Meryl Streep is the talk of HBO Max in first look at Steven Soderbergh's Let Them All Talk
The trailer also sees new looks at new shows featuring Kaley Cuoco, Jude Law, and executive producer Ridley Scott.
The streaming platform picked up the rights to the Oscar winner's new movie with director Steven Soderbergh early in the shelf life of the service, and now the streamer has snuck in the first look at the actress' latest eye-turning performance in Let Them All Talk.
Tucked away around the 1:52 time stamp of the latest trailer for HBO Max's upcoming offerings is a look at this gem, which also stars Dianne Wiest (Edward Scissorhands), Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown), Lucas Hedges (Manchester By the Sea), and Gemma Chan (Crazy Rich Asians).
"Here's to reconnecting the gang of three," Streep says as her author character, who takes a cruise with her besties, played by Wiest and Bergen. Based on Bergen's next line, it seems there's a lot of self-reflection involved with this trip. "Who's the real you?" she questions. "Does anybody trust you?"
Meanwhile, off in the quiet corners of the film (and the trailer), there's Hedges, playing Streep's nephew, trying to romance Streep’s literary agent (Chan).
The trailer briefly highlights a number of other programming, including Jude Law in HBO's limited series The Third Day, Ridley Scott and Aaron Guzikowski's Raised By Wolves sci-fi series for HBO Max, and The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco in the series The Flight Attendant. Then there are the more heavily promoted shows like HBO's Perry Mason and Lovecraft Country, and HBO Max's Seth Rogen-led film American Pickle.
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated Lucas Hedges plays Meryl Streep's son in Let Them All Talk. He plays her on-screen nephew.