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Kristin Chenoweth Duct-Taped by Her Daughter in First 'Family Weekend' Trailer

February 26, 2013 (6:06 am) GMT
Kristin is an absent mom whose daughter seeks for attention by 'abducting' the parents only to get the family back together again.

Hot on heels of her Oscars performance with , appears in a first trailer for her new dramedy "". In it, Kristin is featured having a chaotic family with her daughter struggling to put them together. Funny thing happens when the daughter seals Kristin's lips with a duct tape only to get her attention.

"Family Weekend" revolves around 16-year-old Emily Smith-Dungy (Olesya Rulin), who is an incredibly motivated overachiever but grown up increasingly frustrated with her parents' lack of support and guidance. Her mom, Samantha (Kristin), is a career-focused, no-nonsense, high-powered business executive.

Her dad, Duncan (Matthew Modine), is a happy go-lucky artist who can't be bothered to earn a paycheck. When they miss their daughter's big jump-roping competition, Emily hits her breaking point and takes it upon herself to restore order in the home. With the help of her siblings, they unite and take their parents hostage in hopes to become a "family" again.

The dramedy has Benjamin Epps serving as the director and Matt K. Turner penning the script. To be released in the U.S. on March 29, the movie is also supported by , Eddie Hassel, Shirley Jones, , Robbie Tucker and Peter Gail.


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