Meg Ryan's 'Serious Moonlight' Gets Trailer
When a romantic weekend getaway goes horribly wrong, Meg Ryan's Louise takes matter into her own hand. Magnolia Pictures has presented a brand new trailer for "Serious Moonlight" through Yahoo! Movies. The trailer offers a peek at the efforts the high-powered Manhattan attorney takes to work on her marriage to her husband of 13 years and the problems that ensue.
Thinking of having one romantic weekend with her husband, Louise is up for a big surprise when she arrives at her country home and learns that Ian is leaving her for a younger woman. One thing leads to another, she ends up duct-tapping him to the toilet and won't release him until he professes his love for her and commits to working on their marriage.
But, that's the least of their problems. The unexpected arrival of an opportunistic young gardener, who breaks into their home, and Ian's impatient mistress only serve to complicate the crisis even further. Amidst the chaos, Louise and Ian are somehow forced to reckon with their past and realistically deal with their future.
A comedy movie from first time director Cheryl Hines, "Serious Moonlight" has Timothy Hutton starring as Ian, Kristen Bell as Ian's mistress Sara and Justin Long as the gardener. The script was provided by "Waitress" scribe Adrienne Shelly. The movie will be released in limited theaters on December 4.
"Serious Moonlight" Trailer:
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