The new series is based off Gillian Flynn's 2006 best-selling novel of the same name.
The first trailer for "Sharp Objects" is very much a teaser - haunting music, whispers, and dark images with no real context or plot. One thing that does seem certain though is that the series is really aiming high in the horror stakes.
Camille Preaker (Adams) is given the assignment to cover the murder of a young girl in her hometown Wind Gap, Missouri. I also wouldn't be surprised if Adams ends up with an Emmy for her work unless that awards body wants to follow suit of the Oscars and just not give her all the awards she so richly deserves.
Born Amy Lou Adams on August 20, 1975 at the US military base located in Aviano, Italy to American parents Richard and Kathryn Adams as one of their seventh children, the Oscar-nominated American film and television actress was more than an exceptional beauty.
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It opens with a young woman's voiceover saying: "Momma said she saw a ghost once". Gillian is the author who wrote Gone Girl and Dark Places, so you know this series is going to feature so many mind-blowing twists and turns.
Sharp Objects will premiere on HBO in July of 2018. Jean-Marc Vallée, who also directed HBO's Big Little Lies, helms all eight episodes written by Flynn and Marti Noxon, who also serves as showrunner.
A year after "Big Little Lies", HBO is offering a first glimpse at their latest attempt at turning a runaway literary success into TV gold. "Are you?" From there, we get clips of Adams toying with a straight razor, sinister bathtubs, creepy doll houses, trapped tarantulas, and blood.