Charlize Theron’s newest motion picture reunites her with film writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman in Tully, which isn’t really clearly a follow up to Young Adult, however may too be.
Not much occurs in the trailer: Charlize Theron is a mom. She’s wed to Ron Livingston, aka Berger from Sex and the City who broke up with Carrie through Post-It. They have a well-equipped house, 2 kids, a bouncing newborn, and the ways to employ the titular Tully (Mackenzie Davis), a night baby-sitter who appears relatively from no place. Part real baby-sitter and part psychological assistance system for a downtrodden Charlize, damaged by motherhood and, obviously, her 30 s.
When she reveals up (by surprise?),
“I’m here to take care of you,” Tully states at the front door. “I’m just not used to people doing things for me,” Theron replies.
What unfurls appears like the denouement of Cody’s filmic meditation on being a girl, finishing the cycle that Juno began in2007 There are meditations on motherhood, breast pumps, the altering body, and remote spouses who go to work then wish to make love. Charlize Theron’s life is great to begin, then appears to obtain perceptibly much better, unless there’s a twist. Tully strikes theaters on April 20.Related youtube video: (not from post)