We’re getting to the end of 2019, which means it’s time to reflect on the year that has passed, as well as start making plans for the one that’s about to begin. Rose Byrne and Tiffany Haddish's caper LIKE A BOSS looks to kick off a funny and nasty 2020 with its release on January 10.
LIKE A BOSS tells the story of Mia and Mel (Byrne and Haddish, respectively,) two best friends who run a cosmetic company named after themselves. As any budding entrepreneur can tell you, the road to success isn’t always an easy one, but it looks like their fortunes are about to see a turn for the better.
That’s because beauty mogul Claire Luna (Salma Hayek) is about to invest in their company. Unfortunately for this pair of pals, that investment leads to some chaotic business dealings, and even the stealing of ideas. Mia and Mel will have to put their heads together to right this wrong, and they'll do so in the funniest way possible.
Unique comedic teamings like Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne are the sort of dreams that movies like LIKE A BOSS are built around. This buddy comedy feels like a comfortable return to a well-tested genre, but in a refreshing new way.
It definitely helps that on top of such a strong pair at the center of this film’s universe, there’s a incredible supporting cast involved as well. With actors like Jennifer Coolidge, Natasha Rothwell and Billy Porter joining in on the fun, LIKE A BOSS isn’t afraid to spread the comedy love through a cast that’s as impressive as they are hilarious.
However, you can only describe LIKE A BOSS in so many words. Watching the insanity in action helps paint a more vibrant picture. Just check out a peek of the movie in the trailer below:
With the holiday rush dying down after New Year’s Day, January always feels like the time for a pick me up. LIKE A BOSS seems like the movie that will do the trick, as all it wants to do is invite audiences to have fun, and maybe take some friends along for the ride.
You’ll be able to do just that when LIKE A BOSS hits theatres on January 10, 2020 — just in time to deliver that much needed laughter in the new year.