Liberadas as primeiras fotos da nova versão de Little Women, com direção de Greta Gerwig!

A Sony Pictures liberou hoje (19) as primeiras imagens de Little Women, novo filme de Greta Gerwig, baseado no livro de sucesso!

Na trama, acompanhamos a família March enquanto o pai vai para a guerra, a mãe trabalha para sustentar a casa e assim as quatro irmãs que são muito diferentes entre si precisam cooperar uma com as outras.

Segundo a sinopse do livro, traduzido como Mulherzinhas no Brasil, Meg é a irmã mais velha, Jo, é uma adolescente impulsiva, Beth é tímida e introvertida e Amy, a caçula e o livro acompanha as garotas enquanto elas “encenam peças, fundam sociedades secretas, preparam os festejos de Natal, dão os primeiros passos na sociedade adulta e aprendem o valor da amizade verdadeira.”

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Na nova versão, temos as atriz Emma Watson como Meg, Florence Pugh é Amy, Saoirse Ronan é Jo, e Eliza Scanlen é Beth.

Confira as primeiras fotos liberadas pela Sony Pictures através da revista Vanity Fair.

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Saoirse Ronan as Jo March, a heroine that has inspired Ursula Le Guin, Simone de Beauvoir, and Hillary Clinton, and Timothée Chalamet as Laurie, her best friend and closest confidant. “Jo is a girl with a boy’s name, Laurie is a boy with a girl’s name,” writer-director Greta Gerwig said. “In some ways they are each other’s twins.”
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Emma Watson as Meg, Saoirse Ronan as Jo, and Florence Pugh as Amy, in one of the amateur plays the sisters put up in their house. Revisiting the text, Gerwig was struck by how seriously the sisters took their creative endeavors. The second chapter of *Little Women* includes a detailed description of the play the girls perform on Christmas Day: *The Witch's Curse, an Operatic Tragedy.*
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Eliza Scanlen as Beth, the shy third-oldest sister. Author Louisa May Alcott based Beth on her own sister, Lizzie Alcott, who died of scarlet fever at the age of 22. Louisa and Lizzie, like Jo and Beth, were very close.
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Emma Watson as Meg, the oldest, who works as a governess to make ends meet. Meg is the only sister who remembers when the Marches were a rich family, and throughout the book, she longs for the pretty things her friends have.
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Laura Dern as Marmee, the March sisters’ beloved matriarch. Because her husband (Bob Odenkirk) is fighting in the Civil War, Marmee is raising the four girls on her own.
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Greta Gerwig, the writer and director, on set with Meryl Streep, who plays the sisters’ rich Aunt Josephine. The girls need her financial support, but have to put up with her disapproval of their unconventional, hardscrabble upbringing. Jo, her namesake, earns money by being Aunt March's chaperone—a job she hates.
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From left to right: Emma Watson as Meg, Florence Pugh as Amy, Saoirse Ronan as Jo, and Eliza Scanlen as Beth.
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Timothée Chalamet as Laurie, the wealthy boy who lives next door, and Florence Pugh as Amy, the youngest of the four March sisters. Despite early attraction to Jo, Laurie ends the novel married to Amy, after a private, romantic courtship in Europe.
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Emma Watson with Greta Gerwig on set. During a chapter called “Meg Goes to Vanity Fair,” the oldest March sister borrows a fancy dress from her rich friends and gets drunk on champagne at a ball. “I'm not Meg tonight, I'm 'a doll' who does all sorts of crazy things,” she tells Laurie.
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Saoirse Ronan as Jo March. The very first line of *Little Women* makes note of Jo’s odd, boyish habit of lying on the living room rug to unwind.
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Completam o elenco os atores Meryl Streep como a Tia Josephine, Laura Dern como Marmee, Bob Odenkirk como o marido e Timothee Chalamet como Laurie.

Little Women chega nos cinemas americanos em Dezembro. Aqui no Brasil, a filial brasileira marcou o longa para Fevereiro de 2020.

Miguel Morales

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