A Fresh Take on Rom-Com: “Anyone But You” Teaser Unveiled

In an exciting sneak peek, the upcoming romantic comedy “Anyone But You” gives us a taste of its charming yet peculiar premise. Starring Glen Powell of “Top Gun: Maverick” fame and Sydney Sweeney from “Euphoria,” the film promises a classic enemies-to-lovers plotline that’s bound to delight fans of the genre.

The story revolves around Bea and Ben, whose initial promising connection on a first date takes a nosedive, leaving them unable to stand each other. Twist of fate, they both find themselves invited to the same destination wedding in Sydney, Australia. To navigate this awkward encounter, Bea and Ben hatch a plan – they’ll pretend to be a couple. The 54-second teaser, available for viewing above, leaves us in suspense about their exact motivations, but we can anticipate further revelations in future trailers.

A Fresh Take on Rom-Com: "Anyone But You" Teaser Unveiled

One thing the teaser makes abundantly clear is the director’s approach. Will Gluck, known for his work on “Easy A” and “Friends with Benefits,” seems to infuse “Anyone But You” with a hint of the sensual and mysterious ambiance reminiscent of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Accompanied by WizTheMc’s haunting track, “Death of Me,” the teaser exudes an aura reminiscent of The Weeknd’s “Earned It.” Surprisingly, humor takes a backseat as the trailer showcases opulent settings, yachts, helicopters, and the protagonists exchanging smoldering looks.

Ben remarks, “There’s no way we can convince anyone we actually like each other,” to which Bea confidently replies, “Trust me, we’re at a wedding, a million miles away from home… who knows what could happen?” With the core of the plot still shrouded in mystery, anticipation for the film is building.

Penned by Gluck and Ilana Wolpert (“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”), the movie boasts a talented ensemble cast, including Alexandra Shipp, Michelle Hurd, Darren Barnet, and Dermot Mulroney.

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“Anyone But You” is set to hit theaters on December 22. While we eagerly await its release, be sure to explore our list of other highly anticipated movies scheduled to grace our screens throughout the remainder of 2023 and beyond.

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