So, let’s talk about the Out of the Blue trailer. As in, let’s talk about how we were today years old when we learned this movie existed. But. Now that we’ve seen the trailer, we…still don’t really know what the point is, or what even is happening, or just…why.
One of the biggest questions, after watching this movie trailer, was why the guy who used to walk Paul and Jamie Buchman’s dog was now suddenly in some kind of thriller. Like, Nat the Dog Walker (Hank Azaria) is a probation officer now, we guess? And he’s kinda shady, all “let me know if you need me to help you recall the reason that we need to keep having these little meetups.” Ok then. Go off, sarcasm king!
And do we even need to start with the lame “you come around here often” pickup line that opens the Out of the Blue trailer? I mean…Y’all. We been knew that has never been the start of anything good, right? Right.
Then again…maybe it is the start of something good. Because, full offense, but this is kind of hot?
Since we weren’t certain what to think of all of this, we went ahead and asked a few anonymous sources what their takes were. And, well.
Watch the Out of the Blue movie trailer, and then see for yourself:
Out of the Blue trailer hot takes from anonymous sources…
- “Jack Nicholson’s son is creepy [in this]. And yet, I’d hit that.” (Agreed. Ray Nicholson is…see for yourself. But yes.)
- “It looks like something that belongs on the Lifetime network, honestly.”
- Diane Kruger’s character, Marilyn, “is definitely giving off vibes of ‘Imma get this young guy to kill my husband and then pretend I didn’t know anything about it.'”
- “Looks like every single movie my beast of a mother used to watch.”
- “Is this…dialogue? ‘You looking for anything in particular?’ ‘Something about murder.'”
- “He’s gonna murder the cougar’s husband with abs and dimples, right? Oscar-worthy if so.”
- “He’s giving me trying too hard to be Joe from You vibes. Especially with the working in a library.”
What did you think of the Out of the Blue trailer? Do you plan on watching the movie?
Out of the Blue will be available in theaters, on digital, and on demand on August 26.