The Bachelors — Trailer


added: Wed, Sep 27th '17

Since winning an Academy Award for his co-starring performance in "Whiplash," J.K. Simmons has become one of the busiest actors in Hollywood. He's back at it again, this time playing a newly widowed teacher in the bittersweet father-son dramedy "The Bachelors," for which a trailer has just been released.

Up-and-coming actor Josh Wiggins (Mean Dreams, Max, Hellion) co-stars as Simmons' teenage son who, after moving cross-country following the death of his mother, starts attending a new prestigious school where he becomes romantically captivated with one of his classmates (played by Odeya Rush, from "Goosebumps" and "The Giver"). Meanwhile, Simmons' character finds himself forming a personal relationship with one of his colleagues, a French teacher (played by Julie Delpy, star of Richard Linklater's "Before" films).

Written and directed by Kurt Voelker (the screenwriter of the 2001 romantic drama "Sweet November"), and co-starring Kevin Dunn, "The Bachelors" will be released on October 20th.

A widower and his teen son relocate across the country and individually rediscover the joys of life after meeting two different women.


directed by   Kurt Voelker

starring   J.K. Simmons, Josh Wiggins, Julie Delpy, Odeya Rush, Kevin Dunn

release date   October 20, 2017

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