Watch: First Trailer for Joe Carnahan's 'Stretch' Starring Patrick Wilson
"All this weirdness that I got sucked into tonight woke me up." Where have you been hiding? Universal has finally debuted the first trailer for Joe Carnahan's Stretch, not to be confused with the Stretch Armstrong movie, this is about a depressed chauffeur (played by Patrick Wilson) who ends up driving an eccentric billionaire around in a stretch limo to make some extra money. As expected with a Carnahan movie, this is packed with as much absurdity as one can imagine, going all over the place over the course of one night. Looks like fun. And it looks much better than Cronenberg's Cosmopolis. The door is open, so take the ride.
Here's the first official trailer for Joe Carnahan's Stretch, debuted originally from EW.com:
Stretch logline: A chauffeur takes a job for a billionaire who makes his life hell. Wilson gets to drive James Badge Dale around all night. The film is written and directed by Joe Carnahan (of Narc, Smokin' Aces, The A-Team, The Grey previously) from a story by Carnahan, Jerry Corley & Rob Rose. The cast includes Norman Reedus, Jessica Alba, Chris Pine, Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms, Ray Liotta, Mindy Robinson, Randy Couture and David Hasselhoff. Universal will release Joe Carnahan's Stretch in theaters this fall, plus VOD everywhere starting on October 7th next month. We'll be watching out for this one. First impressions?