Amy Poehler And Will Ferrell’s New Movie ‘The House’: Artists In The Upcoming American Comedy Film Run Illegal Casino

By Johny Smith on Feb 18, 2017 10:11 PM EST

Amy Poehler is joining Will Ferrell in their new movie "The House", an upcoming comedy film. In the trailer, it tells a story of a married couple who run an illegal casino just to earn money for their daughter's college tuition.

Kate (Amy Poehler) and his husband Scott (Will Ferrell) together with their neighbor Frank (Jason Mantzoukas) in "The House" film, who recommend they will start an illegal casino out of the basement. Wherein, their main purpose is to make the cash and earn money to pay for the college tuition of their daughter Alex (Ryan Simpkins). The couple really tried harder to have money to be able for them to send their daughter to the college of her dreams.

Moreover, the casino rapidly expands. The casino's peculiar plot includes a kid DJ, nail salon, a strip club, a club-styled pool area, and MMA fights between suburban wives. Poehler said in a statement that their characters together with Ferrell in the upcoming comedy film from a typical husband and wife turned into criminals. In the finale of the clip, when the characters of Poehler and Ferrell discover that one of their regulars is dishonest, they began to use violence; which made the funniest scene in "The House" trailer as it ends, says Rolling Stone.

Together with Poehler and Ferrell, "The House" cast also includes Jeremy Renner, Nick Kroll, Allison Tolman, Michaela Watkins, Ryan Simpkins, Jessie Ennis, Rob Huebel and Cedric Yarbrough. With Cohen directing, the ones who wrote: "The House" are Andrew Jay Cohen and Brendan O'Brien, who wrote the Seth Rogen and Zac Efron comedy "Neighbors". The upcoming American comedy film will be opening in theaters on the 30th of June this year, Entertainment Weekly reported.

In due course, the comedy film "The House" will bring more fun and excitement to Poehler and Ferrell's fans. It is a very funny film cast by brilliant actors and actresses in the field of comedy, as it shows in the trailer.

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