New Queen & Slim trailer leaves fans in tears as Daniel Kaluuya kills police officer in tense drama

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A new trailer has dropped for Queen & Slim, bringing fans to tears.

The film, penned by Lena Waithe and directed by Melina Matsoukas, focuses on a black couple who are forced to go on the run when they kill a white police officer in self-defence.

The trailer begins with Daniel Kaluuya (Slim) and Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen) on the way home from their first date, when they are pulled over by a policeman.

You failed to execute a turn signal back there, the officer explains, before asking Slim to step out of the car.



When he refuses to give a reason, things escalate and Slim shoots the officer in self-defence, which then becomes front page news.

The couple flee their homes and go on the run, being greeted as heroes by some, and vicious criminals by others.

Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya play Queen and Slim(Picture: Universal Pictures)

Thank you for this journey, Slim can be seen telling her beau. No matter how it ends.

And fans are seriously excited to get a proper look at the film, which is out in the US in November.

Flocking to Twitter, one commented: Its about to go down @QueenAndSlim cant wait for the most anticipated film of the year.

Coming through at @LenaWaithe.

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Fans went wild for the clip (Picture: Universal Pictures)

I am crying on the bus right now as I watch this, another said. I could not be more thrilled. Get excited yall.

All the mf-ing feels!!! Cant wait, a follower posted.

While a Twitter user added: Cant wait for this movie to come out!!!

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Queen & Slim is out in cinemas later this year (Picture: Universal Pictures)

Daniel previously opened up about filming Queen & Slim – which also stars Fle and Chloe Sevigny – admitting the whole thing messed him up.

It kind of messed me up a little bit. It was dark, being in that space, he told Complex on filming in Cleveland.

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We are so desensitised to that imagery of black people being beaten up by the police that you dont realise that if you [are] beaten up by somebody, you cant actually beat back.

I cant beat him up. Thats crazy. Its very intimate to me.

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