Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell starred as Billy and Pete in the downhill trailer, a couple who marries Pete, not by himself and his loved ones by a hamstring when Pete is struck by an avalanche. Phone). A family ski holiday in the Alps.
Behind the camera, Downhill was directed by the Oscar-winner (who snagged his Academy Award for Alexander Payne’s Bramley) by successor producer Jessie Armstrong from a script by critically acclaimed The Wayne Nat Faxon and Jim Rash. This is only his third feature (including the 2014 TV film Patrick) as duet director with Likha, so it will be interesting to see if Faxon and Rash are able to counter the critical success of their first work this time.
The trailer reveals that Pete’s father had died eight months earlier (something Pete could not stop) and prompted him to go on this vacation for the first time. nonetheless, when Pete leaves his family during a stampede and almost malignant avalanche, his terse moment of weakness forces him and Billy to ask him some tough questions about his Matrimony and life’s priorities.
Faxon, Rash, and Armstrong write their names about the mess of their families and relationships, often in an abusive and abusive manner, so the trio lives comfortably in their wheelhouses along the slope. Louis-Dreyfus is far from a stranger to this type of nimble comic material and appears to serve him well, watching the trailer of his years starring on Seinfield and Veep.
Fox is scheduled to open on February 14 next year, as there is counter-programming for a number of studio films appearing on that frame (Sonic the Hedgehog, Fantasy Island, and so forth). For those in the mood for a good anti-Valentine’s Day film, this can be a trick.