‘Me Before You’ Trailer: Watch Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin’s Relationship Unfold

Grab the tissues! In the new tearjerking trailer for the film adaptation of JoJo Moyes’ bestselling book Me Before You, viewers get an even deeper look at the unlikely romance between wheelchair-bound Will Traynor (Sam Claflin) and his quirky caregiver Louisa Clark (Emilia Clarke).

In the emotional three-minute preview, which debuted online on Thursday, April 28, Louisa begins to show Will how good his life can be after he loses the desire to live due to a terrible accident that left him paralyzed. He has decided he wants to end his life by assisted suicide in six months, and she races against time to convince him otherwise.

Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafin in 'Me Before You.'
Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafin in 'Me Before You'

One scene from the latest trailer shows Will imagining his favorite place in the entire world — Paris. "If I shut my eyes now, I know exactly how it feels to be in that little square,” he says.

“So let’s go! We could get on the Eurostar right now!” Louisa exclaims, reminding him it’s only a short train ride away.

Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafin in 'Me Before You.'
Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafin in 'Me Before You'

“You don’t get it, Clark. I want to be in Paris as me, the old me,” Will says.

Little by little, Louisa brings back his adventurous spirit — she gets him to travel again and shows him that even in a wheelchair he can dance. Once they start falling in love, their relationship gets even more complicated.

See their full love story when Me Before You hits theaters on June 3. Watch the new extended trailer above!

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