This is the first time Reeves and Ryder have been together in a film since appearing in Francis Ford Coppola's 1992 horror Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Well, it turns out Destination Wedding director and writer Victor Levin may have read my fan fiction, because he reunites Reeves and Ryder in a romantic-comedy about two disgruntled wedding guests who luckily don't have a missed connection.
In the trailer, which came out on Wednesday, Reeves and Ryder are portrayed to be unpleasant wedding guests Frank and Lindsay, who complain about nearly everything, including the seating arrangements, from the airport to the wedding venue. They're not thrilled to be paired up at the event, but somehow, they end up annoying each other in the same hotel room, and after Reeves declares, "I believe that there's nobody for anyone", I think we can accurately guess where this will go.
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Throughout the trailer, the misanthropic wedding guests can't seem to find anything right.
While the idea of two people who don't believe in love falling for one another isn't necessarily unexplored territory, it's great to see Reeves show off his deadpan comedy chops and Ryder's performance as an annoyed, entitled contrarian could elevate this above the plethora of mediocre indie rom-coms set at weddings.
He told PEOPLE: "They rehearsed their dialogue together, helped each other, made everybody laugh - they were delightful".