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American rapper, producer, screenwriter, and director Boots Riley is making his feature-length debut with Sorry to Bother You. Following the film's premiere at Sundance, as well as an initial trailer, here we showcase the latest look at the upcoming fantasy/sci-fi project.

Sorry to Bother You stars Atlanta's Lakeith Stanfield who plays Cassius Green, a frustrated telemarketer in an alternate, present-day version of Oakland. To get ahead at his job, Green looks to advice from his coworker, portrayed by Danny Glover. Ultimately, Glover insists that Cassius find his "white voice" while working the phone.

Alongside Stanfield and Glover, the movie stars Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Terry Crews, Steven Yeun, Omari Hardwick, and Jermaine Fowler. You can look forward to Sorry to Bother You landing in select theaters July 6 and everywhere July 13.

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For more movies, watch Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder in the new trailer for upcoming comedy, 'Destination Wedding.'

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