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‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ Trailer: Cooper Raiff’s Charming Sophomore Dramedy With Dakota Johnson Hits Apple TV+ On June 17

Is Cooper Raiff the Millenial Richard Linklater? It’s a little too early to tell (and no one is anyone’s anything when it comes to those kinds of comparisons), but Raiff is without a doubt a filmmaker to watch. If his debut “Shithouse” winning the Best Narrative Feature prize at SXSW 2020 didn’t get people’s attention, his latest film’s Audience Award at Sundance this year certainly did.

READ MORE: ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ Review: Cooper Raiff Gets The Party Started In His Super-Charming, Bittersweet Sophomore Drama [Sundance] Now, it’s time for that film to hit the public, courtesy of Apple TV+. Continue reading ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ Trailer: Cooper Raiff’s Charming Sophomore Dramedy With Dakota Johnson Hits Apple TV+ On June 17 at The Playlist.

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Dakota Johnson: Main News

Is Cooper Raiff the Millenial Richard Linklater? It’s a little too early to tell (and no one is anyone’s anything when it comes to those kinds of comparisons), but Raiff is without a doubt a filmmaker to watch. If his debut “Shithouse” winning the Best Narrative Feature prize at SXSW 2020 didn’t get people’s attention, his latest film’s Audience Award at Sundance this year certainly did.
The Sundance sensation Cha Cha Real Smooth is getting ready to take theaters by storm, with the first trailer debuting on Thursday.Apple TV Plus picked up the rights after the Sundance screening for a whopping $15 million, with the film also earning the Audience Award at the fest.Dakota Johnson stars alongside Cooper Raiff, who also writes and directs the film, following a bizarre friendship formed by a bar mitzvah party host and a mom. First trailer:The Sundance sensation Cha Cha Real Smooth is getting ready to take theaters by storm, with the first trailer debuting on Thursday Writer-director-star:Dakota Johnson stars alongside Cooper Raiff, who also writes and directs the film, following a bizarre friendship formed by a bar mitzvah party host and a momThe trailer begins with a video featuring David (Evan Assante), claiming, 'If anyone knows how to start a party, it's my brother, Andrew, or should I say...'The video transitions to a shot of Andrew (Raiff) in a full tuxedo, as David calls him by his, 'professional' name - The Jig Conductor.

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