Film trailer: 'New Year's Eve' with Parker, Pfeiffer, Swank, Heigl and many more
Wednesday 27 July 2011
The first trailer for
New Year's Eve, the follow-up to 2009's
Valentine's Day, was released July 26 with another star-studded cast.
The footage offers a montage of the characters preparing for the annual ritual of New Year's Eve holiday parties, showing the lives of several couples and singles in New York City intertwine over the course of the day.
All the hallmarks unfold for the ultimate date night movie: the Times Square ball drop, New Year's resolutions, babies born, laughter, tears, Champagne popping, and the countdown to midnight.
The ensemble cast includes Ashton Kutcher and Jessica Biel returning in different roles, joined by Sarah Jessica Parker, Hilary Swank, Halle Berry, Michelle Pfeiffer, Zac Efron, Sienna Miller, Sofia Vergara, Abigail Breslin, Seth Meyers, Jon Bon Jovi, Josh Duhamel, Carla Gugino, Glee's Lea Michele, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Ice Cube, and the romantic comedy staple Katherine Heigl.
From veteran director Garry Marshall ( Valentine's Day, Princess Diaries, Pretty Woman), New Year's Eve opens December 9 in North America and the UK, followed by France and other markets on December 21.
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