Fans are divided over Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly's new movie trailer

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Fans of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox will know the pair met on the set of a film in March 2020. Now, the engaged couple have been sharing a look at their new movie together, and people are completely divided over the trailer.

Two years ago, Megan and MGK were working on indie film Midnight In The Switchgrass, which was forced to halt production in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. A source told E! News at the time that the co-stars had, "been hanging out a lot since their movie was shut down," adding that, "The down time has been good for them... They are intrigued by each other and having a lot of fun. It's new and exciting for Megan... She's into it."

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Since then, they've been all over the Instagram PDA and, of course, announced their engagement in January 2022. Now, they've shared the first trailer for their new movie together, Good Mourning, which also stars Pete Davidson.

The official synopsis reads, "When movie star London Clash (Colson Baker) wakes up to an implied break up text from the love of his life, his world is turned upside down. And the timing couldn't be worse because the most important meeting of his career is scheduled for later that same day.

"Compounded by chaotic roommates, and wildly unpredictable twists and turns, London's day keeps going downhill until ultimately, he is forced to choose between pursuing his one true love and landing a life-changing, starring role in a major motion picture."

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Judging by the comments on their posts, fans are completely divided over whether the film looks good or not. "Actually looks like it could be decent I can't lie," one person wrote, while another put, "So wanna see this!!" and "This is actually like super creative."

Others were less convinced though. "This looks like a low budget movie" and "Looks kinda dumb lol." Someone else put, "This looks like the worst thing I've ever seen."

Well, guess there's only one way to find out. Good Mourning is in theatres and on demand on 20 May.


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