What’s high school without a little fighting?
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In the world of high school, where hormones run high and drama lurks around every corner, “Bottoms” offers a fresh and uproarious take on the teenage experience. This comedy, brought to life by Orion Releasing, introduces us to Josie (Ayo Edebiri) and PJ (Rachel Sennott), two high schoolers far from the top of the food chain. Their mission? Survive high school and capture the attention of their crushes. However, when a run-in with football player Jeff (Nicholas Galitzine) leads to unexpected trouble, Josie and PJ decide to take matters into their own hands by starting a fight club.
The Unconventional Plan:
Presenting the fight club as a means for girls to practice self-defense, Josie and PJ’s real agenda is to lose their virginities to their dream girls. But as their fight club gains unexpected popularity, chaos ensues, and the duo must find a way out before their true intentions are exposed.
Behind the Scenes:
“Bottoms” is not just an ordinary high school comedy; it’s a project filled with talent and creativity. Co-written and executive-produced by Rachel Seligman, who also directed the film, and starring Rachel Sennott, this movie reunites a successful pair who previously collaborated on “Shiva Baby.” The film’s executive producers include Ted Deiker, known for his work on “Our Friend” and “Book Club,” along with industry heavyweights Elizabeth Banks, Max Handelman, and Alison Small, who previously worked on “Cocaine Bear.”
The star-studded cast includes not only the leads, Ayo Edebiri, Rachel Sennott, and Nicholas Galitzine but also features Ruby Cruz, Kaia Gerber, Punkie Johnson, Marshawn Lynch, Havana Rose Liu, Miles Fowler, Dagmara Dominiczyk, and more.
“Bottoms” made its debut earlier this year at the SXSW Film Festival on March 11, creating buzz among audiences. The film followed with a limited release on August 25, and it’s currently gracing the big screens across the nation, albeit with a relatively limited release.
Where to Catch the Action:
For those eager to experience the hilarious antics of Josie and PJ, “Bottoms” tickets are available for purchase. You can find showtimes and tickets through official channels like the Official Website, Fandango, Regal Cinemas, AMC Theatres, Cinemark, and Cineplex.
While there are no official streaming plans announced for “Bottoms” at this time, it’s worth noting that MGM Studios, the studio behind the film, is now under the Amazon umbrella. Given this, audiences can likely expect the movie to eventually find its way to Prime Video. After all, Amazon’s acquisition of MGM means that Prime Video offers a wealth of MGM content, and “Bottoms” is likely to be no exception.
Collectors’ Edition Coming Soon:
Fans of physical media can also look forward to owning “Bottoms.” The movie is currently available for purchase on Digital platforms, and a Blu-ray and DVD release is expected in the near future. Stay tuned for updates on the release dates.
“Bottoms” is not just another high school comedy; it’s a riotous exploration of teenage life filled with humor, heart, and an unconventional fight club. With a stellar cast and promising prospects for streaming and home entertainment, this film promises to be a memorable addition to the genre. So, grab your tickets, and get ready for a wild ride through high school shenanigans with Josie and PJ in “Bottoms.”