I’m totally finean upcoming sci-fi comedy produced by workaholics co-creator kyle newacheck has just received a new official trailer and poster. movie stars workaholics former students jillian bell as a grieving woman who encounters a version of her late best friend who claims to be an alien. In addition to Bell, I’m totally fine stars Natalie Morales Blake Anderson Harvey Guillenand Newacheck.
Showcasing the film’s dark comedy, the new trailer opens with Bell’s Vanessa bluntly telling a party planner about the passing of her best friend and business partner Jennifer (Morales). When Vanessa decides to take a little vacation getaway alone to deal with losing her in private, she stumbles upon Jennifer alive, drinking from a bottle of olive oil. “Jennifer” proceeds to give Vanessa some sort of otherworldly PowerPoint presentation about how she is not Jennifer, but an “alien” who has taken Jennifer’s form. Apprehensive at first, Vanessa begins trying to improve her life as she entertains her late best friend’s alien doppelganger, who she’s not even sure is real. As the trailer progresses, it becomes clear that I’m totally fine It will be a wacky and heartfelt exploration of pain and friendship.
The official poster I’m totally fine it’s just as mind-boggling as the premise of the movie. The poster shows the two main characters of the film sitting together in a bathtub. The bathtub appears to be floating above the ground, and above it is a beam of light from an alien spacecraft. The poster features the tagline “Friendship Takes Many Forms”.
I’m totally fine is directed by debut filmmaker brandon dermer from a script Alisha Ketry. Ketry is known for writing episodes of the shows. American dad! Y most complete house. jonas dolkart serves as a producer along with Newacheck. The film is one hour and 23 minutes long and is unrated.
I’m totally fine will be available in theaters, on demand and digitally on November 4. Check out the official trailer and poster below:
Here is the official synopsis of I’m totally fine:
Vanessa (Jillian Bell) embarks on a solo journey to clear her head after the death of her best friend Jennifer (Natalie Morales). But her self-care vacation is thrown off course when she finds the recently deceased Jennifer standing in her kitchen, claiming to be an alien. Together they spend the next 48 hours partying and reminiscing about better days in an out of this world comedy.