We Are Your Friends – Official Trailer [HD]

We Are Your Friends – Official Trailer [HD]

From writer/director Max Joseph, WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS starring Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski and Wes Bentley opens in theaters August 28, 2015.


From Warner Bros. Pictures and Studiocanal comes the romantic drama “We Are Your Friends.” The film marks Max Joseph’s (MTV’s “Catfish: The TV Show”) feature film directorial debut, and stars Zac Efron (“Neighbors”), Emily Ratajkowski (upcoming “Entourage,” “Gone Girl”) and Wes Bentley (“Interstellar,” “The Hunger Games”).

“We Are Your Friends” is about what it takes to find your voice. Set in the world of electronic music and Hollywood nightlife, an aspiring 23-year-old DJ named Cole (Efron) spends his days scheming with his childhood friends and his nights working on the one track that will set the world on fire. All of this changes when he meets a charismatic but damaged older DJ named James (Bentley), who takes him under his wing. Things get complicated, however, when Cole starts falling for James’ much younger girlfriend, Sophie (Ratajkowski). With Cole’s forbidden relationship intensifying and his friendships unraveling, he must choose between love, loyalty, and the future he is destined for.

Joseph directs from a screenplay he wrote with Meaghan Oppenheimer, from a story by Richard Silverman. The producers are Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Liza Chasin, with Silverman executive producing and Johanna Byer serving as co-producer. Randall Poster (“The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Divergent” and “Insurgent,” “Spring Breakers”) is the film’s music supervisor.

Joseph’s behind-the-scenes creative team includes director of photography Brett Pawlak (“The Wannabe,” “Hellion”), production designer Maya Sigel (“TiMER” “Gun Hill Road”), editor Terel Gibson (“Phantom,” “The D Train”), and costume designer Christie Wittenborn (“30 Minutes or Less,” “Me and You and Everyone We Know”).
Set for release on August 28, 2015, “We Are Your Friends” is a Working Title Films production. It will be distributed in North America by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company. Studiocanal, who financed the film, will be distributing in France, the UK, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.

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20 Responses

  1. GetGreekTelevision says:

    Brittany Furlan ❤️

  2. pablo vicenzo says:


  3. Nicolas Pasqualis says:


  4. Le Chuc says:

    Because… We are your friends… never be alone again!!! #justice

  5. Laszlo says:

    I feel like this was supposed to be a comedy

  6. jexabu says:

    +Laszlo yeah but whens that EP coming out?

  7. mb Polanco says:

    this is NOT the real DJ life , its a joke right???
    a laptop ??? wtf !! what kind of idiot thinks that the only thing you need
    its a laptop ..

  8. andres romero says:

    Just wait for the big room spinning record lovers-….

  9. Katherine Neill says:

    So excited for this! 

  10. Sheldon Drake says:

    wow, let’s take one of the shittiest songs ever recorded and make a movie
    about douchebag culture around it. I wish tragedy on everyone associated
    with this bottomfeeder vomit.

  11. darrnell anderson says:

    whenever i see the actor john bernthal is a movie i instantly think of the
    walking dead

  12. Julian Gray Media says:

    hate all you want.. this looks to be a fantastic and inspiring movie.

  13. bonnie maddux says:

    Amen finally this trailer is out

  14. JHSky says:

    Looking forward to the movie, not sure what to think about Zac Efron on
    being the protagonist but what gives

  15. Josh Gaspar says:

    +arod2211 LMFAO

  16. Josh Gaspar says:

    +Nosaj D&B is EDM…..

  17. skillzinsamp says:

    WOOOOW 128 BPM

  18. Snow Anaya (NeoWaste) says:

    I’m no expert, but 128BPM is lame sauce. I mean the message is good , if
    you want your dream you gotta fight , you may lose people along the way ,
    but you keep fighting and maybe one day you can stand at the top.

    But, man do I wish this movie wasn’t were this message was put.

  19. ohstallion says:

    this only looks 80% gay when it should be 100% gay

    why didn’t they just make it about gay house parties and such and make it a
    real movie. Zac looks like a gay guy pretending to be straight here.

    LAME. Lacks the courage to go all the way… lacks the courage to go ALL

  20. TheOfficialEvix says:

    As an actual Producer, I’m pretty excited for this really. But like
    everyone else, I’m just a little worried that this is going to make these
    bro-tank wearing college guys think they can just all be DJ’s. Risky move
    Max Joseph, but I’m excited to see how it turns out.