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'In a World...' Trailer: Lake Bell Pursues Career as Voiceover Star

June 13, 2013 (7:43 am) GMT
The video gives a peek at Carol's struggle to break into the boys club of movie-trailer voiceover and offers a glimpse at Eva Longoria's comedic cameo.

's upcoming comedy "" which she produces, directs, writes and stars in has got a trailer. It teases the story that takes place in the world of movie trailers about an underachieving vocal coach who dreams big of narrating movie trailers like her famous father.

Bell will tackle the female lead Carol who clumsily trying to make her way in a field dominated by men. "Let's face it, the industry does not crave a female sound," says her father, a king of movie-trailer voice-overs, played by Fred Melamed. He adds, "I'm not being sexist, that's just the truth."

The tension between the father and daughter is previewed along with the romantic subplot in a number of scenes that are comedic promising. If that's not enough appeal, there is a cameo appearance by "" star as she's being coached by Carol as well.

A winner of Best Screenplay at Sundance Film Festival, the movie is supported by such comedic talents as , Michaela Watkins, , , , and .

The full story of Carol setting out to change the voice of a generation amidst pride, sexism and family dysfunction will unfold this summer when the movie gets a limited release in the United States on August 9.


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