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Criss In Bed With Wiig In First GIRL MOST LIKELY Clip

Criss In Bed With Wiig In First GIRL MOST LIKELY ClipGLEE breakout star and Broadway headliner Darren Criss joins BRIDESMAIDS creator/star and popular SNL veteran Kristen Wiig for the new big screen comedy GIRL MOST LIKELY and the first clip from the film has at last been released.

"Did you guys have sex?" crudely asks Zelda (Annette Bening) as a groggy Lee (Criss) and Imogene (Wiig) awake early in the morning in potentially post-coital positions, sharing an obviously disheveled bed.

Given the ensuing shrug given by Lee in reply, the answer still apparently awaits!

In the film, Criss purportedly plays the member of a boy band, Lee, whose story becomes intertwined with that of the character played by Wiig, Imogene, over the course of the film. Also, Bening essays the role of Zelda, Wiig's outspoken mother.

The official plot synopsis of GIRL MOST LIKELY is as follows: "A failed New York playwright awkwardly navigating the transition from Next Big Thing to Last Year's News."

GIRL MOST LIKELY will be released in select cities on July 19.

Check out the official Facebook page for GIRL MOST LIKELY here.

Also, don't miss the first look at Darren Criss in the film available here.

Check out the caustic first clip from GIRL MOST LIKELY featuring Criss, Wiig and Bening here.

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