He’s known for being the bad boy from Summer Bay, but Stephen Peacocke’s latest role as Sam Claflin’s personal nurse in “Me Before You” reveals a softer side to the Aussie actor’s calibre.
Starring alongside a stupendously talented British cast (Emilia Clarke, Brendan Coyle, Joanna Lumley) the film, based on Jojo Moyes’ heartbreaking 2012 novel sees Claflin become Will, a recently paralysed man who falls in love with his carer, Louisa played by Clarke.
Warner Bros. posted a new full-length trailer to Facebook on Tuesday giving us a glimpse of the emotional roller coaster we’re about to be put through when the movie is released June 3.
“It was a thrill for us to bring Jojo Moyes’ beautifully heartbreaking love story to the big screen,” Clarke said while introducing the clip.
"You're here to cheer him up I guess."
"I want him to live, but only if he wants to live."
The trailer reveals Peacocke’s character, Nathan, has an Australian accent while introducing us to the rest of the all star cast including Matthew Lewis AKA Neville Longbottom.
"I don't want you to miss all the things that someone else could give you."
Grab the tissues. SO MANY FEELINGS.