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Trailer for Scarlett Johansson’s new movie ‘Rough Night’ released

9 March 2017 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Hollywood, CA, United States (4E) – A comedy with a twist of crime is the new movie that Scarlett Johansson stars in alongside Kate McKinnon, Zoe Kravitz, Jillian Bell, and Ilana Glazer and the first trailer of the flick called “Rough Night” gave fans a sneak peek on what to expect.

For the first part of the trailer, the characters of the five girls reunited for the first time after how many years as they were all busy with their lives. They met up in Miami for the bachelorette weekend of Johansson.

Photos of the girls back when they were younger were also shown and they tried to mimic what they did before during their bachelorette party. However, things took a dark turn when they accidentally killed a male stripper.

The ladies then try to cover the death up as well as use all the cocaine they scored because they did not want to get arrested. They also consulted a lawyer towards the end and they were given the bad news that moving the body of a dead person will get them 15 years behind bars. The girls tried to move the body by hanging him “Fifty Shades” style.

“Rough Night” also stars Colon Haynes, Demi Moore, Enrique Murciano, Hasan Minhaj, Karan Soni, and Ty Burrell. On the evening of the movie’s trailer release, Haynes took to Snapchat to say, "I'm nervous because I may or may not have a lot of clothes on in this movie. I don't know what made the trailer or not. So, you guys might be seeing something."

The movie was originally titled “Rock That Body.” The writers from “Broad City” are Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs. Aniello also is the director of the movie. Dave Becky and Matt Tolmach produced the movie and Matthew Hirsch was the executive producer.

Aniello said of the real essence of the movie, "It's a movie about friendships. It was really more about honing in on our experience of having friendships from high school and college that have evolved and maybe gotten a little bit distant. What does it feel like when you reconnect with those people? Are people excited to be reunited? Are they resentful? What is that experience like? Hopefully it will have people reflecting on their own lives and their own friendships and relate to friendships that maybe should be worked on."

“Rough Night” will be out on June 16.

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