Aubrey Plaza Is ‘Hard To Read’ In The Wild ‘Black Bear’ Trailer

Louetta R. Clark

It is been a major pair days for bears. Specially large bears. Bear 747, named just after the jet airplane, was topped the greatest, fattest bear through this year’s Fats Bear 7 days. “This year he seriously packed on the kilos, looking like he was unwanted fat ample to hibernate in July and but continuing to try to eat until finally his tummy seemed to drag alongside the ground by late September,” the Katmai Nationwide Park and Preserve mentioned in an announcement. Identical.

This week also saw the launch of the trailer for Black Bear, a meta-drama starring Aubrey Plaza as a filmmaker who stays at a lake house with a couple, performed by Christopher Abbott and Sarah Gadon. Weirdness, jealously, and pettiness commence to ensue. There are no extra fat bears in the movie, which obtained potent testimonials soon after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, as much as I can convey to, but it however appears to be superior.

Here’s the formal plot synopsis:

At a remote lake home in the Adirondack Mountains, a pair entertains an out-of-city visitor on the lookout for inspiration in her filmmaking. The group swiftly falls into a calculated game of motivation, manipulation, and jealousy, unaware of how dangerously intertwined their lives will quickly develop into.

Directed and created by Lawrence Michael Levine, Black Bear is out on December 4.

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