Based on the young-adult novel of the same originally written and published by Nicola Yoon in 2015, Everything, Everything is all set to become an all-new motion picture event from distributor Warner Bros. Pictures, screenwriter J. Mills Goodloe, and director Stella Meghie - and the latest trailer and poster have just been released online. Centering around a young teenager afflicted with severe combined immunodeficiency named Maddy Whittier - played by Amandla Stenberg who is best known for her supporting role in The Hunger Games - the movie plays out in much the same fashion as the infamous 1970s made-for-TV movie The Boy in the Plastic Bubble starring John Travolta.
After making flirtatious contact with a cute boy next door named Olly Bright - played by Nick Robinson who many moviegoers might remember from his breakout turn in Jurassic World - Everything, Everything is definitely aimed at tugging on the heart strings of a decidedly tween audience. In their respective roles, Stenberg and Robinson certainly look to be playing their individual parts to a tee, and the latest trailer and poster is here to prove just that.
In the footage featured above, potential viewers can get another first look at all of the whirlwind teenage romance and heartbreak soon to come in Everything, Everything proper, with plenty of upbeat moments of self-discovery backed up by a thumping soundtrack throughout. In addition, moviegoers can get their first look at the latest official poster for the new production below:
Screenwriter J. Mills Goodloe is certainly no stranger to romantic-drama - as can be attested in his work on such films as The Age of Adaline - and as such his self-assured experience should come in handy for relative newcomer Stella Meghie as the film's director. With any luck, Stenberg and Robinson will breathe new life into their fairly cliched roles, and Everything, Everything will prove to be a success with general audiences.
It's hard to come away from the latest trailer for Everything, Everything without its leaving an overly familiar taste in one's mouth, and as such many moviegoers might not be overly eager to see a story that's been told before attempted yet again. Then again, perhaps Meghie's latest feature length production will surprise even the most hardened skeptic of romantic teen dramas and deliver a motion picture production worth checking out when it finally makes its way to theaters later this month.
Source: Warner Bros. Pictures