The new comedy from Focus Features stars Tina Fey as a Princeton admissions officer who learns that a prospective student may be her son
Hold on to your hats comedy fans, because Focus Features is releasing "Admission" with a comic dream team.
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd star in the adaptation of Jean Hanff Korelitz's novel of the same name, which follows the "30 Rock" star as a Princeton admissions officer who learns that a prospective student may be the son she gave up in college. The revelation, however, couldn't have come at a worse time. She's battling a co-worker for a promotion and sees herself as a terrible potential parent. Maybe a little lovin' from single dad Rudd will change that though.
Paul Weitz, the man behind the critically-acclaimed "About A Boy," directs from a script written by Karen Croner ("One True Thing").
As anyone who has admired Fey and Rudd's previous work would expect, the performances look both laugh out loud funny and heartfelt. It's safe to say that they're a match made in rom-com heaven.
The sentimental comedy hits theaters in March 2013. Watch the trailer below.