Kumail Nanjiani joins forces with The great sick director Michael Showalter and Issa Rae in the trailer for their upcoming comedy, The lovebirds. Launched in 2017, The great sick He told the partially true story of how Nanjiani (who plays himself) and his cowriter in the film, Emily V. Gordon, met and fell in love in real life. Celebrated for its sincere and fun interpretation of the challenges of navigating cultural, family and disease differences, the film became one of the biggest independent box office successes of that year, which finally earned Nanjiani and Gordon a nomination for Oscar for his writings.
Although The lovebirds not a complete The great sick meeting, rejoins Najiani and Showalter for a very different kind of romantic comedy starring Rae. Written by Blind point Alones Aaron Abrams, Brendon Gall and Martin Gero, the film revolves around a couple (Nanjiani and Rae) who are about to separate when they get entangled in a strange murder mystery, forcing them to work together and get out of this disaster in the course of a very wild night. With its release date in April still a few months off, The lovebirds It is launching its marketing this week.
Paramount dropped the trailer of The lovebirds online this morning, before its debut in theaters this weekend. You can see it in the space below.
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Source: Paramount Pictures
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