Official Trailer for Stoner Comedy 'High Road' Featuring Lizzy Caplan
"I'm gone for six hours and you make out with your boss?!" Millennium Entertainment has debuted a new trailer on Hulu (via Cinema Blend) for a stoner comedy of sorts called High Road, written and directed by actor Matt Walsh, about some pot dealer and the crazy stuff happening to him in his life. The cast is the best part about it, including: Lizzy Caplan, Abby Elliott, Ed Helms, Dylan O'Brien, James Pumphrey, Rob Riggle, Horatio Sans, Zach Woods, and of course, Joe Lo Truglio. This looks somewhat amusing, maybe briefly entertaining, but not that great honestly. It is a comedy, so a few of you may laugh more than me. Have fun!
Watch the first official trailer Matt Walsh's High Road, embedded via Hulu:
A totally improvised comedy, sorta. Glenn 'Fitz' (James Pumphrey) is a 'bohemian artist wanna-be' caught in an unusual love-triangle between his music, his girlfriend Monica (Abby Elliott), and… selling weed.
High Road is directed by American actor/producer/writer Matt Walsh, making his feature directorial debut. The screenplay was co-written by Walsh and producer Josh Weiner (Could Be Something There, Hy-phen). Northern Lights Films developed the indie comedy, and Millennium Entertainment will be releasing it. High Road will be arriving in limited theaters starting on March 6th early this year. Anyone interested in this?
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
Gotta get rid of these HULU players, Alex
TheGreatOne on Jan 31, 2012
Please HULU players are a headache, why cant you just use youtube?
Ak on Jan 31, 2012
This looks hilarious and has some of the funniest people working in the industry collaborating in it. Definitely a "must see" for me.
peloquin on Jan 31, 2012
Glad to see Lizzy getting more action. She's one of my favorite hotties.
Big Boss on Jan 31, 2012
trailer had some funny moments...... i might catch it on a rent.
Anonymous on Jan 31, 2012
i love me some lizzy caplan.
yan on Feb 1, 2012
Looks a bit like a tv series.
Crapola on Feb 1, 2012
Hulu and their stupid "message from our sponsors" apology.
norm on Apr 6, 2012
Oh, and the movie needs more Lizzy Caplan and less everyone else.
norm on Apr 6, 2012
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