A24’s Our bodies, Our bodies, Our bodies Film Trailer

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What occurs if you put a bunch of wealthy 20-somethings in a distant mansion throughout a hurricane? An entire lot of bother in a lethal get together sport, apparently. In A24’s newest horror flick, “Our bodies, Our bodies, Our bodies,” Gen Z flips satire on its head when one festive gathering goes “very, very mistaken.”

The brand new trailer for the movie — which stars Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Pete Davidson, Myha’la Herrold, Rachel Sennott, Lee Tempo, and Chase Sui Wonders — arrived on July 12, and the darkish comedy already has us guessing who the killer could also be. Within the two-minute trailer, Bakalova’s Bee is the girlfriend of Stenberg’s Sophie, and he or she feels completely misplaced with all of the wealthy influencer varieties, particularly Davidson’s uber-wealthy girlfriend. When the group of mates, caught indoors as a result of a storm, determine to play a sport, there are some main sudden penalties.

In accordance with Stenberg’s character, the foundations of the sport appear easy: in case you draw the piece of paper that has the “X” on it, you then’re the assassin. Everybody else simply has to keep away from being killed. Simple, proper? However issues get sophisticated when somebody from the buddy group really winds up lifeless, and everybody begins pointing fingers.

The twists and turns in “Our bodies, Our bodies, Our bodies” preserve viewers guessing as to who is likely to be behind the lethal ploy, however the plot additionally examines backstabbing and faux mates because the group works collectively to resolve the damaging thriller. The movie, directed by Halina Reijn, hits theaters on Aug. 5. Watch the trailer for “Our bodies, Our bodies, Our bodies” forward.

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