You People cast
You People has quite an all-star actor cast. As Ezra Cohen is two-time Oscar nomination Jonah Hill. Hill is a multifaceted character when it comes to acting, appearing in dramas such as Moneyball and dark comedies such as The Wolf of Wall Street.
In the film are comedy royalty as well as SNL Alums, Eddie Murphy and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Murphy is a well-known stand-up comedian who has morphed into films , having appeared in movies like The Nutty Professor, Coming to America, The Nutty Professor, Beverly Hills Cop, Shrek and Dreamgirls in the latter, for which earned him the Oscar award for his performance as Jimmy Early.
Louis-Dreyfus has been one of the most acclaimed actors in the history of television, having won eleven Emmy nominations and 9 Golden Globe nominations. She has been a part of successful series like Seinfeld, Veep and The New Adventures of Old Christine as well as recently played Valentina Allegra de Fontaine for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
You People Movie Review
A comedy of two people from two different worlds falling in love only to see their worlds collide with their parents.
From the brilliant comedy brains from the brilliant minds of Jump Street star Jonah Hill and Black-ishcreator Kenya Barris comes the brand new comedy the comedy You People, a film about a love-struck couple just trying to join both families.
In the majority of cases it’s not an easy feat. But, when you consider the fact that these families are from totally different backgrounds and seem to be dedicated to seeing the world through their individual perspective, you’ve created an extremely difficult situation that provides plenty of laughter for the viewers. What is to expect from a film filled with stars like Hill himself, as well as Eddie Murphy and Julia Louis-Dreyfus?
Movie Trailer Explain
Netflix has revealed the complete trailer to You People, its upcoming Kenya Barris comedy written and starring by Jonah Hill.
The three-minute teaser trailer for Barris Hill’s directorial debut gives an in-depth look at Hill’s character Ezra Cohen, and his attempt to find love, and, more specifically, to woo Lauren London’s Amira Mohammed in Los Angeles. At the end of the trailer Ezra shares with his girlfriend (played by Sam Jay) his desperation to be a part of a relationship despite the feeling of being “alone on the roof of a building and dangling my legs around thinking about what it would be like to feel a sense of companionship.”
Enter Amira The character, following a mishap with a rideshare driver at the airport where Ezra confuses her with his Uber driver – causes Hill’s character’s to reveal that Hill has “never felt so appreciated by anyone in my life.” In the belief that Amira is the perfect match, Ezra decides to propose however, it’s not until him or Amira have even met their parents. “Can you really say your family is thrilled to see my Black body in the picture?
The trailer continues to explore the awkward cultural clashes that occur during the marriage of an interfaith couple from the film’s initial trailer that amplifies these conflicts by an array of interactions with Ezra and her parents as well as Amira as well as Ezra’s family. “I believe that the police” Julia Louis-Dreyfus who plays Ezra’s mother is heard saying while Hill gets up and down, “are fucked up towards Black people.”
“I am a fan of your braids.” David Duchovny, who is Ezra’s father, continues. “Xzibit has braids.”
In the end, both sets of parents end up in the same space, where tensions between Ezra and Amira’s relationship with their faith rise to new levels. Are you familiar with his work?” Murphy’s character asks Louis-Dreyfus at the end of a night in one of the family’s residences.
Elliott Gould, Travis Bennett, Molly Gordon, Rhea Perlman, Deon Cole, Andrea Savage, Mike Epps, Emily Arlook, Alani “La La” Anthony and Bryan Greenberg as well as Bryan Greenberg co-written by Barris and Hill. Kevin Misher serves as a producer with Hill and Murphy as well as David Hyman, Matt Dines, Hale Rothstein, Alison Goodwin, Mychelle Deschamps, Andy Berman and Charisse Hewitt-Webster acting as executive producers.