Tully: Trailer and Release Date for Jason Reitman's New Film

Joann Johnston
January 13, 2018

In the clip, Theron's character Marlo looks like she's struggling just to get through the day to dinnertime, as she's been tasked with taking care of a baby and household with seemingly little to no help.

There's nearly no talking in the trailer - just the sound of a baby's cry and an exhausted mother's sigh, until Ron Livingston walks into the dining room where Theron has just slid dinner onto the table and says, "Hey, frozen pizza". The comedy finds Charlize Theron as a mom whose given an unexpected, life-changing present.

Even in this teaser trailer alone, Theron does a great job of pulling sympathy as she trudges through every minute of what must feel like the longest day ever every single day. When she serves up a sad-looking frozen pizza for dinner, her older kids dig in, while husband Drew (Ron Livingston) snarks, "Frozen pizza".

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Now they've returned with another feature once again starring their Young Adult lead Charlize Theron, called Tully, which had its first trailer drop on Thursday. That prompts her brother, played by Mark Duplass, to hire a night nanny, who arrives at her door in the form of Mackenzie Davis. "Hesitant to the extravagance at first, Marlo comes to form a unique bond with the thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging young nanny named Tully (Davis)".

Tully is set for release on April 20th.

"From the people who brought you Juno and Young Adult", announces the above clip, and while that fact may not resonate as a positive for all moviegoers, it certainly suggests the sort of serious but sarcastic tone that'll define this latest film from director Jason Reitman and writer Diablo Cody.

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