In the newly launched trailer, the very enticing stars of the Will Gluck rom-com placed on an act to idiot household and associates.
They’re younger! They’re scorching! They’re horny! They hate one another!
Not lengthy after the net debut of the trailer for Madame Web, Spider-Woman actress Sydney Sweeney, who can be seen in HBO exhibits Euphoria and White Lotus, headlines the brand new rom-com Anyone But You, co-starring Glen Powell of Top Gun: Maverick. The new trailer comes from Sony Pictures. Will Gluck, recognized for romantic comedies corresponding to Easy A and Friends with Benefits, sits within the director’s chair for this movie and brings his edgy comedic sensibilities to the movie.
The official synopsis from Sony reads,“In the edgy comedy Anyone But You, Bea (Sydney Sweeney) and Ben (Glen Powell) appear to be the proper couple, however after a tremendous first date one thing occurs that turns their fiery scorching attraction ice chilly – till they discover themselves unexpectedly thrust collectively at a vacation spot wedding ceremony in Australia. So they do what any two mature adults would do: faux to be a pair.”
The solid listing consists of Sydney Sweeney, Glen Powell, Alexandra Shipp, GaTa, Hadley Robinson, Michelle Hurd, Dermot Mulroney, Darren Barnet, and Rachel Griffiths. The script was penned by Ilana Wolpert and Will Gluck from a narrative by Ilana Wolpert. Executive producers of the movie embrace Alyssa Altman, Jacqueline Monetta, Catherine Bishop, Natalie Sellers, Charlie Corwin, Sidney Kimmel, Mark O’Connor, Sydney Sweeney and Jonathan Davino. And Will Gluck, Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum are on board as producers on the challenge.
Sweeney’s co-star Glen Powell can be seen within the upcoming Richard Linklater movie Hit Man, the place he performs “a mild-mannered professor who moonlights as an secret agent for the police, the place he poses as a fictional hitman. Things get sophisticated when he falls in love with one of many folks he’s speculated to arrange.”
Meanwhile, Anyone But You sails into theaters on December 22.