a cruise with her nephew (Hedges) and friends (Wiest and Bergen). The second tidbit is that is seems Streep’s character is going through a bit of a crisis, as Bergen’s character asks, “Who’s the real you?Does anybody trust you?”

Let Them All Talk is coming soon to HBO Max. Check out the preview of Steven Soderbergh’s first HBO Max project below, along with tons of other original movies and TV  shows.

via Collider

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