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Jennifer Aniston Plays a Pageant Mom from Hell in Netflix's Dumplin' Trailer

The movie features new music from Dolly Parton

Liam Mathews

When you've finished watching Friends for the eighteenth time, Netflix has some new Jennifer Aniston content for you to watch. Dumplin', a movie starring the former friend alongside Patti Cake$ breakout Danielle Macdonald, arrives on the streaming service Dec. 7, and got a trailer on Wednesday.

The film is a comedy about a teenager named Willa Dean, aka Dumplin' (Macdonald), the plus-size daughter of a former beauty queen (Aniston). When she rebelliously signs up for her mother's pageant, she starts a movement that changes everything for all the women in her little Texas town. The movie is based on a bestselling novel by Julie Murphy and written and produced by Kristin Hahn, directed by The Proposal's Anne Fletcher and features new music from the movie's patron saint Dolly Parton. It fits firmly into Netflix's plan to corner the young adult movie market (shoutout to To All the Boys I've Loved Before).

Dumplin' will launch in select theaters, but mostly it'll be on Netflix Friday, Dec. 7.

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Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston, Dumplin'

Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston, Dumplin'

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