Here Today Movie Trailer is surrounding the scope of love. Have you ever been in love with someone much older or perhaps younger than yourself only to be frightened of what the world thinks of that. Well, Billy Crystal who co-wrote the story line, directed the movie and also cast him self as one of the characters has done a fantastic job in redefining this for the big screen. Watch the trailer below.
Here Today Movie Trailer 2021:
A veteran comedy writer Charlie Berns played by Billy Crystal met up with a New York street singer Emma Payge played by Tiffany Haddish. They formed a very unlikely but yet exciting and emotional friendship that kicks the generation age gap aside and reevaluate the meaning of love and trust.
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Here Today Trailer Breakdown
Charlie Berns who happens to be a fanatic comedy writer and loves what he does. He gets to writes for broadways, movies, books and more. He gets betted on at an auction for $22 by Emma’s ex boyfriend, although unknown to him he thought it was $200.
He then choses to meet up with Emma at a restaurant, perhaps to thank her we think, and only for her to have an allergic reaction and ended up at the hospital and told the doctors he was her father.
Thankfully, Emma pulls through and this seems to be what catapulted them into an unlikely friendship. Charlie seems to have his own personal struggles with writing and perhaps not having a solid relationship with his children. He is seeing a therapist for this and we think Emma became the perfect glue to help fix this. This might change once the movie releases but its a good sketch.
In the trailer, you get to see the different activities and adventure they do together as some friendships start by accident. This is a must watch.
Sharon Stone as Sharon Stone
Tiffany Haddish as Emma Payge
Penn Badgley as Rex
Kevin Kline as Kevin Kline
Billy Crystal as Charlie Berns
Laura Bernanti as Francine
Shiloh Verrico as Young Francine
Louisa Krause as Carrie
Anna Deavere Smith as Dr. Vidor
Genre For, Here Today
Release Date For, Here Today
Currently set for the 7th of May in Theatres.