Believe it, kids, you’re gonna get old. And when you do, you might feel like Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts in “While We’re Young,” wanting to recapture that youthful vigor, even if your bodies aren’t up for staying out all night or hip hop dancing, and your brain has moved on from watching kitschy movies on VHS. But as Noah Baumbach‘s film points out, if you start hanging out with those younger kids again, some of your friends might not be so understanding.
And two new clips from the movie have landed, and it’s a nice taste of what’s coming. You’ll get a glimpse of Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz, one half of Stiller and Watts’ bestie couple, who has started making assumptions about what kind of crowd his pals want to hang with. Next, some health issues get very real. After that, check out James Murphy‘s cover of David Bowie‘s “Golden Years” (via The Dissolve) from the film’s great soundtrack (and hear another one of the LCD Soundsystem frontman’s great score cuts right here). Lastly, Amanda Seyfried stopped by “The Daily Show” to talk about the movie and you can see that below too.
“While We’re Young” opens on March 27th.