Especially since it features Bryan Cranston and James Franco duking it out.
The upcoming comedy stars Cranston as a buttoned-up dad with a daughter who’s dating a Silicon Valley goober that looks alarmingly like Franco.
is due out in theaters on December 25 with Cranston, Franco, Mullally, Zoey Deutch, Griffin Gluck and Keegan Michael-Key among the cast.
For an extra 30 seconds of Cranston on Franco goodness, check out the red band trailer below.
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James Franco plays an "internet zillionaire" dating protective father Bryan Cranston's daughter.
Franco is the millennial nightmare every baby boomer has stress-dreamed about.
He greets his potential future parents-in-law shirtless, displaying his numerous tattoos (including a new one which is a portrait of his his girlfriend's family), is inappropriately physically affectionate, open about his sex life, and has the general energy of a human hurricane."No father would want their daughter with this guy," Cranston says, which is about as Cranston as you can get.
"I feel like I'm so normal," a surprised Franco says, which might literally be James Franco's personal motto.
It's arguably the pairing of your dreams, where you just hope that Cranston sits Franco down at some point and is like, Yet Franco slowly charms the rest of the family until Cranston is the only one resisting Franco.
The trailer's got all the physical gags you'd expect (see: throwing a rock onto a balcony and accidentally hitting an innocent woman in the face) and has at least two Christmas references, so this could be precisely the light Christmas comedy about holiday family tension that you need to alleviate your own.