Trailer for Growing Up Comedy 'Flock of Dudes' Starring Chris D'Elia
"You're drunk… You don't want to say something you're not going to be able to take back." Starz Digital has released a trailer for an indie comedy called Flock of Dudes, about a 30-something guy who decides to "break up" with his best buds in order to finally grow up. Chris D'Elia stars as Adam, who is still hanging out with his life-long friends. This also stars Jamie Chung, Hilary Duff, Eric André, Brett Gelman, Bryan Greenberg, Skylar Astin, Hannah Simone, Kumail Nanjiani, Hannibal Buress, and oddly Ray Liotta. I hadn't heard of this comedy before coming across this trailer, so I'm not sure where it came from, but it doesn't look so bad. There's some funny jokes, just hope there's more to it than bros being bros.
Here's the first official trailer for Bob Castrone's Flock of Dudes, direct from YouTube:
Adam (Chris D'Elia) is a thirty something year-old man child who lives a ridiculous lifestyle with his three life-long friends. After a series of events such as getting evicted from the house they ruined together and his ex dating a super successful famous guy, Adam decides it's time to grow up by "breaking up" with his friends. Flock of Dudes is directed by producer-turned-filmmaker Bob Castrone, making his feature directorial debut. The screenplay is written by Bob Castrone, Brian Levin and Jason Zumwalt. This has not played at any film festivals as far as we know. Starz Digital Media will release Bob Castrone's Flock of Dudes in select theaters starting on September 30th + on VOD starting October 7th this fall. Anyone interested?