Can we join in the fun?
Netflix has released the official trailer for Yes day, the new family comedy starring Jennifer garner, Edgar ramirezY Jenna ortega. The fun and energetic Netflix original is based on the best-selling children’s book. Yes day, written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and illustrated by Tom lichtenheld. Yes day is run by Miguel Arteta (The good girl, Duck butter) and is written by Justin malen (Father figures), who adapted the story from the book by Lichtenheld and Krouse Rosenthal. In addition to Garner, Ramírez and Ortega, Yes day stars June Diane Raphael, Fortune Feimster, Nat Faxon, Arthur CastroY girl Sims.
The trailer of Yes day it is what one might imagine as a sugar rush. They introduce us to the Torres family for the first time. Parents Carlos (Ramírez) and Allison (Garner) frequently spend their days running after their three children: Katie (Ortega), Nando (Julian Lerner) and Ellie (Everly Carganilla) – and protect them from doing something too dangerous. Well, what they consider “dangerous” because the jury is still out on how fatal a waffle volcano spewing oat lava can be. Fed up with all the “no’s”, Katie proposes that the Torres spend a whole day together and, more importantly, Carlos and Allison have to say “yes” to whatever the children ask. Carlos and Allison agree to the plan, and as a truly wild adventure unfolds throughout the day, the entire Torres family shares a bonding experience like no other.
Yes day It will launch on Netflix on March 12. Check out the official trailer for Yes day down. To learn more, find out what’s coming to Netflix in February.
Here’s the official synopsis and poster for Yes day:
Always feeling like they have to say “No” to their children and co-workers, Allison and Carlos decide to give their three children a “Yes Day” where, for 24 hours, the children set the rules. Little did they know they would embark on a dizzying adventure through Los Angeles that would bring the family closer than ever.
“All I wanted to do is make sure I keep the essence of Darcy, but also let it grow a bit.”
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