Netflix Drops Trailer for Its Anticipated Series Ripley

Netflix drops trailer for its anticipated series Ripley. The Ripley series from Netflix seems all set and ready to salt and burn the earth in the newly released trailer. The series in question from Steven Zaillian teases the transformation of Andrew Scott into the talented Tom.

Netflix Drops Trailer for Ripley

Netflix Drops Trailer for Ripley

Whether it is from reading the original 1955 novel of Patricia Highsmith, or it is that you are seeing any of the films that were inspired by it, we are all familiar with at least some of the beasts from The Talented Mr. Ripley. But even if it is that you have been a fan of all the past adaptations of Ripley, the new series on Netflix from the writer/director Steven Zaillian looks very much like it is going to be something inspired.

Ripley Storyline and Settings

Ripley, set in 1960s new york city and other cities across Italy, tells the story of Tom (Andrew Scott), a well talented as well as a cunning man whose more or less ordinary life begins to take a turn when he gets to meet the father of Dickie Greenleaf (Johnny Flynn), a very rich playboy who has run off to Europe with Marge (Dakota Fanning) his very good friend.

And although The Talented Mr. Ripley focuses majorly on how Tom begins to insert himself into the life of Dickie gradually after being sent on a mission to bring him home, the first trailer of Ripley puts all of its emphasis on how many detectives that are busy searching for Tom himself.

What To Expect from Netflix’s Ripley Series

If you are one of many who are familiar with the classic Ripley story, the artful trailer, black and white shots of Tom reportedly altering a passport, greeting Italian detectives at his doorstep, and then standing up on a really small boat in the middle of the sea will all speak great volumes in regards to the many twists and turns that the show is going to ultimately take.

One thing that the trailer leaves you to guess though is that whether Scott’s Ripley is at all times going to give off the very obvious “I’m not to be trusted” vibe for the entirety of the season, if it is that he is actually going to turn on the charm at some point in the series when it gets to make its debut on April 4th.



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