Hulu has just revealed the trailer for their upcoming comedy movie Big Time Adolescence. The movie is a teenage coming of age story that follows the story of a young teenage boy named Mo who develops an unusual friendship with his older sister’s ex-boyfriend Zeke. Movie Web reported that Big Time Adolescence is being directed by Jason Orley, who also wrote the movie’s script. This will be Orley’s directorial debut, though he has served as a crew member on various different projects.
Actor Griffin Gluck will play Mo, a smart but naive boy in high school. Throughout his career Gluck has starred in several different Netflix originals projects. He is probably best known for his lead role in the Netflix original series American Vandal and the love interest in Tall Girl. Comedian and actor Pete Davidson is playing Zeke, a charming but directionless college drop out. Davidson. of course, is best known for his current role on Saturday Night Live, but has also made various appearances TV shows like Brooklyn 99 and movies like Trainwreck. The movie’s other cast members include Oona Laurence, Sydney Sweeney, Thomas Barbusca, Jon Cryer, Machine Gun Kelly and Emily Arlook.
Big Time Adolescence initially debuted in Janurary of 2019 at the Sundance Film Festival, but will be released in theaters on March 13 and available for streaming on the 20th.