Nat Wolff and Selena Gomez head up a cross-generational cast in August's madcap high school comedy.
Rick Stevens (Wolff) is struggling to make good on his interest in Nina Pennington (Gomez), but standing in his way is the perception that he's a dimwitted loser, in addition to the physical obstacle that is Nina's well-muscled ex-boyfriend.
Cue a host of adventures as the pair form an unlikely friendship: wild parties, a crazy club owner, police intervention, a gang of nuns, and unwanted advances from a best friend's mom.
With Wolff ("The Fault in Our Stars") and Gomez ("Wizards of Waverly Place") leading the teen-oriented cast as the love-struck student and his unattainable classmate, there's still a ton of cross-generational support for adults persuaded to chaperone attendees of the R-rated August release (DE:16, UK:15, SG:M18), or up for a nostalgia trip of their own volition.
Elisabeth Shue ("Back to the Future II," "Leaving Las Vegas"), Carey Elwes ("The Princess Bride," "Saw"), Gary Busey ("Under Siege," "I'm With Busey"), Mary-Louise Parker ("Weeds," "Fried Green Tomatoes"), and Jason Lee ("My Name is Earl," "Enemy of the State") all appear, as well as Patrick Warburton of "Seinfeld" and Dylan McDermott from "The Practice."
Already available as a digital download via iTunes since July 1 "Behaving Badly" is heading for an August 1 theatrical release in selected US cinemas.
Behaving Badly trailer: youtu.be/T_FcHdOEvWc