'Mamma Mia' Sequel Trailer Shocks Fans With Apparent Main Character Death

'Mamma Mia' Sequel Trailer Shocks Fans With Apparent Main Character Death

That's the evidence that fans are using to point to the possible death of the Meryl Streep character; however, it's possible that Rosie refers to Donna in past tense only because she's making a comment on the younger Donna in that scene. The young Donna is played by Lily James.

Lily James will play a young Donna.

Already finding herself in a predicament, Sophie's world is turned upside down after learning her grandma (Cher) makes an unexpected visit to their Greek island of Kalokairi. The idea of a Mamma Mia without much Streep wasn't flying with fans film.

What's upsetting fans is a line in the trailer. In the end, Sam's the man and, having been Donna's true love, ends up marrying her. Sophie has her answer, everyone's happy, they go off singing, and the story is finished.

In another scene in the trailer, Sophia says to Sky: "I've never felt closer to my mom". "I appreciate that Cher has always been 16 years old and 100 years old at once", they wrote, "and time to her is a flat circle". As for her fate, we'll just have to take a chance, take a chance, take a chicka-chance chance. "And why isn't there new footage of Streep in the film?" The sequel's producer shared a cast photo of Mama Mia 2 on social media, and Meryl Streep is in it.

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Streep, meanwhile, will be seen next year in Mary Poppins Returns as Topsy, and will soon be seen in the United Kingdom with Tom Hanks in The Post.

In the trailer, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) calls on her mother's best friends and former band mates, Tanya (Christine Baranski) and Rosie (Julie Walters), to guide her as she embarks on a new life adventure: pregnancy.

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If you're looking to do any kind of box office prediction for 2018, it'd be wise not to leave the sequel to Mamma Mia! out.

Streep does not appear in the trailer, except for in flashbacks from the first film, leaving it open to speculation as to what happened to her character. "I wanna make some memories", says James, as the film teases a montage of her fun, yet dramatic early years.

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