"Do you believe that there's someone for everyone?" asks Ryder's character, Lindsay.
"I don't want to be a person you don't know where to stick".
The trailer paints a picture of Keanu Reeves' Frank, who is cynical and sarcastic, alongside Winona Ryder as Lindsay, who isn't having it and still has a bright-eyed view of the world despite having had her fair share of troubles. Check out the Destination Wedding trailer below!
Sunshine Pictures' Gail Lyon produced Destination Wedding with Two Camel Films' Elizabeth Dell alongside Robert Jones for The Fyzz Facility, which is fully financing the film. Both are riding their own respective waves of success but still carved out time to despise each other in this breezy summer flick, and although Reeves still looks like he's in John Wick mode, that's only a bonus. DJ Dallenbach also stars in the film with Victor Levin serving as both director and writer.
Reeves and Ryder also worked together on 2006's "A Scanner Darkly" and 2009's "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee".
While the idea of two people who don't believe in love falling for one another isn't necessarily unexplored territory, it's great to see Reeves show off his deadpan comedy chops and Ryder's performance as an annoyed, entitled contrarian could elevate this above the plethora of mediocre indie rom-coms set at weddings.