Huffpost TV

'A.C.O.D.' Trailer Just Coined A New Term (And It's Catchy)

Posted: Updated:
Print Article

As "Friends With Kids" proved, the world can't have enough movies where Adam Scott plays the lead. He's back in that mode again in "A.C.O.D.," a new comedy that debuts on Oct. 4, following its premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Scott plays a man who fits under the title acronym (that's Adult Children Of Divorce) and tries to navigate the muddy waters left behind by his parents' divorce (Catherine O'Hara and Richard Jenkins play his onscreen mother and father). Jane Lynch, Jessica Alba, Adam Pally and Mary Elizabeth Winstead all show up too, as does Amy Poehler, playing Jenkins' new onscreen wife and an antagonist to Scott's character. We're not in Pawnee anymore, y'all.

Watch the trailer above.

Sundance Film Festival 2013
of
Share
Tweet
Share this
close
Current Slide

Around the Web

A.C.O.D. Trailer Offers Adam Scott as an Adult Child of Divorce

First 'ACOD' Poster with Adam Scott Channels '40-Year Old Virgin'

First Poster for Hilarious and Heartfelt 'A.C.O.D' Starring Adam Scott