Netflix has released an official trailer for Me Time, the forthcoming adventure comedy starring Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg. The film will be available for streaming on August 26.

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The video, which you can check out below, features a dedicated stay-at-home father who finally gets a chance to relax and spend some time away from his kids and household responsibilities. However, what was supposed to be a relaxing period of “me time” turns into total chaos when his long-time friend drags him to do all kinds of dangerous things.

 

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Me Time is written and directed by John Hamburg. Joining Hart and Wahlberg are Regina Hall, Luis Gerardo Mandez, Jimmy O. Yang, John Amos, Anna Maria Horsford, Andrew Santino, Deborah S. Craig, Naomi Ekperigin, Drew Droege, Ilia Isorels Paulino, Tahj Mowry, Carlo Rota, Che Tafari, and Amentii Sledge.

“When a stay-at-home dad finds himself with some me time for the first time in years while his wife and kids are away, he reconnects with his former best friend for a wild weekend that nearly upends his life,” reads the logline.

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Me Time is executive produced by Lauren Hennessey, Mark Moran, Patricia Braga, and Joe Gatta, with Hart, Hamburg, and Bryan Smiley serving as producers.

This project marks both Hart and Wahlberg’s latest collaboration with Netflix after working on previous individual films such as Fatherhood and The Man from Toronto for Hart, and Spenser Confidential for Wahlberg.