‘2 Days In New York’ Gets An Official Trailer, Poster, Release Dates (Chris Rock, July Delpy Star)

'2 Days In New York' Gets An Official Trailer, Poster, Release Dates (Chris Rock, July Delpy Star)

Magnolia Pictures acquired release rights to Julie Delpy's dramedy sequel to the absolutely hilarious 2 Days In Paris, titled 2 Days In New York, which she stars in along with Chris Rock – a film we've covered quite a bit, so I'll just skip to the new stuff… the official trailer and poster have surfaced, and the film now has a release date… or rather dates.

I saw the film earlier this year and enjoyed it, calling it familiar (as in, it's very much like the first one in terms of its style and content), but still very much engaging. It's also brief, which I think is wise for a film of this nature. But I had a good time. I'd watch it again.

If you loved the first film, you'll definitely dig this one as well.

And I should say that Chris Rock definitely holds his own; I think he excels in this kind of seemingly unscripted (although it was mostly scripted) organically-created kind of setting, where he can almost essentially just be as close to a version of his real self as possible.

True to Magnolia's strategy, the film will be released first on VOD (iTunes exclusively) on July 6th, before heading to theaters on August 10th.

The official synopsis reads:

Marion and Mingus live cozily–perhaps too cozily–with their cat and two young children from previous relationships. However, when Marion's jolly father (played by director Delpy's real-life dad), her oversexed sister, and her sister's outrageous boyfriend unceremoniously descend upon them for a visit, it initiates two unforgettable days that will test Marion and Mingus's relationship. With their unwitting racism and sexual frankness, the French triumvirate hilariously has no boundaries or filters… and no person is left unscathed in its wake.

Malinda Williams and Talen Riley co-star.

Immediately below is the first full trailer; underneath you'll find the poster:

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Comments

julius hollingsworth

This looks totally funny….hehe.I need laughter sometimes….(lol) Well actually all the time.Drama…ugh….i'll take a good laugh every other day please.

Ava

I remember my first time in Europe, I saw some odd couplings. Old white men and younger Black women, old white women with younger black men, a few older black men and younger white women. Gay and straight. I once saw a man dressed as his own couple. Almost nothing phases me anymore.

the black police

*We cant

lauren

It looks really good… and@Black Police… the term interracial- really? Let's move on.

Laura

Loved the first. Will definitely check out this one. I love the music.

Nadine

I don't know why I like it, but I do… I was intrigued re: this movie a number of months ago. Somehow, it looks like a New York I can recognize which I appreciate; also Chris' subdued, but recognizable self make me want to watch (even though he can drive me crazy at times). I'll probably get it On Demand, July 6th.

the black police

I think I like. Chris looks odd in that interracial couple though.

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