Amy Poehler & Paul Rudd in Hilarious 'They Came Together' Trailer

April 29, 2014
Source: BuzzFeed

They Came Together

After splitting sides at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, the romantic comedy parody They Came Together starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler, is finally coming to theaters this summer, and the first trailer has arrived to show off the goods. Along with some huge laughs, there's also glimpses of the incredible supporting cast that includes Bill Hader, Ellie Kemper, Cobie Smulders, Max Greenfield, Christopher Meloni and a whole slew of hilarious cameos. Director and comedian David Wain has hit a home run with a parody that calls back to classics like Airplane and Young Frankenstein. Watch the trailer!

Here's the first trailer for David Wain's They Came Together, originally from BuzzFeed:

They Came Together is directed by David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer), who co-wrote the film with Michael Showalter (The Baxter). The film tells the love story of Joel (Paul Rudd), a corporate executive for Candy Systems and Research, a mega candy store chain, and Molly (Amy Poehler), the owner of a small sweet shop called Upper Sweet Side. When Joel is tasked with shutting down Molly’s mom-and-pop operation, the unlikely lovers find themselves hurtled into a whirlwind romance. Max Greenfield, Bill Hader, Cobie Smulders and many more star in the film Lionsgate sends to theaters and VOD on June 27th.

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97point6 on Apr 29, 2014



Akhan on Apr 29, 2014


I don't know if hilarious is the right word...

Nielsen700 on Apr 29, 2014


The trailer doesn't do the film justice. This is a classic parody from David Wain and it's raucously hilarious. Trust me.

Ethan Anderton on Apr 29, 2014


I believe you Ethan

Sky on Apr 29, 2014


I don't, looks like a by the numbers rom com. Considering I did not even crack a smile and they typically put the good jokes in a trailer, I will avoid this.

Brian Sleider on Apr 29, 2014


I was like, "hey, a trailer, nice!" I was wrong.

l.21 on Apr 29, 2014


Does any one else think Paul Rudd is not funny? He may write funny things but his acting is awful. Also that looks like shit.

Brian Sleider on Apr 29, 2014


What a train wreck. This has 'bomb' written all over it.

CoosCoos on Apr 29, 2014


Sometimes two actors just dont share good chemistry or sync up well enough to make a good movie, and i think this is one of those times. For instance Jason Bateman and Melissa Mcarthy in Identity thief. The shit is just not funny.

Rock n Rollllll on Apr 29, 2014



Tester on Apr 29, 2014


Has Wain ever made a film to rival his masterpiece?

DAVIDPD on Apr 29, 2014


There appears to be confusion with the definition of hilarious

petermccormack on Apr 29, 2014



cuckoozey on Apr 29, 2014


waste of talents

Quynh Truong on Apr 29, 2014


Bold strategy making an entire movie in a format of deadpan parody that masses never seem to notice or appreciate cotton, let's see if it pays off for him.

adam lamonica on Apr 30, 2014



Armitall on Apr 30, 2014


I don't know what everyone is talking about. I sensed a lot of the same humor that was in Wet Hot American Summer (ridiculous humor). And that movie was hilarious. I'm sure this will be another cult favorite from this director and crew. Just like We Hot wasn't a true "summer camp" movie, this will not be a true "romantic comedy".

falconx50 on Apr 30, 2014


Wow this looks like pure shit. And damn do I hate Paul Rudd! So much ugh

SkyNet300 on May 1, 2014


It's like they're trying to be clever without putting any clever effort into it. They just keep calling it a comedy, over and over again, in the hopes that the audience will go, "oooohhhh yeah... it IS a comedy." Whatever. POS. Lego Movie WAS funny.

Qrious on May 2, 2014

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