In case you didn’t catch last year’s news, Amy Poehler and some of her “Saturday Night Live” costars are set to feature in a wine-fueled Netflix comedy. On Thursday, the movie’s long-awaited trailer finally dropped on YouTube, and at first glance, it looks like a hilarious hybrid between “Sideways” and “The Hangover.”
Called “Wine Country,” the movie’s cast includes Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, and Emily Spivey, as well as a guest appearance by Tina Fey. The plot revolves around a group of longtime friends and an extended weekend stay in Napa Valley to celebrate a 50th birthday.
The comedy marks Poehler’s directorial debut and the script was written by Emily Spivey, who she worked with on “Parks & Rec” and SNL, as well as Liz Cackowski, also from SNL.
In a March interview with Vanity Fair, Poehler revealed that the movie’s plot is based on real trips the friends took together, one of which was spent in an Airbnb in Napa Valley for Dratch’s 50th.
The movie drops on May 10, giving you plenty of time to find someone with a Netflix account to sponge off of. In the meantime, enjoy the (hilarious) trailer below.
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