The final trailer for upcoming supernatural thriller Last Night in Soho shows more of Matt Smith’s mysterious Jack


The final trailer for Edgar Wright’s latest film, Last Night in Soho, is out. And it shows more of Matt Smith’s character and the role he plays in the film’s twisted events. The former Doctor Who star plays the charming and seductive figure of Jack. But when the dark side of his nature is revealed, it triggers a race against, and through, time.

Thomasin McKenzie is Eloise, a young student who has come to London to study fashion design. But by night she forges a mysterious connection with Anna Taylor-Joy’s Sandie, who lived in the same bedsit sixty years before. Thrown back in time as a passenger in Sandie’s body, each night Eloise experiences 1960s London through the young singer’s eyes. And among the glamour and decadence is Matt Smith as the handsome, smooth Jack. But when Eloise learns the truth about Jack, the darkness of the past begins to break through to the present. Can she bring the modern day Jack (Terrance Stamp) to justice before the supernatural terrors stalking her claim her for their own?

The dark thriller also features Dame Diana Rigg (Doctor Who: The Crimson Horror) as Miss Collins in her final film role. It’s released in both the United Kingdom and the United States on the 29th of October… just in time for a Hallowe’en visit to the cinema. Perhaps some of you will even be brave enough to see it in Leicester Square… the very same iconic cinema depicted in the trailer.


Last Night in Soho Poster (c) Focus Features Matt Smith Ann Taylor-Joy Thomasin McKenzie Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor Edgar Wright
Last Night in Soho Poster (c) Focus Features

Last Night in Soho

Edgar Wright’s psychological thriller about a young girl, passionate in fashion design, who is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But 1960s London is not what it appears, and time seems to fall apart with shady consequences…

Last Night in Soho arrives in cinemas on the 29th of October


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