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Billy Crystal And Bette Midler Make Us Smiles In Parental Guidance Trailer

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This looks super cute!

Billy Crystal and Bette Midler are combining their comedic timing to explore the struggle of parenting AND grandparenting in Parental Guidance.

The comedy hits theaters on Christmas Day and based on the first trailer (above), it looks like a great flick for the entire family.

And besides, it's been WAY too long since we've seen either of these comic legends in a movie so we're extra happy that they decided to star in one together.

Marisa Tomei is playing the couples daughter with GCB's Tom Everett Scott co-starring as her husband whose business trip sets the entire plot into motion.

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5 comments to “Billy Crystal And Bette Midler Make Us Smiles In Parental Guidance Trailer”

  1. 1

    based on the actors' ages, you'd have to blv billy crystal fathered marisa tomei at the age of 17
    this is just stupid and far fetched


  2. Dixie DeeDee says – reply to this


    Oy Vey

    Wish they had stayed out of the spotlight,stay retired,stayed at Shady Pines
    Saw Bette about three years ago in Vegas, was sure that was her swan song, tickets for her show were going at half price

  3. with g says – reply to this


    I don't see that because they are older they should disappear. They will definitely appeal to people my age…who are their age. Billy Crystal is looking amazing…he did not look amazing a few years ago. Glad he lost weight and had some "work" done.

  4. 4

    I will go see it looks good, love both of them plus Marisa as well. Too bad I have to wait nine months out of the year to see some decent movies, most of the rest of the year is crummy.

  5. 5

    love it.