WATCH: People Like Us Trailer Gets Rich Quick

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The new trailer for People Like Us (nee Welcome to People) is here, featuring Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks as siblings who meet only after their father dies. The inheritance/estrangement/salvation plot (and a vaguely incestuous vibe that the trailer mostly counteracts with a few key shots of Olivia Wilde as Pine's wife) thickens around the family, with Michelle Pfeiffer dropping in as Pine's mother, which is just as bizarre as I expected it would be. Overall, though? Screenwriter Alex Kurtzman's directorial debut looks all right!

If nothing else, at least the title is an improvement.

[via Moviefone]

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  • Patrick Hallstein / McEvoy-Halston says:

    Chris Pine look to do better when he isn't tasked with the responsibility of being urgent -- I liked him way better in Star Trek, precaptain, seeing where immature dalliance might take him. I think I might just have kept Spock captain, rather than slip naughty Kirk in while Spock's officiousness temporarily meant sidelining himself from his accustomed seat. In the '60s you could be a naughty John F and be president; now it means being as straight, serious, and burdened as Obama. Anyway, I'll see this film.

  • Synacks (@Synacks) says:

    Wow I like this. Mainly because he is one of my favorite actors and so are the other 2 actresses.

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