Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Gets A First Trailer

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And if Sophie needed pregnancy advice, wouldn't she just ask her own mother?

U.S. actress Meryl Streep waves to journalists at a press conference to promote her movie "Mamma Mia!" in Tokyo on January 22, 2009.

It certainly made a lot of fans excited for the sequel, which will take place in the present and the past, flashing back to a young Donna played by Lily James. From Universal Pictures, Mamma Mia!

Rosie says, "Your mother was the bravest person we ever knew".

Viewers of the original delightful mess might notice something off: all the clips of Meryl Streep are from the first film. The Movie grossed more than $600 million around the world, you are invited to return to the magical Greek island of Kalokairi in an all-new original musical based on the songs of ABBA.

Meryl Streep, Julie Walters and Christine Baranski reprise their roles as best friends Donna, Rosie and Tanya.

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Lily James will play a young Donna. In this 2017 "prequel", the suitors are Hugh Skinner (young Harry), Josh Dylan (young Bill), and Jeremy Irvine (young Sam).

Lily James, who fleetingly used her lovely singing voice in Baby Driver, joins the cast as young Donna. We can't say. But Cher, who in real life is only three years older than Streep, is playing Sophie's grandmother - so anything is possible.

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.

And one wrote: "Mamma mia here we go again more like mamma mia we ain't going anywhere without donna".

"By myself"? Sophie's fiancé, Sky (Dominic Cooper), was shown later on in the footage, but her mom is largely M.I.A. for the present-day scenes.

While another added: "When u wait 10 years for a Mamma Mia sequel but then they kill off Donna Sheridan". However, Daily Variety wrote that the trailer "teases Meryl Streep's Character's Death".

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