We need to talk about this Ticket to Paradise trailer and how we have never needed to inject a romcom trailer into our veins more. Additionally, we would like to talk about how just a couple minutes of footage have totally broken us. No, really. To paraphrase a famous MCR lyric: We’re not ok. We promise.
What about this movie trailer has broken us? Perhaps it’s seeing George Clooney and Julia Roberts spar with each other like it’s Ocean’s Eleven (or one of the sequels) again. I mean, take these two gods of film, toss them together in what is obviously an enemies-to-lovers fluff piece, and you automatically have a success. They’ve already proven they have insane chemistry, so let’s go.
And, yeah, maybe those of us who have been in love with Clooney since his ER days, when we were wee ones, are just here to thirst. We deserve. And the trailer delivers: We get goofy George, skin-tight scuba gear man, a suit, and casual attire.
Plus, there’s Roberts in that dress. The movie gods really love us!
No, really. Look at them. Now.
Besides “yes, Clooney still does it for us,” and “yes, we’re still in love with Roberts,” though, the Ticket to Paradise trailer has taught us some other truly important things: First, the movie (apparently) has a plot—besides, of course, the aforementioned “Julia Roberts and George Clooney on our screens, together.” Second, we get to see Kaitlyn Dever play their daughter, whose wedding they’re apparently trying to stop. Dever absolutely destroyed us in Unbelievable, so we can’t wait to see her in what, based on the trailer, is going to be nothing but a good time.
And do we spy the Billie Lourd? Yes. What even can we say about her other than just that: Yes.
Putting all of that aside, though…We have a confession to make. See, this is difficult for us to admit, but. Um…
…we’re kind of obsessed with Clooney’s dad dancing? We always knew it would be very difficult to fall out of love with him. But, no, we did not see “dad dancing does it for us” coming. At all. Please respect the processing time we need for this revelation.
Anyway. In case you haven’t seen it yet, check out the Ticket to Paradise trailer below. And then, come fangirl with us.
Ticket to Paradise releases Friday, October 21, only in theaters. (Um, is it October yet?)