Alias Grace, Netflix's new series adapted from a novel by Margaret Atwood, gets a creepy first trailer about a real life murder from the 1800s.
Brittany is a Screen Rant features and news writer. She is from New York and won't let you forget it even though she currently lives in California. She loves sci-fi movies especially if they are produced by J.J. Abrams, fake fiance Christmas movies, and romantic movies with sad endings. She will always read the book first just to tell you that it was better. She watches way too much TV, but no she still has not seen Lost yet. Brittany is also the Co-Director of The Marvel Report, a Marvel fan site, where she gets to express her love for all things superhero and defend Hawkeye on a regular basis. You can also find her writing on FANDOM. She would like to warn you that if she's tweeting in all caps it probably has something to do with hockey- specifically the New York Rangers.
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