Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss Trailer

Taika Waititi is a lifeless cult chief whose haunted bathtub makes hassle for a younger couple within the trailer for Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss.

Taika Waititi is a loopy cult chief haunting a younger pair’s bathtub within the trailer for Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss. Waititi rose proper into the entrance rankings of Hollywood writer-directors along with his MCU hit Thor: Ragnarok, after that confirmed his inventive chops inside 2015’s Oscar-winning witticism Jojo Rabbit. Of course, Waititi not simply created and directed Jojo Rabbit, snagging the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay within the course of, he additionally appeared on-screen within the position of Adolf Hitler (or no less than a model of Hitler as imagined by the film’s younger, confused protagonist).

Waititi’s work as an actor is probably not as heralded as his efforts behind the digicam, however he’s undoubtedly taken on some attention-grabbing roles through the years, in each his personal movies and different folks’s initiatives. Waititi labored for himself and co-director Jermaine Clement as Viago in What We Do within the Shadows, and likewise gave voice to the character of Korg in Ragnarok. Waititi’s voice-only performing work additionally contains performing as IG-11 on The Mandalorian (he directed the season 1 finale as properly) and likewise because the intern Glootie within the instant-classic Rick & Morty episode “The Old Man and the Seat.”

In the brand new film Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss, Waititi as soon as once more places on his performing hat and it’s not stunning to see the quirky filmmaker taking part in one other offbeat character, on this case, a loopy cult chief whose followers maintain making hassle for a younger couple (Kate Micucci and Sam Huntington) after they transfer into a brand new condominium. See Waititi and firm within the Seven Stages trailer within the house under together with a poster (by way of MarVista Entertainment):

Directed by Vivienne Caldinelli from a script by Christopher Hewitson, Clayton Hewitson, and Justin Jones, Seven Stages is clearly not your ordinary comedy. The wacky and really darkish premise sees the leads Claire and Paul renting an condominium solely to have a number of folks randomly break into their toilet and commit “self-murder” of their tub. The couple finally learns {that a} cult chief named Storch (Waititi) killed himself within the similar tub and now it incorporates some sort of “afterglow” that calls others to ritually finish their lives in the identical house. Rather than transfer out like sane folks, Claire and Paul determine to look into Storsh’s cult and discover themselves drawn to the person’s beliefs.

As the trailer exhibits, the film is crammed with a number of attention-grabbing appearances from the likes of Dan Harmon, Mark McKinney, Rhea Seehorn, Dana Gould, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn, Lilan Bowden, John Dore, Josh Brener, Mindy Sterling, J Lee, Brian Girard, Michael St. Michaels and Matt Jones. But Waititi undoubtedly steals the present as Storsh, one more wacky character the multi-talented filmmaker has added to his array of performances. Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss is about to hit theaters on March 6, 2020, and likewise on-demand and likewise digital on March 17, 2020.

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