If you are among the millions who were unable to attend an early screening of Kevin Smith’s new film Yoga Hosers this summer, you’re in luck. Today, just weeks away from the film’s official release, two new clips have appeared online that showcase the singing talent of the film’s two teen leads.
Harley Quinn Smith and Lily Rose Depp star in Yoga Hosers as Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie, a pair of Canadian teens who are watching their youth slip away while working at a local convenience store. In the footage released today, the pair are found performing covers of classic rock tracks in two unique locations. First up is the film’s opening sequence, which finds the Colleens joined by a drummer played by Adam Brody for a performance of the Anthrax song “I’m the Man.” Check it out:
The second clip, which appears to take place much later in the film, finds the Colleens performing the Styx classic “Babe” to distract Colleen Collette’s father (Tony Hale) from sexy time with his girlfriend (Natasha Lyonne), who Colleen can’t stand. It’s a longer performance than the first, and it is sure to have you singing along in no time at all. Watch it now:
Yoga Hosers is scheduled for wide release on September 2, but there will be a Fathom Events screening held on August 30. That event, which is on sale now, will feature an exclusive Q and A simulcast with Kevin Smith following the screening.
In case you missed it, the official synopsis for Yoga Hosers reads:
15-year-olds Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie (Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp) are on their smartphones constantly, sing in a small band, and take yoga classes. The girls will do just about anything to receive an invitation to a senior party. But when they discover the leader of a Nazi splinter group has been raising an army of monsters beneath the store where they work, the teens team up with a legendary man-hunter (Johnny Depp) to stop the world-threatening uprising.
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