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Back in October, HBO released the first   Big Little Lies teaser , the network's upcoming adaptation of Liane Moriarty's best-selling novel starring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Shailene Woodley. Since then, the network also announced that the limited series will debut on Feb. 19, the Sunday immediately following Valentine's Day. That mid-winter holiday seems the perfect time to unveil a chilly story about love, lust, betrayal… and murder. Somehow, the new full   Big Little Lies trailer song perfectly encapsulate not just the themes of the show itself, but also the ironically appropriate timing of its premiere.

The trailer starts with about a minute of exposition, as we're introduced to our trio of troubled protagonists, Celeste (Kidman), Madeline (Witherspoon), and Jane (Woodley). We get to hear plenty of what their "friends" and neighbors think about them, until things build to a literally explosive climax. "Things never blow over," a character narrates. "They blow up." With the sound of a gunshot, the trailer switches gears, focusing on the darker side of this tale, as the main musical track finally takes over.

"Did you ever want it?" the soulful singer asks. "Did you want it bad? Oh, my. It tears me apart." In a moment of beautifully synchronicity, Kidman's Celeste can simultaneously be heard telling her husband that, "I'm trying to decide whether I'm happy or sad." So what is this perfect music?

The song is "Cold Little Heart" by 29-year-old British soul singer Michael Kiwanuka, the 10-minute opening track off his latest album, Love & Hate , which was released earlier this summer to rapturous reviews . From those haunting first lines, the lyrics only get more chillingly appropriate from there:

It's clear to anyone who's read Moriarty's novel — or even just watched the two-minute trailer — that these women are exceedingly dissatisfied with themselves and their lives. Their carefully manicured exteriors do a superb job of masking the turmoil they're harboring on the inside; their "pain," their "bleeding"… their "cold little hearts," if you will.

It sounds like Big Little Lies will be the perfect antidote to the typical sappy holiday sweetness this coming Valentine's Day.

It’s been a long time since counterculture stand-up legend Bill Hicks sermonized on the soul-sucking evils of corporate America, naming advertising executives as the gravest

The great Alfred Hitchcock certainly knew how to make a movie — but he also knew how to SELL a movie. His trailer for “Psycho,”

Listening to the radio this weekend on a drive up to upstate New York, I kept hearing “back to school, back to school, back to

It came across my desk today that Art Kingdom (Trailer House from Mexico) just put forth it’s trailer cutting services as an award in the

Back in October, HBO released the first   Big Little Lies teaser , the network's upcoming adaptation of Liane Moriarty's best-selling novel starring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Shailene Woodley. Since then, the network also announced that the limited series will debut on Feb. 19, the Sunday immediately following Valentine's Day. That mid-winter holiday seems the perfect time to unveil a chilly story about love, lust, betrayal… and murder. Somehow, the new full   Big Little Lies trailer song perfectly encapsulate not just the themes of the show itself, but also the ironically appropriate timing of its premiere.

The trailer starts with about a minute of exposition, as we're introduced to our trio of troubled protagonists, Celeste (Kidman), Madeline (Witherspoon), and Jane (Woodley). We get to hear plenty of what their "friends" and neighbors think about them, until things build to a literally explosive climax. "Things never blow over," a character narrates. "They blow up." With the sound of a gunshot, the trailer switches gears, focusing on the darker side of this tale, as the main musical track finally takes over.

"Did you ever want it?" the soulful singer asks. "Did you want it bad? Oh, my. It tears me apart." In a moment of beautifully synchronicity, Kidman's Celeste can simultaneously be heard telling her husband that, "I'm trying to decide whether I'm happy or sad." So what is this perfect music?

The song is "Cold Little Heart" by 29-year-old British soul singer Michael Kiwanuka, the 10-minute opening track off his latest album, Love & Hate , which was released earlier this summer to rapturous reviews . From those haunting first lines, the lyrics only get more chillingly appropriate from there:

It's clear to anyone who's read Moriarty's novel — or even just watched the two-minute trailer — that these women are exceedingly dissatisfied with themselves and their lives. Their carefully manicured exteriors do a superb job of masking the turmoil they're harboring on the inside; their "pain," their "bleeding"… their "cold little hearts," if you will.

It sounds like Big Little Lies will be the perfect antidote to the typical sappy holiday sweetness this coming Valentine's Day.

It’s been a long time since counterculture stand-up legend Bill Hicks sermonized on the soul-sucking evils of corporate America, naming advertising executives as the gravest

The great Alfred Hitchcock certainly knew how to make a movie — but he also knew how to SELL a movie. His trailer for “Psycho,”

Listening to the radio this weekend on a drive up to upstate New York, I kept hearing “back to school, back to school, back to

It came across my desk today that Art Kingdom (Trailer House from Mexico) just put forth it’s trailer cutting services as an award in the

(From a TV-interview) I can get caught in many things but there is one thing I will never get caught in, and that is acting - because I don't act. On screen I am like I am in real life.

Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan
December 27, 1965
Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India

Back in October, HBO released the first   Big Little Lies teaser , the network's upcoming adaptation of Liane Moriarty's best-selling novel starring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Shailene Woodley. Since then, the network also announced that the limited series will debut on Feb. 19, the Sunday immediately following Valentine's Day. That mid-winter holiday seems the perfect time to unveil a chilly story about love, lust, betrayal… and murder. Somehow, the new full   Big Little Lies trailer song perfectly encapsulate not just the themes of the show itself, but also the ironically appropriate timing of its premiere.

The trailer starts with about a minute of exposition, as we're introduced to our trio of troubled protagonists, Celeste (Kidman), Madeline (Witherspoon), and Jane (Woodley). We get to hear plenty of what their "friends" and neighbors think about them, until things build to a literally explosive climax. "Things never blow over," a character narrates. "They blow up." With the sound of a gunshot, the trailer switches gears, focusing on the darker side of this tale, as the main musical track finally takes over.

"Did you ever want it?" the soulful singer asks. "Did you want it bad? Oh, my. It tears me apart." In a moment of beautifully synchronicity, Kidman's Celeste can simultaneously be heard telling her husband that, "I'm trying to decide whether I'm happy or sad." So what is this perfect music?

The song is "Cold Little Heart" by 29-year-old British soul singer Michael Kiwanuka, the 10-minute opening track off his latest album, Love & Hate , which was released earlier this summer to rapturous reviews . From those haunting first lines, the lyrics only get more chillingly appropriate from there:

It's clear to anyone who's read Moriarty's novel — or even just watched the two-minute trailer — that these women are exceedingly dissatisfied with themselves and their lives. Their carefully manicured exteriors do a superb job of masking the turmoil they're harboring on the inside; their "pain," their "bleeding"… their "cold little hearts," if you will.

It sounds like Big Little Lies will be the perfect antidote to the typical sappy holiday sweetness this coming Valentine's Day.

Back in October, HBO released the first   Big Little Lies teaser , the network's upcoming adaptation of Liane Moriarty's best-selling novel starring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Shailene Woodley. Since then, the network also announced that the limited series will debut on Feb. 19, the Sunday immediately following Valentine's Day. That mid-winter holiday seems the perfect time to unveil a chilly story about love, lust, betrayal… and murder. Somehow, the new full   Big Little Lies trailer song perfectly encapsulate not just the themes of the show itself, but also the ironically appropriate timing of its premiere.

The trailer starts with about a minute of exposition, as we're introduced to our trio of troubled protagonists, Celeste (Kidman), Madeline (Witherspoon), and Jane (Woodley). We get to hear plenty of what their "friends" and neighbors think about them, until things build to a literally explosive climax. "Things never blow over," a character narrates. "They blow up." With the sound of a gunshot, the trailer switches gears, focusing on the darker side of this tale, as the main musical track finally takes over.

"Did you ever want it?" the soulful singer asks. "Did you want it bad? Oh, my. It tears me apart." In a moment of beautifully synchronicity, Kidman's Celeste can simultaneously be heard telling her husband that, "I'm trying to decide whether I'm happy or sad." So what is this perfect music?

The song is "Cold Little Heart" by 29-year-old British soul singer Michael Kiwanuka, the 10-minute opening track off his latest album, Love & Hate , which was released earlier this summer to rapturous reviews . From those haunting first lines, the lyrics only get more chillingly appropriate from there:

It's clear to anyone who's read Moriarty's novel — or even just watched the two-minute trailer — that these women are exceedingly dissatisfied with themselves and their lives. Their carefully manicured exteriors do a superb job of masking the turmoil they're harboring on the inside; their "pain," their "bleeding"… their "cold little hearts," if you will.

It sounds like Big Little Lies will be the perfect antidote to the typical sappy holiday sweetness this coming Valentine's Day.

It’s been a long time since counterculture stand-up legend Bill Hicks sermonized on the soul-sucking evils of corporate America, naming advertising executives as the gravest

The great Alfred Hitchcock certainly knew how to make a movie — but he also knew how to SELL a movie. His trailer for “Psycho,”

Listening to the radio this weekend on a drive up to upstate New York, I kept hearing “back to school, back to school, back to

It came across my desk today that Art Kingdom (Trailer House from Mexico) just put forth it’s trailer cutting services as an award in the

(From a TV-interview) I can get caught in many things but there is one thing I will never get caught in, and that is acting - because I don't act. On screen I am like I am in real life.

Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan
December 27, 1965
Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India

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In a desperate bid to take the fight to their pursuers and finish it, Lola and Chelsea put it all on the line. But a devastating betrayal will threaten to bring it all crashing down.

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The chase for the car with the money leads Chelsea and Lola to the wild Baruma Bush Bash. With relations still strained, Lola confronts Chelsea about her own secret baggage.


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