Here's the first fun trailer for Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler's new romantic comedy spoof They Came Together. I got to watch this movie up at Sundance earlier this year, and for the most part I enjoyed it. I don't really care for spoofs, but this one worked much better than many of the others that have been made over the years. I do have to say that Rudd was the best part of this movie. That guy is just likable and freakin' funny. You can read my review for the film here, and this is the synopsis:
They Came Together relates the epic love story of Joel, a corporate executive for Candy Systems and Research, a mega candy store chain, and Molly, 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. From quaint bookstores and coffee shops to neurotic family members and psychotic ex-lovers, Joel and Molly must face some harrowing obstacles on their path to true love.
The movie was directed by David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer) and will be released in theaters and on VOD on June 27. Thanks to BuzzFeed for the trailer.