Love can make you do strange things.
Consider me very intrigued by the trailer for Saban Films’ Happily, a dark romantic comedy starring Joel McHale (Community) Y Kerry Bishé (Stop and set fire). The new movie comes from BenDavid Grabinski (Are you afraid of the dark?), which he directs from a script he also wrote. This twisted comedy, that counts Twenty one As a producer, it was originally scheduled to premiere at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival, but will finally arrive in March. With chops like this and a killer trailer to boot, you might want to set a reminder to review Happily the second is thrown.
There’s a lot to love about the trailer for Happily. McHale and Bishé lead the cast as Tom and Janet, a happily married couple who can’t get enough of each other. Seriously. Whether it’s a constant PDA and daily hookup sessions, Tom and Janet are head over heels in love with each other. In fact, while they are busy being hot for each other, their friends are getting hot and annoyed by the way they show their affection. You have to do something and how Happily The trailer reveals, it seems that Tom and Janet’s friends are willing to do everything they can to control this affectionate couple. But, when Tom and Janet begin to suspect that something is not right, they begin to question the solidarity of their relationship. .
Besides McHale and Bishé, Happily stars Stephen Root, Paul Scheer, Breckin Meyer, Natalie Zea, Natalie Morales, Shannon woodward, Charlyne yi, Kirby Howell-BaptisteY John Daly. In addition to Black, the producers of Happily include Spencer Berman, Ross KohnY Nancy Leopardi.
Happily It will be released in theaters, on demand and in digital format on Friday, March 19. Check out the trailer for Happily down.
Here’s the official synopsis and poster for Happily:
In ‘Happily‘, a happily married couple (Joel McHale and Kerry Bishé) discover that their friends are resentful of their lustful relationship. When a visit from a mysterious stranger leads to a corpse, they begin to question the loyalty of their supposed friends.
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