Meryl Streep, Candice Bergen, and Dianne Wiest get their gab on in Let Them All Talk trailer
Ocean liners may be docked for the foreseeable future, but HBO Max is offering you the cruise of a lifetime this December.
The streaming service has finally released the first trailer for Steven Soderbergh's Let Them All Talk, starring Meryl Streep as Alice, an award-winning author whose two oldest friends (Candice Bergen and Dianne Wiest) join her on a voyage across the Atlantic. As the three legendary actresses revealed to EW earlier this year, the film was shot in just two weeks aboard the Queen Mary 2 in 2019, with the actors improvising almost all of their dialogue.
"They would give us the outlines of a situation, and then we knew where we had to end up," Streep explained. "But they didn't tell us how to get there."
"When it was over, I thought for a while that I had dreamt doing the movie," Bergen added. "It was over so quickly."
Let Them All Talk also stars Lucas Hedges as Alice's nephew and Gemma Chan as her agent. The gabfest is the first in a series of projects for HBO Max and HBO from the prolific Soderbergh, who has already begun shooting his next movie for the streaming service, a crime film titled No Sudden Move.
But let's not get ahead of ourselves. Let Them All Talk will debut Dec. 10 on HBO Max. You can watch the full trailer above.