I’ve been waiting what feels like a thousand Lenten seasons for a truly good romantic comedy to hit theaters, and while I’ll admit that my hopes are high, I’m also skeptical about anything ever matching the power of When Harry Met Sally, my high-water mark for the genre. While I wait for a spiritual successor to that Nora Ephron-penned film, though, I’m perfectly happy to take in films like the upcoming Jennifer Lawrence rom-com No Hard Feelings. Judging from its recently released trailer, No Hard Feelings seems more akin to Trainwreck or Bridget Jones’s Diary than an Ephron joint, but hey, that will definitely do the trick in a pinch. Watch the full trailer—and read all my thoughts about it—below:
- I can tell I’m aging out of this film’s core demo because my first thought was: “I want that house. Look at the cute red shutters!”
- Obsessed with J-Law as a broke girlie with perfect mermaid hair.
- Hey, it’s freaking Desi from Girls!
- We need to give J-Law her due as a comedic actress for her delivery of the line “He’s my…second cousin” alone.
- Watching J-Law Rollerblade down the highway screaming “You think I chose this?!?” is giving me uncomfortable flashbacks to spending a year commuting around L.A. by bike.
- Okay, so she’s…being paid by an 19-year-old’s parents to pretend to be his girlfriend and bring him out of his shell in exchange for a car?
No Hard Feelings
No Hard Feelings is an upcoming American coming of age sex comedy film directed by Gene Stupnitsky from a screenplay he co-wrote with John Phillips. Jennifer Lawrence produces and stars alongside Andrew Barth Feldman. Appearing in supporting roles are Matthew Broderick, Laura Benanti, Natalie Morales, Scott MacArthur and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.
No Hard Feelings is scheduled to be released in the United States on June 23, 2023, by Sony Pictures Releasing.
- Genre: Comedy
- Original Language: English
- Director: Gene Stupnitsky
- Producer: Alex Saks, Marc Provissiero, Naomi Odenkirk, Justine Polsky, Jennifer Lawrence
- Writer: Gene Stupnitsky, John Phillips
- Release Date (Theaters): Jun 23, 2023 Wide
- Distributor: Columbia Pictures
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