'The Lovebirds' Trailer Out! Issa Rae And Kumail Nanjiani Get Into Investigation Mode

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The Lovebirds trailer has recently released. The movie stars Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani as the lead couple. Read to know about the trailer and the movie

Written By Shakir Khan | Mumbai | Updated On:
Lovebirds trailer

The Lovebirds is an upcoming romantic comedy film. It stars Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae in lead along with Paul Sparks, Anna Camp, and Kyle Bornheimer. The first official trailer of the film was recently released. Check it out.

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The Lovebirds trailer

The 2:30 minutes long trailer shows romance, murder, and fun investigation. Nanjiani and Rae play a happy couple whose blissful life is suddenly interrupted by a man falling on their car. Suddenly, they are caught up in what they think is a police chase, as a man (Paul Sparks) hijacks their car in the name of the law to chase another man and run him over. Unexpectedly, Nanjiani and Rae find themselves to be the number one culprits in this man’s murder and must embark on a messed up journey to prove their innocence.

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The film is directed by Michael Showalter, from a screenplay by Aaron Abrams and Brendan Gall, from a story by Abrams, Gall and Martin Gero. It will have its world premiere at South by Southwest in March 2020. The Lovebirds is scheduled to be released on April 3, 2020, by Paramount Pictures.



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