New Rough Night Trailer: Weekend at Bernadette’s
As established in the film’s previous trailer, Rough Night, which premieres on June 16, features Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Zoë Kravitz, Ilana Glazer, and Jillian Bell scrambling to react to the accidental death of a bachelorette party stripper. Their apparent solution? Cart his body around town in a party-mobile, Weekend at Bernie’s–style. This, of course, does not address any of the legal or ethical dilemmas raised by the disposal of a corpse, but more importantly, it also doesn’t answer the question: What exactly are they going to do with him after that? According to Weekend at Bernie’s II, the solution to their problem is, of course, to play calypso music until the body in question dances its way to a buried treasure, but as with all of life’s moral quandaries, nothing is as simple as Weekend at Bernie’s II made it seem.
- The 8 Most Implausible Commutes in Movie History
- Biggest Mistakes in 9 Oscar-Winning Movies
- 12 Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct Are Forcing TV Shows to Switch Gears
- Post-Matt Lauer, We Need to Redefine the Fatherly Image of American Journalism
- The Evolution of the Movie Trailer
- Sara Bareilles and Jason Mraz Perform a Song From ‘Waitress’ in Central Park
- Here’s a Fake Trailer for That Tarantino Star Trek Movie
- The Best Preshow Advice Tracy Morgan Gave to James Davis
- The Dark Pop-Cultural Influence of Charles Manson
- 7 Questions Stranger Things 2 Leaves Unanswered
- Who Are Rey’s Parents?
- The One Meal No Comic Should Eat Before a Set, According to Kyle Kinane
- Taylor Swift’s Journey From Country Starlet to Pop Superstar
- Ron Funches Comes Onstage Like a Wrestler Entering the Ring
- Love Actually Can Very Easily Be Turned Into a Horror Movie
- The Secret Feminist History of Witches, As Told by a Practicing Witch
- Are Eleven and the Demogorgon in Stranger Things Connected?
- The Bob’s Burgers Cast Improvises a Mini-Episode About the Birds and the Bees
- The New Taylor Swift Sounds Like a Scrapbook of Pop Music
- The Cast of Dirk Gently Plays ‘Elijah Wood, Elijah Woodn’t’