The Layover (I) (2017)
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In the road-trip comedy, directed by Macy, Daddario and Upton’s characters are on a flight heading to Fort Lauderdale that gets rerouted due to hurricane warnings. The best friends find themselves in St. Louis fighting over the same guy, played by Barr.
Macy told Variety that he’s a big fan of slapstick humor and romantic comedies. “I thought bringing my sensibilities to this might result in something good,” he said. “The script is unexpected, which is what I think comedy needs.”
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Macy’s acting background proved to be an added benefit in having him direct, according to Daddario.
“He knows how to communicate with actors, he understands our insecurities, he
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Sandwiched in between the summer’s biggest blockbuster offerings and superhero tentpoles are a pair of outrageously funny outliers — comedies that, for all their raunchy gags and wild behavior, center squarely on women and their friendships — in the form of “Rough Night” and the upcoming release “Girls Trip.” Although both films lean hard on their comedic trappings, often in the form of booze-fueled bad behavior from their leading ladies, they also both find unexpected heart and charm in their deeper explorations of the relationships between the very different women that populate them.
But even with films like “Rough Night” and “Girls Trip” hitting the multiplex with a welcome dose of girl power, it seems that even this summer isn’t immune from the most tired and toxic of lady-centric comedy tropes: the dicks before chicks sub-genre.
Who’s ready for some more girls behaving badly, girls who put their own friendship on the line over a chance meeting with an Adonis on a plane has their hormones raging? Ready or not the trailer for The Layover is ready for your consumption.
Starring Alexandra Daddario and Kate Upton as our two cat-fighting besties Meg and Kate, The Layover is directed by William H. Macy and also stars Matt Jones, Molly Shannon, Kal Penn, and Rob Corddry.
The trailer sets up the generic story. Two friends, whose lives aren’t going quite as well, decide to take a trip away together only to be sat with next to a rather handsome young man when their plane is diverted. Having to take a layover, the three are all holed up in the same hotel and the girls take it upon themselves to impress their way into
When their plane is rerouted due to a hurricane warning, two single female best friends (Alexandra Daddario, Kate Upton) find themselves competing for the same guy (Matt Barr) during an extended layover in St. Louis.
This film is being released n August 3, 2017, through DirecTV Cinema prior to being released in a limited release on September 1, 2017, by Vertical Entertainment. The film is currently awaiting a UK release date.
Watch the new trailer for the film below.
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Somewhat surprisingly directed by William H. Macy, the movie centers on two besties, who find themselves competing for the same guy during an extended layover in St.
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It’s about to be a girl fight!
The new redband trailer for The Layover is here — and People has an exclusive first look. The film stars Kate Upton and Alexandra Daddario as recently unemployed best friends who decide to take a trip to Florida to take the edge off.
Their luck seems to turn when a hot guy (Matt Barr) ends up being in the seat between them on a flight. But when a hurricane interrupts their path, the plane has to take a layover in St. Louis — and hilarity ensues.
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