Get a more detailed look at Kathleen Turner, David Duchovny, Toni Collette and Anna Faris in the upcoming dark comedy The Estate.
There’s some wonderful talent on display in the new red band trailer for the upcoming (and highly promising) dark comedy, The Estate, a film which sees ‘two down-on-their-luck sisters (Collette and Faris) who attempt to win over their terminally ill, difficult-to-please Aunt (Kathleen Turner) in hopes of becoming the beneficiaries of her wealthy estate.’
David Duchovny and a moustache also appear alongside Rosemarie Dewitt and Ron Livingston, with every greedy family member having the same idea. Dean Craig directs, off the back of The Honeymoon, a lighter (and well-reviewed) comedy where he worked with talents such as Asim Choudhry and Maria Bakalova. The trailer certainly earns its red band status though and is well worth checking out.
The Estate in currently has plans for a November 4th release in cinemas, in the US at least. We’ll bring you more in UK release details when we hear them, although we’d expect it to arrive at a similar time. Until then, check out the new trailer below (although the red band trailer might ask you to go to YouTube, so we’ve included the less red band one from earlier too…)
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