Sophia Lillis in First Trailer for 'Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase'
"There's gotta be an explanation! So what do we know?" Surprise! Warner Bros has debuted the first trailer for Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, a new Nancy Drew movie produced by Ellen DeGeneres that we didn't know much about before this dropped. This small town mystery stars Sophia Lillis, who also played the young Beverly Marsh in It: Chapter One, as "Nance". WB last made a Nancy Drew movie in 2007 starring Emma Roberts. A bit of an outsider struggling to fit in to her new surroundings, Nancy and her pals set out to solve the mystery, make new friends, and establish their place in the community. Also starring Linda Lavin, Sam Trammell, Andrea Anders, Zoe Renee, Mackenzie Graham, and Laura Wiggins. This latest Nancy is a longboard-riding know-it-all, which seems like a perfect update nowadays.
Here's the first official trailer for Katt Shea's Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, from YouTube:
Teen detective Nancy Drew is back to solve a brand new mystery in Warner Bros' movie Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase. Produced by Ellen DeGeneres and starring Sophia Lillis as Nancy, the film follows Nancy and her friends as they set out to solve a mystery, make new friends, and establish their place in the community. Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase is directed by American actress / filmmaker Katt Shea, director of the movies Stripped to Kill, Stripped to Kill 2, Dance of the Damned, Streets, Poison Ivy, The Rage: Carrie 2, and 1964 previously. The screenplay is written by Nina Fiore and John Herrera; based on the novels by Mildred Wirt Benson. Produced by Ellen DeGeneres, Chip Diggins, and Jeff Kleeman. Warner Bros will release Shea's Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase in theaters starting March 15th coming up.
What a messy trailer ...
shiboleth on Jan 20, 2019
Not bad. Though not good.
DAVIDPD on Jan 22, 2019
Not good. Though not bad either. thoroughly unconvincing trailer but perhaps if I was a girl in her early teens I'd be down probably but what do I know
syntaxterror on Jan 22, 2019
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