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Emma Watson: ‘The Circle’ Trailer Asks A Big Question

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The latest trailer of Emma Watson The Circle Trailer is now out for us all to see and it is asking some major questions?

Due in theatres on April 28th The Circle, starring Emma Watson (Harry Potter), Tom Hanks (Sully) and John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) as Moe, Eamon and Kalden respectively has gone and released its second trailer for the movie, based on the novel of the same name by Dave Eggers.

The over two-minute long trailer opens up with Tom Hank’s character asking the question to a large audience:

“Do you think you behave better, or worse when you’re being watched?”

Throughout the trailer, we are presented with various scenes to give us a very quick overview of what The Circle is, what it aims to do and how our main character Moe fits into all of this. As the trailer draws to a close we are given a small glimpse of the cost and implications of what this all means.

Undoubtedly a “Big Brother” feeling is had while watching this trailer, building up the suspense even more on what is to come and what the final outcome shall be.

Directed by James Ponsoldt, the movie also stars Karen Gillan (Doctor Who/Guardians of The Galaxy), Bill Paxton (Apollo 13) and Patton Oswalt (Magnolia).

On a side note, this will now be the second movie that Tom Hanks has appeared in that is based on a novel by Dave Eggers. A Hologram for the King, made in 2016, was the first movie that Hanks starred in.

What do you think of the trailer? How would respond to that big question? Leave a comment below to let us know your thoughts.

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