Big Time Adolescence, starring Machine Gun Kelly and Pete Davidson, is set to hit select theaters and Hulu in March, and a new trailer released on Wednesday (Feb. 19) depicts all the film’s coming-of-age glory.
The clip features actor Griffin Gluck, who plays a suburban teenager who falls under the wing of his sister’s ex-boyfriend, a destructive college dropout named Zeke (Davidson). MGK plays Davidson’s best friend, and the duo teach their teenage pal their questionable ways of life.
Written and directed by Jason Orley, the film also stars Jon Cryer, Sydney Sweeney and Emily Arlook.
Big Time Adolescence will be available in a few North American cinemas beginning on March 13, before it is up for streaming on Hulu on March 20. Watch the trailer below.