20th Century Studios has released the red-band (R-rated) trailer and poster for Vacation Friends, coming to Hulu on August 27.

(20th Century Studios/Hulu)

(20th Century Studios/Hulu)

What’s Happening:

  • 20th Century Studios has released the trailer and poster for Vacation Friends, premiering August 27 on Hulu in the United States and on Disney+ as a Star Original in select international markets including Latin America, which will see the Star+ service launch on August 31. Please be aware the trailer below is rated R.

(20th Century Studios/Hulu)

(20th Century Studios/Hulu)

  • Vacation Friends stars John Cena (The Suicide Squad), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out, Judas and the Black Messiah), Yvonne Orji (Night School), Meredith Hagner (Palm Springs), Robert Wisdom (Ballers), Andrew Bachelor (The Babysitter) and Lynn Whitfield (Madea’s Family Reunion).
  • The film will be the first from 20th Century Studios to have a global release on Hulu and Disney+.
(20th Century Studios/Hulu)

(20th Century Studios/Hulu)

About the Film:

  • “In this raw and raunchy comedy, straight-laced Marcus and Emily (Howery, Orji) are befriended by wild, thrill-seeking partiers Ron and Kyla (Cena, Hagner) at a resort in Mexico. Living in the moment, the usually level-headed couple lets loose to enjoy a week of uninhibited fun and debauchery with their new “vacation friends.” Months after their walk on the wild side, Marcus and Emily are horrified when Ron and Kyla show up uninvited at their wedding, creating chaos and proving that what happens on vacation, doesn’t necessarily stay on vacation.”
  • The film is directed by Clay Tarver (Silicon Valley) and written by Tom Mullen & Tim Mullen and Clay Tarver and Jonathan Goldstein & John Francis Daley.
  • The producers are Todd Garner (Playing with Fire) and Timothy M. Bourne (Love, Simon), with Steve Pink and Sean Robins serving as executive producers.

You can catch Vacation Friends on Hulu when it premieres on August 27.

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