Never mind that M.I.A.'s infectious ne'er-do-well anthem "Bad Girls" was already used in the pilot episode of "The Mindy Project"; "The Heat," a new comedy from "Bridesmaids" director Paul Feig with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy in lead roles, is here to steal that particular music cue back for the multiplex.
"The Heat" stars Bullock as a tough FBI agent who gets sent to Boston to work with a local police officer (McCarthy) on a big case. Fish-out-of-water hijinks ensue, as does a relationship straight out of "The Odd Couple," all of which means audiences are in for a treat: The trailer for "The Heat" is lolarious and the film's script was written by Kate Dippold, of "Parks and Recreation" fame.
Live fast, die young, and watch the trailer for "The Heat" above. The film arrive in theaters on Apri 5, 2013, roughly two months after McCarthy teams with Jason Bateman for "Identity Thief."