Watch: Second Official Trailer for Paul Feig's Comedy 'Bridesmaids'
Universal has debuted one more trailer via MSN for Paul Feig's new comedy Bridesmaids, starring a wild line-up of women: Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, Ellie Kemper, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi Mclendon-Covey and Kali Hawk. The guys include Matt Lucas, Chris O'Dowd and even Jon Hamm. The film recently premiered as a "work-in-progress" cut at the SXSW Film Festival a few days ago, where despite not being finished, Peter Sciretta from /Film raved: "Confident, a mix of laugh-out-loud funny, smart, raunchy, and heartbreaking. Bridesmaides [sic] is a homerun." Now that's some praise! Check out the trailer below.
Watch the second official trailer (first one here) for Paul Feig's Bridesmaids:
Bridesmaids is directed by Paul Feig, of feature films I Am David and Unaccompanied Minors, but he has a lot of TV directing work on shows like "Arrested Development", "The Office" and "Nurse Jackie". The story follows Annie (Kristen Wiig), a maid of honor whose life unravels as she leads her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), and a group of colorful bridesmaids on a wild ride down the road to matrimony. Can Annie keep all of her personal issues at bay while she tries to plan the perfect wedding? Universal is bringing the Judd Apatow-produced Bridesmaids to theaters everywhere starting on May 13th in the summer. Worth seeing?
Reader Feedback - 16 Comments
I'll see it for Chris O'Dowd. He was great in The Boat The Rocked. Plus Wiig is funny.
Anonymous on Mar 15, 2011
I feel like this is trying to be The Hangover for women. I do like Wiig though...
Traveler on Mar 16, 2011
There already was The Hangover (or 2) for women. cough Sex and the City cough
Jezza on Mar 16, 2011
Oh noes! too many movies about women having fun! we're only allowed sex and the citay type stuff, where we talk about shoes and clothes and relationships! ps: i dont think this is bad writing just because its "female" hangover, could be better of course - but only because script is a tad too safe. Ironically because it's 'for the ladies', they didnt want to go all out, reinforcing the stereotype that women arent funny. Men can think women arent funny all they want, ive met more funny women than funny men. and most men like to think themsevles funny, of course.
Jane on Mar 23, 2011
I'm in for Chris O'Dowd too... plus... I ate saturday...
Nick on Mar 16, 2011
I have to agree about Kristen Wiig, guys. She's one of the few reasons left to watch SNL. Her and Samberg's Digital Shorts. This trailer actually made me chuckle a few times. What a faceplant!
JL on Mar 16, 2011
it looks pretty good. I'll def. check it out.
Lucas Rios on Mar 16, 2011
hangover with females but with a difference...bad writing
A5J4DX on Mar 15, 2011
Micah Wilkins on Mar 16, 2011
I'll watch it, looks not bad.
Crapola on Mar 16, 2011
Looks OK. It doesn't really appeal to me though. Woman aren't that funny.
M.K. Nielsen on Mar 16, 2011
I hate that I'm female, yet agree.
Lar on Mar 16, 2011
Yeah, try to sit through some Margaret Cho.
JL on Mar 17, 2011
Lmao, the kid's face at "I ate Saturday..."
Lar on Mar 16, 2011
Man her roommate looks like a female Jonah Hill. She was hilarious!
Drumzamazin on Mar 24, 2011
Good stuff here.
Ells on Apr 1, 2011
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