In it we see Clarke and Golding's meet-cute and learn that her character, Kate, seems to be going through a tough time. Eventually she reveals to Golding's character, Tom, that she almost died. "I was really sick and I nearly died. I don't tell people because they get weird, but I don't think you'll get weird," Kate says. "I'm just scared all the time."
Even just watching the three-minute trailer, you get the sense there's something more to Tom. He seems to appear (and disappear) quite easily and has a sort of "guardian angel" vibe.
Watch the trailer for yourself, below, and then let's discuss further.
Fans on social media immediately sensed there might be something more to this story than meets the eye. Some fans think that Tom might be a ghost or apparition of some kind. "OMG, is he a ghost??? I smell an M. Night Shyamalan twist," one wrote. Another tweeted, "So not that it's a bad thing but @paulfeig did the trailer seemingly give away the major twist that @henrygolding is a guardian angel, or a ghost, a hallucination, or Jesus?"
Others thought there might be a clue in the George Michael song that shares the movie's title. In "Last Christmas," Michael sings, "Last Christmas, I gave you my heart…."
"Probably the twist, right? Like, Emilia Clarke's character probably got the heart of Henry Golding's character the previous Xmas and now has visions of him. I think she's the only one who interacts with him in the trailer?" one fan said.
Other social media users took the opportunity to make some jokes.
Looks like we'll have to wait until Last Christmas is released on November 8 to find out the real answer.
Originally Appeared on Glamour