Film trailer: 'Friends With Benefits' with Timberlake and Kunis
Thursday 17 March 2011
The second trailer for romantic comedy
Friends With Benefits, starring Justin Timberlake (
The Social Network) and Mila Kunis (
Black Swan), was released March 16.
The story follows a pair of business colleagues who arrange a casual sexual relationship in order to get over break-ups, until there's an unexpected turn. Not unlike last year's No Strings Attached with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher.
Written and directed by Easy A director Will Gluck, the film co-stars Emma Stone ( Easy A, the new Spider-Man), Woody Harrelson ( The Messenger), Richard Jenkins ( Eat Pray Love), and Patricia Clarkson ( Shutter Island).
The footage features Timberlake singing Semisonic's "Closing Time," mistaking it for a Third Eye Blind song, and Kunis's line about unrealistic romantic comedies: "Shut up, Katherine Heigl. You stupid liar!"
Friends with Benefits will hit theaters on July 22.
A red band version was previously released: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WpJntRkstU
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