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The race Paul Feig was in full swing up to the premiere of ‘Ghostbusters,’. Both ‘The wedding of my best friend’ as ‘special forces’ and ‘Spy’ worked very well in the box office, but the up-to-day female the classic of the 80’s was not at the height of what you expected, Sony and many now will be watching to see how you are going to ‘A small favor’, a tape in which makes the leap to thriller and here we bring you his trailer.
The other big claim of the film is that it stars Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively. The first gives life to a young mother and blogger from a small town who decides to investigate the repetina disappearance of her best friend (Lively). That will make a forces with the husband of the former in a thriller that promises to be full of twists and turns and that part of the novel of the same name of Darcey Bell.
The own Feig has been in charge of writing the script next to Jessica Sharzer -‘Nerve: A game without rules’- and in the cast of ‘A small favor’ we will also see Andrew Rannells, Linda Cardellini, the protagonist of the unforgettable series ‘Freaks & Geeks’, Jean Smart, seen most recently in the television ‘Legion’, the Henry Golding and Rupert Friend.
‘A small favor’ hit theaters spaniards on the next September 28, just two weeks after its premiere in the united States. Something tells me that the fact that the 14 debuts ‘Predator’ something has had to do in your small delay in our country, although in the united States yes they are going to compete you to you. Below I leave you movie posters:
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The news Trailer for ‘A small favor’: Anna Kendrick tries to find Blake Lively on the break at the thriller from Paul Feig was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
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