The Official Trailer for Lady Chatterley’s Lover was released on 3 November 2022. Joely Richardson and Holliday Grainger have already played Lady Constance Chatterley on TV, and now it is Emma Corrin’s turn.
The Crown fame stars alongside Jack O’Connell as her forbidden lover, gamekeeper Mellors, in a 2022 Netflix Original adaptation of DH Lawrence’s classic lover Lady Chatterley.
Here’s everything we know about Lady Chatterley’s Lover so far, from the release date and narrative to the cast and trailer.
What is the Release Date of Lady Chatterley’s Lover on Netflix?
Lady Chatterley’s Lover will be available entirely on Netflix on Friday, December 2nd. It will even be released in theaters on November 25th.
Who is in the cast?
• Emma Corrin will play Lady Constance Chatterley
• Jack O’Connell will play Oliver Mellors
• Matthew Duckett will play Lord Clifford Chatterley
• Joely Richardson will play Mrs Bolton
• Faye Marsay will play Hilda
• Ella Hunt will play Mrs Flint
What is the plot of Lady Chatterley’s Lover?
Lady Chatterley’s Lover, inspired by the famous DH Lawrence novel, shows the story of Lady Constance Reid played by Emma Corrin, a lady brought up in a world of wealth and luxury. Lord Clifford Chatterley portrayed by Matthew Duckett marries her, but she quickly falls out of affection with him.
Lady Chatterley has a passionate relationship with Oliver Mellors who is played by Jack O’Connell, a gamekeeper on her English estate, and experiences more desire and intimacy than she ever imagined possible.
When she realizes she has fallen for Mellors, she defies all social conventions and pursues love with the man she loves.
Is there a Trailer?
Yes, there definitely is. Netflix has released a steamy teaser that contrasts Lady Constance’s rocky relationship with Lord Clifford with her passionate romance with Mellors, ahead of the film’s December 2 premiere.
Were there previous adaptations of Lady Chatterley’s Lover?
Yes, Sean Bean and Joely Richardson appeared in Ken Russell’s BBC rendition of the classic love story in 1993. Holliday Grainger, Richard Madden, and James Norton starred in a film version of the novel, which premiered on BBC One in 2015.