after watching the very first scene in the trailer for the upcoming comedy Red Band Joy Ride, you’re probably starting to think July can’t come soon enough. The story revolves around a group of best friends who decide to go on a trip China to learn more about the culture and find the girls’ long-lost mother. However, nothing goes as planned and they go on an adventure filled with parties, drugs and K-pop stars.

The opening scene sets the tone for the entire trailer, revealing a tiny Chinese girl who says the F-word to a racist boy. This makes it clear that the story will be a no-BS adventure type found a family tropes, and why they should not be dicks for immigrants and descendants have no time for school audiences. It said wheels up to China for one comedy It’s definitely different from what we’ve seen.

Joy Ride Brings some unapologetic fun

The Red Band trailer A good portion of the girls’ adventures earn their status by revealing a cocaine-related craze, as well as an unwitting mule story where they have to hide drugs everywhere to avoid the Chinese police. If you know what a “mule” is, you know where these drugs are going. If the trailer is any indication, Joy Ride turns unapologetic to eleven and delivers a Girls trip and Booksmart on steroids – which makes us all the more eager to check it out.

happy journey
Image via Lionsgate

RELATIONSHIP: ‘Everything Everywhere At Once’ and ‘The Boys’ Lead 2023 Critics’ Choice Super Awards Winners

Who is in the cast? Joy Ride?

Joy Ride Characteristics Everything Everywhere At Once A star Stephanie Hsuin this line; at the same time Ashley Park (Emily is in Paris), Sherry Cola (A good problem), and Sabrina Wuwho performs the transition Doogie Kamealoha, MD from writer to actor. The cast also has its own characteristics Ronnie Chieng (Crazy rich Asians), Lori Tan Chinn (Awkwafina is Nora from Queens), David Denman (Greenland), Annie Mumolo (Go to Barb & Star Vista Del Mar), Desmond Chiam (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier), Alexander Hodge (Dangerous), and Chris Pang (Crazy rich Asians).

Comedy director Adele LimAfter writing screenplays for high-profile Oscar-nominated films, makes his feature film directorial debut. Crazy rich Asians and Raya and the Last Dragon. The scriptwriter is a co-writer Cherry Chevapravatdumrong (Family guy) and Teresa Xiao (Awkwafina is Nora from Queens).

Joy Ride It will premiere in theaters on July 7. You can watch the Red Band trailer below:

Check out the official synopsis here:

From the producer of Neighbors and co-creator of Crazy Rich Asians, JOY RIDE stars Ashley Park, Sherry Kola, Oscar® nominee Stephanie Hsu and Sabrina Wu. A funny and candid story of identity and self-discovery, it centers on four unlikely friends who embark on a once-in-a-lifetime international adventure. When Audrey’s (Ashley Park) business trip to Asia goes awry, she enlists the help of her carefree childhood best friend, Lolo (Sherri Cola). Kat (Stephanie Hsu), his college friend turned Chinese soap star; and Lolo’s eccentric cousin Deadeye (Sabrina Wu). Their no-holds-barred, epic experience becomes a journey of bonding, friendship, belonging, and wild debauchery that reveals the universal truth of what it means to know and love who you are.