Gene Stupnitsky’s No Hard Feelings starring Jennifer Lawrence, is coming to Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD sooner than you think.
Gene Stupnitsky’s raunchy R-rated comedy, No Hard Feelings, is coming to the home market later this month. According to Sony Pictures, the hilarious and decidedly horny comedy releases on Blu-ray and DVD on August 29, with the Digital release coming next week on August 15. Extras for the home release of No Hard Feelings include Outtakes & Bloopers, A Motley Crew: Meet the Characters, and A Little Wrong: Making No Hard Feelings.
The spicy comedy tells the story of Maddie, a woman on the brink of losing her home who finds a curious job listing: parents looking for someone to bring their introverted 19-year-old son out of his shell before college. Maddie’s mission is to cure Percy Becker (Andrew Barth Feldman) of his insecurity and turn him into a medalist in the Bedroom Olympics if you catch my drift.
The comedy comes from Gene Stupnitsky, who co-wrote 2011’s Bad Teacher and 2009’s Year One. He recently helmed Good Boys, a shake-up of an American Pie-esque movie, only this time involving younger boys, and their ultimate goal was to kiss a girl. Here, Stupnitsky plays with conventions in a script he co-wrote with John Phillips, who produced Good Boys and wrote the screenplay for Dirty Grandpa.
Matthew Broderick stars as Percy’s father, Laird Becker, with Laura Benanti playing Percy’s mother, Allison Becker. Natalie Morales, Scott MacArthur, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Kyle Mooney, Hasan Minhaj, Jordan Mendoza, Amalia Too, and Alysia Joy Powell also star.
No Hard Feelings was a moderate success at the box office, with a total of $84.9M worldwide. The laugh-out-loud comedy holds a 70% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with an audience score of 87%. Some reviewers say the film is decidedly tame for an R-rated comedy. However, they also praise Lawrence and Feldman for their outstanding chemistry and the film’s ability to inject a bit of heart into the adult-oriented madness.
Lawrence has multiple projects in various production states, including Lynne Ramsay’s Die, My Love, Morgan Spurlock’s Sue, Luca Guadagnino’s Burial Rites, Paolo Sorrentino’s Mob Girl, and Gary Ross’ East of Eden.
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