Machine Gun Kelly (aka Colson Baker) has released the first trailer for good cryhis first time as a film director.
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First announced in August, it was confirmed last week that good cry – a smoking comic written, directed and edited by Baker with his partner Mod Sun, his fiancée Megan Fox and their friend Pete Davidson – will arrive on May 20th. It will be released simultaneously in theaters and on demand, although it is not yet clear which platform will host the digital release of the film.
Baker plays London Clash, an actor in the midst of an existing crisis. According to the old saying, “the world of Clash is turned upside down” when, on the morning of a crucial meeting with a film director. batmen“wakes up to an intelligible broken text from the love of his life.”
Summary of good cry Continues: “Completed by chaotic roommates and wildly unpredictable twists, London’s day continues to go downhill until, finally, he is forced to choose between chasing his loved one or landing a central role in a big movie. a film that will change your life. “
Check out the trailer below good cry :
In a statement shared with the film’s release date announcement, Open Road Films CEO Tom Ortenberg said, “We look forward to bringing this wild comedy to audiences in theaters and at home on demand. The film is a reminder of what Fun movies can Stay there and seeing Colson and this incredible team will make the audience kneel with a laugh. “
The Director of Cedar Park Studios Added Long echoed his message, “Our goal at Cedar Park Studios is to provide opportunities for fresh, creative voices in the industry and we could not be excited to be working with the modern ones. “Colson’s new filmmakers” and Mod.
good cry Baker’s third film for 2022, after his arrival Jackass forever and his leadership role in musical drama Bull. This is also the third time he will be working with Pete Davidson, having made a cameo appearance on him Adolescent Big Time Y Staten King Island.
Under the name Machine Gun Kelly, the multiphenomenon released their sixth album, “Mainstream Sellout,” last month. In a four star review, Ali Shutler, of the NMEwho said the album is “driven by a sense of interrelated angst and his alien songs will continue to speak to the millions who see Machine Gun Kelly as the savior of rock music.”
Shutler continued, “For better or worse, Baker does not try to convert those who are still skeptical. The author of ‘Mainstream Sellout’ finds that his author still refuses to play by the old rules , while the shock of what’s new is inevitably absent. ” ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ was so exciting. Still, like the pop-punk revival itself, it looks like Machine Gun Kelly will not be out of print any time soon. “