Each and Every Detail You Need to Know About the Me Before You Movie

If you love book-to-movie adaptations, you probably already know all about Me Before You. Based on the bestselling 2012 novel by author Jojo Moyes, the film features a cast of fan-favorite actors and actresses — and if the emotional, beautiful trailer is any indication, you'll want to get yourself to a theater to see it ASAP. Keep reading for a look at all the must-know details about the Me Before You movie, then check out the best pictures of the cast hanging out in real life.


The Movie Is Based on a Book

The movie is a film adaptation of Jojo Moyes's bestselling novel of the same name, Me Before You, which came out in 2012.


The Main Characters Cover Your Favorite Fan Bases

Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke stars as Louisa Clark opposite The Hunger Games' Sam Claflin, who plays Will Traynor. Meanwhile, Game of Thrones fans will also recognize Charles Dance — Twyin Lannister in the Game of Thrones world, and Will Traynor's dad in the Me Before You movie.


Oh, and Harry Potter Fans Are Covered Too

It's Neville Longbottom! Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis plays Patrick, Louisa's health-obsessed boyfriend. (Check out the full cast.)

You're Going to Be Obsessed With Lou's Style
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You're Going to Be Obsessed With Lou's Style

Lou has a style all her own, and it's a sight to behold. Just trust that you'll want to get your paws on that red dress of hers!

The Soundtrack Is Perfect
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The Soundtrack Is Perfect

Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragons, and more are listed on the fabulous sountrack.

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The Trailer Will Absolutely Wreck You

You may want to grab a box of tissues before you watch the official Me Before You movie trailer, which features Ed Sheeran's song "Photograph." (Heads up: the official UK trailer is just as heart-wrenching.)

It's Out in Theaters!
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It's Out in Theaters!

The movie comes out today, but if you haven't read the book yet, don't fret — there are enough subtle differences between the novel and the movie so that not everything will be totally spoiled for you. If you have already read it, though, try one of these similar books.