Family Trailer Has Taylor Schilling Battling Juggalos

The Trailer The Family is here and it is beautiful Orange is the new black actress Taylor Schilling against pretty rowdy Juggalos. Although they do not appear in the trailer, Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J, members of Insane Clown Posse, have cameos in the film, which should be exciting for the Juggalos. And while it's a pity that the two iconic rappers are not in the trailer, it's worth watching Schilling carry a 3-liter bottle of Faygo to the dome. Even without the references Insane Clown Posse, The Family looks like a pretty powerful babysitting movie in the vein of Uncle Buck with a hint of . .

The family focuses on Taylor Schilling as a hedge fund manager, who has to watch her 12-year-old niece for an extended period of time. The socially awkward niece runs away to become a Juggalo, a super fan of the Insane Clown Posse group, and it's up to Schilling's character to go get her. Kate McKinnon, Matt Walsh, Allison Tolman and Eric Edelstein co-starred. Sue Naegle and Kit Giordano, from Annapurna, are producers, and Laura Steinel, Dan Kaplow, Schilling and Jeremy Garelick are executive producers. as Insane Clown Posse will play a huge role in the movie, they do not really do it. The duo has their cameos and there are a lot of references to iconic facial makeup and a concert, but the intrepid Juggalos will not be very impressed by the family comedy if they want to see a lot of information in depth on their film. favorite hip hop duo. However, according to early critics, the film is pretty good and is good at getting the family back here at the end.

Kate Stone of Taylor Schilling leads the charge and her description of the workaholic has begun a lot of praise. She is excited about her job, says inappropriate things and is clearly not made to be a parent, nor even an aunt. Watching her struggle to stay ahead of the game and trying to be a parent of a 12-year-old is pretty funny, even in a short trailer. Saturday Night Live Kate McKinnon, cast member, also steals scenes as a curious neighbor. McKinnon plays a mother who seems to have the life of a lost mother and likes to watch the battle of Schilling to lift her 12-year-old niece.

the current year and should finally be released in theaters on April 19th. The film marks the debut of director Laura Steinel, who also wrote the screenplay. Steinel is a licensed copywriter of the comedy of Amazon Red Oaks . She has also just sold her next film, Women In Business to Fox and is about to produce with Gloria Sanchez and Chernin Entertainment. You can view the trailer for Family below, thanks to the Regal channel on YouTube.


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