Stephanie Hsu plays coy in upcoming comedy joy ride.
On Wednesday, Lionsgate shared a clip from the raunchy movie with PEOPLE, showcasing a moment in the movie led by Ashley Park and Sherry Cola, where Hsu’s character Kat is standing in a gazebo with her shirtless fiancé, Clarence (Desmond Chiam).
Very curious Clarence says he thanks “God every day for bringing us together”, getting a surprise reaction from Audrey (Park), Deadeye (Sabrina Wu), and Lolo (Cola). After Deadeye asks if the couple are “Biblical idiots,” Kat tries to portray herself as a “good Christian girl,” revealing that she and Clarence have never had sex before, and states that their “bond is spiritual, not physical.” sincerity.”
Knowing that Kat is lying about her alleged religious belief, Lolo makes a vulgar joke that everyone laughs about – including Clarence, and reminds Kat of Kat’s past sexual encounter with the Jonas Brothers before the couple engages in an awkward sex session. leave room.”
Emily in Paris actress Park, 31, starring joy ride as Audrey, who plans a trip to Beijing with her childhood best friend Lolo. Hijinks follows as he tries to find Audrey’s biological mother in China.
an official summary for joy ride Defines Adele Lim (Crazy Rich Asians), the film is “a hilarious and unapologetically frank tale of identity and self-discovery, about four unlikely friends embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime international adventure.”
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“When Audrey (Park)’s business trip to Asia goes awry, she enlists help from her irreverent childhood best friend Lolo (Cola, 33) while also stirring up trouble; from college friend Kat (Hsu, 32) to the Chinese TV star. transformed and Lolo’s eccentric cousin, Deadeye (Wu).
The synopsis promises “a journey of bonding, friendship, belonging, and wild debauchery that reveals the universal truth about what it means to know and love who you are.”
talking to weekly fun About February’s new comedy, Park said the film “franticly pushes the boundaries of comedy while giving heart, voice, and dimension to people who have never had a meaningful role on screen in this genre.”
“I can’t wait for people to have the best time watching her,” the actress added at the time.
“You’ve never seen Asian leads like this on the big screen – period!” Cola told the outlet for describing the R-rated comedy as “a touching, culturally specific, unrepentant, in-your-face movie.”
Written by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and Teresa Hsiao, the new comedy also stars Ronny Chieng, Lori Tan Chinn, David Denman, Annie Mumolo, Chris Pang and Alexander Hodge. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (super bad, pineapple express) is also listed as a producer on the new comedy.
joy ride In theaters July 7th.