Universal Pictures unveiled Monday the final trailer for director Edgar Wright’s new psychological horror movie, “Last Night in Soho“.
Wright directed the movie from a screenplay he co-wrote with Krysty Wilson-Cairns.
Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, Matt Smith, Rita Tushingham, Terrence Stamp, and Diana Rigg, who made the movie prior to her death in autumn 2020.
Taylor-Joy plays Sandy, a creepy showgirl from 1960s London, who a modern-day fashion student Eloise (McKenzie) aspires to be and begins to connect with her ghost and channeling her into her work as a designer.
The new trailer showed Eloise dreaming about Sandy and experiencing a life of glamour and luxury but soon finds out that she was having glimpses into Sandy’s life.
Eloise discovers that the singer is supposed to die soon and attempts to find a way to stop her death, which could be her own should she become trapped in her trip to the past.
“Last Night in Soho” premiered at the 46th Edition of the Toronto International Film Festival.
Wright recently revealed Quentin Tarantino inspired the title of the movie by introducing the filmmaker to a song of the same name used in “Death Proof”.
He also released his own official playlist of songs to accompany the film, titled “Edgar Wright’s Solo Nights”.
“Last Night in Soho” is set to debut on October 29.