LAST CHRISTMAS TRAILER GIVES AWAY SHOCK TWIST IN EMILIA CLARKE HENRY GOLDING ROMCOM?

LAST CHRISTMAS revealed its first trailer for the Emilia Clark and Henry Golding romcom, but did it also accidentally reveal its big twist? Pack your hankies.

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