Watch: Two Trailers for Max Landis' Directorial Debut 'Me Him Her'
"Welcome to Los Angeles." Get ready for something wild and wacky. The first trailer has debuted for Max Landis' feature directorial debut, Me Him Her, which was filmed around Los Angeles in 2013. The sex comedy is about a semi-famous TV star named Brendan, played by Luke Bracey, who is coming out of the closet and recruits the help of his friend, played by Dustin Milligan. The full cast includes Emily Meade, Alia Shawkat, Angela Sarafyan, Casey Wilson, Geena Davis, Scott Bakula, Haley Joel Osment, Kyle Bornheimer, Jake McDorman, Lance Henriksen. There's some strange and totally weird stuff going on in this trailer, it seems that it's the kind of film that just needs to be seen to be fully understood. Landis cut together his own version of the trailer that he says matches the tone better - also included below.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster art) for Max Landis' Me Him Her, originally debuted by EW.com:
Alternate version from Max Landis: "I wasn't happy with the trailer that had been released, so I oversaw @CourtneyEady make a cut I felt was more true to the tone of the film." Here's that trailer via YouTube:
Twenty-something drifter Corey arrives in Los Angeles to help his semi-famous TV star friend Brendan take his first steps out of the closet. Me Him Her is written and directed by filmmaker/screenwriter Max Landis, of The Death and Return of Superman and a few other shorts previously; plus the scripts for Chronicle, American Ultra, Mr. Right and Victor Frankenstein. Landis explained previously that the film is kind of "Reality Bites on acid" and takes place in Los Angeles exploring sex, love and friendship in "the weirdest, most surreal way possible." Landis' Me Him Her premiered at the Seattle Film Festival last year, and arrives in select theaters + on VOD starting March 11th this month. If you're interested, check it out.
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Always interested in Landis's works. He is outspoken, often outrageous and very talented.
DAVIDPD on Mar 7, 2016
Is being gay in Hollywood still a big deal? They're actors, even John Wayne was gay. Does look quite funny in parts though.
Carpola on Mar 7, 2016
Mr.Razzbender on Mar 7, 2016
Well, it looks like fun, so why not?
shiboleth on Mar 7, 2016
It had potential..... and then.....
Ellz on Mar 10, 2016
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