Zoe Lister-Jones’ directorial debut, “Band Aid,” premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival’s U.S. Dramatic Competition section. Now, the official trailer for the dramedy, which is also written by Lister-Jones, has been released ahead of its summer theatrical release.
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Lister-Jones stars alongside Adam Pally as a Los Angeles couple who fight over just about everything. In a last effort to save their marriage, the two turn all their fights into songs and form a rock band, all with the help of their kooky drummer neighbor Dave (played by comedian/musician Fred Armisen). Brooklyn Decker, Jesse Williams, Chris D’Elia, Jamie Chung, Colin Hanks, Erinn Hayes, and Gillian Zinser round up the cast.
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IFC Films holds all North American rights to the film, while Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has all rights outside of North America. “Band Aid” opens in theaters on June 2 and on VOD June 9. Check out the trailer below.
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