Netflix has dropped the trailer for its upcoming comedy-drama The Starling, starring Melissa McCarthy as a grieving girl.
The movie reunites McCarthy with director Ted Melfi and co-star Chris O’Dowd who she labored with on the 2014 film St. Vincent. The trailer opens with McCarthy’s character Lilly watching fireworks subsequent to her husband Jack (O’Dowd) as he touches her pregnant abdomen. From there, the practically three-minute lengthy clip reveals the change within the couple’s relationship as they sort out grief after a tragedy. Lilly offers together with her ache by combating a chicken and in search of counsel from a psychologist-turned-veterinarian named Larry (Kevin Kline) whereas Jack heads to a facility for remedy.
In a single heartbreaking second, Lilly says, “We’re gonna transfer on and transfer up. We’re gonna discover a fair higher life than the one we had.”
The subsequent scene reveals an emotional Jack praising his spouse. “My spouse wouldn’t know the right way to give up, and I like her a lot for it,” he cries. “I wanna not give up together with her.”
The Starling, written by Matt Harris, will likely be launched in choose theaters on Sept. 17 earlier than hitting Netflix on Sept. 24. Daveed Diggs, Timothy Olyphant, Laura Harrier, Loretta Devine, Skyler Gisondo, Rosalind Chao and Kimberly Quinn additionally star.
Netflix acquired the movie in April. The Starling can also be set to display at this yr’s upcoming Toronto Movie Competition.
Watch the trailer beneath.