‘Two Night Stand’ Trailer: A One Night Stand Gone Wrong

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Two Night Stand, an upcoming romantic comedy, began as a Black List script — penned by Mark Hammer (Skins US) — that was found by producers Beau Flynn (Hercules), Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland), and Sam Englebardt (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For). The first trailer for the film has debuted online, posing an important question to young Brooklynites: “How do you do the walk of shame when you can’t get out the door?”

MTV released the first trailer (above) for Two Night Stand along with the official poster (below). In the film, Annaleigh Tipton (Crazy, Stupid, Love) stars as Megan, a twenty-something still reeling from a broken engagement who tries to get back into the dating world by means of a one night stand with Alec (Miles Teller) who she meets online.

Shot over the course of 19 days in Brooklyn amidst the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Entertainment One picked up the U.S. rights for the film last Fall. The movie co-stars Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl) as Megan’s roommate, Faiza, along with Scott Mescudi (as in Kid Cudi) as Cedric, Faiza’s boyfriend.

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At the time of filming, Teller may have only been known for his supporting roles in the Footloose remake and Project X but has since gone on to star in The Spectacular Now, That Awkward Moment, and 21 and Over. He’ll also be hitting the big screen next year in Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four, which recently wrapped filming. Teller has plenty of experience playing the likable-albeit-obnoxious romantic lead, but the success of Two Night Stand will also ride on his on-screen chemistry with co-star Tipton.

Though it’s difficult to tell from the trailer whether these two will be able to sustain the movie, the brief scenes of them together look promising. For instance, short flashes of the advice their characters offer each other on sex highlight Teller’s charm, as well as Tipton’s ability to keep up with his antics.

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However, for those who aren’t sure of the on-screen magic between Teller and Tipton, Two Night Stand seems to pull from plenty of honest (and awkward) real life experiences. While that could help the movie be more relatable, it could also feel like a desperate ploy to bring in twenty-something viewers. We won’t know how these aspects of Two Night Stand play out until the movie is released.

Two Night Stand premieres in theaters on September 26th, 2014, and on-demand channels October 3rd, 2014.

Source: MTV

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  1. Another comedy based around people having a one night stand?


    I’m no prude but one night stands are just something I’ve never saw the point of, nor wanted to partake in so films revolving around that premise make me cringe and feel bad for whoever wrote and greenlit them.

  2. It’s like Miles Teller is Matthew Mcconaughey before the resurgence and reinvention: straight corny rom-coms with the same premise over and over. These films get annoying. Idk I’m a young twenty something and there films rarely display how dating is at my age. I know they’re supposed to be funny but idk…geting old

    • He probably knows the writers or works with the same director. That’s usually the best way to be a part of something is to have people who make movies with you (the actor) in mind. I recently read about how Dwayne Johnson saw he was getting drab roles and surrounded by agents who weren’t helping him progress, so he had to cut them off and move on to something better. Miles now has his foot in the door and I’m sure he can network properly, so if the time comes that he ever needs to move on from these silly writers and directors, I’d hope he does so.

  3. I would be interested in hearing Molly Freeman narrate her articles.

  4. I just clicked in to let the screenrant community know that while I understand the consequences of my actions, I continuously and adamantly dislike everything that Miles Teller is in, that is all.

    • LOL

    • I feel the same lol. There is just something so off putting about him.

    • He’s like the younger version of Vince Vaughn. Same lack of acting abilities. Same obnoxious screen presence. I just want to punch both of them in the face and kick them in the balls whenever I see their faces on screen. LOL

      • They even look alike!

      • I see him like a fat Ben Savage without the acting skills

    • Jordan, is that you???

  5. So Miles Teller is either a fat talentless Ben Savage (fat?), a young onoxious Vince Vaughn, or Matthew Mcconaughey circa generic phoning it in.


    • Wow, So i now cannot post because my comments are being marked as spam…. way to go screenrant censorship

  6. Ok, am I the only one who thought this was an article about a lesbian movie just seeing the title of the article and the pic of Miles?