We hope you're as excited as we are about "Wanderlust," the new comedy from "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Role Models" director David Wain, starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston.
Rudd and Aniston star as a typical married couple who find themselves adjusting to life in a hippie commune after Rudd's character loses his comfy New York job. They find themselves finding that they may be less open to the lifestyle of the Georgia granola community than they initially thought.
Like "Role Models," the premise on its face may not sound revolutionary and could lend itself to some easy jokes, but based on the trailer and the clips we've seen, we're excited for the possibilities of this one. The supporting cast, which includes Justin Theroux, Alan Alda, Malin Ackerman, Ken Marino, Lauren Ambrose, Jordan Peele and Joe Lo Truglio, appears to bring electricity to the movie with subtle characterizations that elevate the comedy.
In this clip exclusive to AOL, Rudd's character kills a fly during dinner. What he doesn't expect is for his new hippie friends, led by a white-bearded Alda, to take his murderous conquest quite so emotionally.