'The Circle' Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Emma Watson Gets Famous Online? First Trailer Revealed!

By Monica Rodriguez , Updated Dec 08, 2016 10:26 PM EST

Emma Watson lands a job in a tech company in the new film "The Circle." The trailer of the film has just been released and it takes fans into the world of social media.

According to a report in Wired, Emma Watson is Mae Holland in "The Circle." She is a college graduate and has landed a job in big tech company. The company is headed by Bailey (Tom Hanks) and has ambitions in the internet world.

"The Circle" is based on a novel by Dave Eggers and it explores the secrets of the internet. All that the social media is has been explored in the novel and so on the film. This may be an eye-opener on what the internet can be to the people.

The Telegraph reports that The Circle tells a story of how personal lives can be made transparent through the internet. In the film, the tech company markets a SeeChange camera. This camera records the user's life as a whole.

Mae Holland uses this and becomes an online celebrity in "The Circle." This SeeChange camera makes the character a celebrity and suffers the consequences behind it as the film moves along. The film also features a certain program on the internet that can change everything.

Meanwhile, Bailey's character in "The Circle" is the founder of the company. He believes that each one must share about their lives using the internet according to a report in USA Today. Bailey is interested in technology to rule over people's lives.

"The Circle" would show that there are different things that may happen if ruled by the internet. It also depicts about how sharing much information online can affect a person's life. The film is a great tool to look at technology. Social media is used by most nowadays and is timely that the film can show how the internet works for a person's life.

"The Circle" is set to air on April 28, 2017.

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