MAMMA MIA! Sequel Trailer Is Here

MAMMA MIA! Sequel Trailer Is Here

MAMMA MIA! Sequel Trailer Is Here

"Here We Go Again" is both a sequel and a prequel to 2008′s "Mamma Mia!", which grossed over $600 million worldwide.

The first film, adapted from the 1999 West End/2001 Broadway musical of the same name, focused on a young bride-to-be (Seyfried) in search of her father so he can walk her down the isle. That they still retain their charm and capture youngsters' attention too was quite evident when the much-loved Meryl Streep movie Mamma Mia! which was released nearly a decade ago.

The film then goes into an extended flashback, in which Meryl Streep's character Donna is played by Lily James.

Calling on her own mum's experiences, she delves into her mother Donna's past to learn how she coped with being an only parent.

Streep played Donna Sheridan, a retired pop singer living on a Greek island, and the mum of Amanda Seyfried's character, in the first flick from 2008.

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If such surprises are in store for audiences, they're not spoiled here, although this Mamma Mia!

But today, we finally get a taste of what these famous actors worked so hard towards as the first trailer for the highly anticipated film has been released on December 21, 2017. Alexa Davis, Jessica Keenan Wyn, Jeremy Irvine, Josh Dylan and Hugh Skinner join the cast to play the younger counterparts to the film's established characters.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, directed by Ol Parker, will hit theaters on July 20, 2018. Check out the trailer for Mamma Mia!

Elsewhere Cher, 71, makes a cameo as Sophie's very glamorous grandmother - and arrives by helicopter in a very Cher-like grand entrance. There are also glimpses of Meryl Streep and Christine Baranski camping it up, but Cher steals the show.

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