Bad Romance (2015)
Thursday 24th December 2015
Comedy fans everywhere are invited to attend the most outrageously funny high school reunion of the year when Bad Romance arrives on DVD 18th January 2016, courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Written and directed by Jarrad Paul (Yes Man) and Andrew Mogel, Bad Romance stars Jack Black (Kung Fu Panda series, School of Rock) as Dan Landsman, the socially awkward head of a high school reunion committee determined to finally win his former classmates' approval by convincing the most popular guy from their graduating class, Oliver Lawless, played by James Marsden (X-Men series, Enchanted), to attend their reunion. Willing to do anything - including engaging in a night of hilariously debauched partying that must be seen to be believed - Dan soon discovers he may have gone too far in the name of high school popularity.
Filled with irreverently hilarious and unexpectedly heartfelt moments, this bold new dark comedy features a supporting cast of today's most likely to be funny comedic actors, including Kathryn Hahn (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, We're the Millers), Mike White (TV's Enlightened, School of Rock) and Jeffrey Tambor (TV's Transparent, The Hangover). Bad Romance also arrives on DVD with a hilarious gag reel.
Dan Landsman (Jack Black) is the overly enthusiastic head of his high school reunion committee and also the group's laughingstock. To impress his so-called friends, he vows to convince their most famous former classmate-Oliver Lawless (James Marsden), the star of a national Banana Boat TV commercial-to attend the reunion to increase attendance. Dan travels to Los Angeles and spins a web of lies, igniting an intoxicating excitement for the first time in his humdrum life. In exchange for Oliver's precarious friendship, Dan sacrifices his relationships with his wife, son, and boss, and loses himself in his obsession for approval and recognition.
Bad Romance was produced by David Bernad (TV's Enlightened, Magic Magic), Mike White, Jack Black, Priyanka Mattoo (Entertainment, TV's Ghost Girls), Ben Latham-Jones (Nina, Kids in Love), and Barnaby Thompson (Tommy Boy, Wayne's World). Executive producers are Aigerim Jakisheva (Nina, Kids in Love) and Matthew Medlin (The Spectacular Now).
- Gag Reel
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.