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Josephine Langford, Hadley Robinson & More Star In 'Moxie' Trailer - Watch Now!

The official trailer for the upcoming movie Moxie just debuted on Tuesday morning (February 2)!

The new film has quite the cast of young stars, including Josephine Langford, Hadley Robinson, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Josie Totah, Sydney Park and more.

Here’s a synopsis: Vivian (Robinson), a seemingly shy 16-year-old, has always preferred to keep her head down and fly under the radar. But when the arrival of a new student (Alycia Pascual-Peña) forces her to examine the unchecked behavior of her fellow students running rampant at her high school, Vivian realizes she’s fed up.

Inspired by her mother’s (Amy Poehler) rebellious past, Vivian anonymously publishes an underground zine called Moxie to expose bias and wrongdoing in her high school, and unexpectedly sparks a movement. Now at the center of a revolution, Vivian begins to forge new friendships with other young women and allies, reaching across the divide of cliques and clubs as they learn to navigate the highs and lows of high school together.

The movie, directed by Amy Poehler, also stars Lauren Tsai, Nico Hiraga, Clark Gregg, Anjelika Washington, Charlie Hall, and Sabrina Haskett, with Ike Barinholtz and Marcia Gay Harden.

Look out for Moxie on March 3rd on Netflix!


‘Moxie’ Trailer

Josephine Langford & Sydney Park's New Movie 'Moxie' Gets March Release Date!

Josephine Langford has a new Netflix movie coming out soon!

The 23-year-old After We Collided actress will star alongside quite a great cast in Moxie, including Sydney Park, Alycia Pascual-Peña, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Josie Totah and more.

Here’s a synopsis: Vivian (Hadley Robinson), a seemingly shy 16-year-old, has always preferred to keep her head down and fly under the radar. But when the arrival of a new student (Pascual-Peña) forces her to examine the unchecked behavior of her fellow students running rampant at her high school, Vivian realizes she’s fed up.

Inspired by her mother’s (Amy Poehler) rebellious past, Vivian anonymously publishes an underground zine called Moxie to expose bias and wrongdoing in her high school, and unexpectedly sparks a movement.

Now at the center of a revolution, Vivian begins to forge new friendships with other young women and allies, reaching across the divide of cliques and clubs as they learn to navigate the highs and lows of high school together.

Moxie, which is based off of the novel by Jennifer Mathieu and directed by Amy Poehler, will premiere on March 3.

The film also stars Lauren Tsai, Nico Hiraga, Clark Gregg, Anjelika Washington, Charlie Hall, and Sabrina Haskett, with Ike Barinholtz and Marcia Gay Harden.