'Tully' Trailer: Charlize Theron, Diablo Cody, and Jason Reitman Reteam

Tully Trailer- Charlize Theron

'Tully' Trailer: Charlize Theron, Diablo Cody, and Jason Reitman Reteam

We've seen Charlize Theron play everything from a rough-looking serial killer to the commander of a tribe of post-apocalyptic warriors to a badass secret agent.

There's nearly no talking in the trailer - just the sound of a baby's cry and an exhausted mother's sigh, until Ron Livingston walks into the dining room where Theron has just slid dinner onto the table and says, "Hey, frozen pizza". While Marlo isn't too excited about the prospect of having a nanny at first, especially when the young babysitter proves to be a bit too headstrong for her own good, she eventually softens on the situation. The film opens April 20th and also stars Mark Duplass and Ron Livingston.

Tully sees Reitman partnering up with Charlize Theron and screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno) for a brand new feature about motherhood. Even though the trailer says this movie is about motherhood in 2018, this will surely resonate with plenty of parents in general out there, whether they're mothers or fathers. Marlo (Theron), a mother of three including a newborn, is gifted a night nanny by her brother (Duplass). Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire, Blade Runner 2049) plays Tully, the "thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging young nanny" with whom Theron's character forms a "unique bond", according to the film's official synopsis.

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Director Jason Reitman and writer Diablo Cody, the team behind the Oscar-nominated Juno and criminally underrated Young Adult (Reitman also produced the Cody-scripted Jennifer's Body), have gotten the band back together for Tully.

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