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First Trailer for ‘It Ends with Us,’ Starring Blake Lively, Out Now: Watch Here

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The trailer for the upcoming film adaptation of Colleen Hoover’s bestselling novel, “It Ends with Us,” starring Blake Lively, has arrived.

In the Justin Baldoni-directed film, which arrives in theaters August 9, Lively plays the book’s main character, Lily Bloom, a young woman who dealt with a traumatic upbringing and is now starting a new life and business in opening a flower shop in Boston.

She meets Ryle Kincaid (Baldoni), a neurosurgeon, and the two quickly fall in love.

The trailer gives a glimpse of their characters falling in love, set to the theme “My Tears Ricochet” by Taylor Swift, before showing how Ryle’s abuse affects their relationship.

“Fifteen seconds. That’s all it takes to completely change everything,” Lily says in the trailer.

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Hoover has previously said that the book, which largely addresses domestic violence, was inspired by his mother’s own escape from violence.

“If one day you had a daughter, what would you tell her? If she came to you and told you that the person she loves is hurting her?” Lily asks Ryle in the trailer. “What would you say to him?”

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Justin Baldoni appears in a scene in the trailer for “It Ends with Us.”

Blake Lively and Justin Baldoni appear in the first images of “It Ends With Us”: see here

The trailer also shows Lily reuniting with her childhood sweetheart Atlas Corrigan (Brandon Sklenar) and seeking his support. It also brings to mind scenes of them when they were younger.

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Brandon Sklenar appears in a scene in the trailer for “It Ends with Us.”

The cast of “It Ends With Us” also includes Jenny Slate, Hasan Minhaj and Amy Morton.

If you need help or need help supporting someone else, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or visit thehotline. org. All calls are free and confidential. The hotline is available 24/7 in more than 170 languages.

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