Some of Our Stallions Trailer: Buddy Comedy Gets July Release

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The buddy comedy Some of Our Stallions is set to release July 2, 2021, and now has its first trailer. Carson Mell (Silicon ValleyEastbound and Down) wrote and directed the film, which he stars in alongside Al Di (Brigsby BearLost Transmissions) and Olivia Taylor Dudley (The MagiciansParanormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension). The film also features Tim Heidecker (Tom Goes to the Mayor), David Zellner (Damsel), and Mike Judge, who also serves as executive producer.

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The trailer shows a good look at what to expect from the comedy, which stars Mell and Di as recently released mental hospital patients. After failing to conform to society, they decide to find a relationship, which leads to Andy (played by Di) hooking up with Bonnie (played by Dudley). After she gets pregnant, Mell’s character suggests that they rob a bank in order to make sure the child is provided for.

Check out the official synopsis of Some of Our Stallions below:

Beautiful Bill & Andy, newly released from a mandatory stint at a mental hospital, are best friends. Their inability to conform to society at large results in some frightening “acting out.” After their therapist fails at advising them on how to reintegrate back into society, Bill has an epiphany. What they need, he decides, is romantic love. After a disastrous attempt at wooing “normal women,” they realize they need to meet women who are “genuinely crazy” like themselves. So they post up outside of a mental health facility for women. This is how they meet Bonnie. And though Bonnie and Andy soon fall into a relationship, Bill finds himself playing the part of the third wheel. However, when Bonnie reveals she’s pregnant, Bill sees a chance to get back in her good graces. His ensuing plan to rob a bank and give the proceeds to Bonnie kicks off a years-long series of madcap adventures that challenge not only Bill and Andy’s friendship, but their already tenuous grasp on sanity.

Check out the Some of Our Stallions trailer below: