Netflix's You People: Plot, Cast Release Date, and Everything Else We Know

It’s all the time cool to see generations of elite performers coming collectively for a film or sequence. Think Brad Pitt and Robert Redford within the under-appreciated Tony Scott CIA jaunt Spy Game. Or Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen within the Judd Apatow-directed darkish dramedy Funny People. Now Netflix can be spanning 40 years of comedy chops, in addition to crossing into some delicate territory, with their upcoming movie You People. The two elite comedic skills helming this film can be Eddie Murphy and Jonah Hill, each arguably the funniest actors of their respective generations. Oh, and to not point out Julia-Louis Dreyfus.

The film has the potential to dive deep into the intense racial points which have sadly carried over from era to era proper up into right this moment’s every day headlines. It has the hallmarks of a race-swapped model of the Sydney Poitier basic Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner and a freeze-frame of the ignorance and obliviousness nonetheless rampant in 2023. The tone from writers Hill and Kenya Barris (Black-ish) seems to be on the lighter aspect of a tough story based mostly on the trailer. Here’s every part we learn about You People.

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The awkward encounter turns right into a date and in the end the connection that Ezra has been pining for. Ezra plans to ask Amira to marry him, and being an old style and respectful man, he appears to be like to her dad and mom for permission. Enter the comedic pressure of nature that’s Eddie Murphy.

The official synopsis reads as follows.

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