Pete Davidson Goes Stir Crazy in the New Trailer For Horror Film "Bodies Bodies Bodies"

What happens when you put a group of rich 20-somethings in a remote mansion during a hurricane? A whole lot of trouble in a deadly party game, apparently. In A24's latest horror flick, "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies," Gen Z flips satire on its head when one festive gathering goes "very, very wrong."

The new trailer for the film — which stars Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Pete Davidson, Myha'la Herrold, Rachel Sennott, Lee Pace, and Chase Sui Wonders — arrived on July 12, and the dark comedy already has us guessing who the killer may be. In the two-minute trailer, Bakalova's Bee is the girlfriend of Stenberg's Sophie, and she feels totally out of place with all the rich influencer types, especially Davidson's uber-wealthy girlfriend. When the group of friends, stuck indoors due to a storm, decide to play a game, there are some major unexpected consequences.

According to Stenberg's character, the rules of the game seem simple: if you draw the piece of paper that has the "X" on it, then you're the murderer. Everyone else just has to avoid being killed. Easy, right? But things get complicated when someone from the friend group actually winds up dead, and everyone starts pointing fingers.

The twists and turns in "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" keep viewers guessing as to who might be behind the deadly ploy, but the plot also examines backstabbing and fake friends as the group works together to solve the dangerous mystery. The film, directed by Halina Reijn, hits theaters on Aug. 5. Watch the trailer for "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" ahead.

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"Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" Cast

"Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" stars Amandla Stenberg, "Borat 2" star and Oscar nominee Maria Bakalova, Pete Davidson, Myha'la Herrold, "Shiva Baby" star Rachel Sennott, Lee Pace, and Chase Sui Wonders.

"Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" Release Date

"Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" will be released in theaters on Aug. 5.

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