Emily Ratajkowski teased the teaser in a new trailer for the upcoming Hulu comedy series, History of the World Part II.
The actress, who is back on the market following her divorce from Sebastian Bear-McClard, showed off her top as she lounging between pillows in a sexy Greek-style dress with a huge leg slit.
She twirled her hair as she lay by a roaring fire with a pensive expression on her face.
Thriller Show: Emily Ratajkowski teases the teaser in new trailer for upcoming Hulu comedy series, History of the World Part 2
The upcoming Hulu series, hosted by Mel Brooks, is the follow-up to the 1981 comedy film, World History Part 1, and features a slew of stars narrating major historical events with a hilarious twist.
The show features comedy sketches by Danny DeVito, Josh Gad, Kumail Nanjiani, Seth Rogen, JB Smoove, Johnny Knoxville, Sarah Silverman, Taika Waititi, and more.
The trailer opens with Brooks himself, introducing the film and recounting his accomplished resume.
“I’m Mel Brooks, the man who brought you The Producers, Young Frankenstein, Spaceballs, and Blazing Saddles, and now I’m proud to present the long-awaited follow-up to my film, World History Part 1. We’re renaming it World History Part 2,” he told the camera.
MAKING HISTORY: The 31-year-old actress popped her top as she flung sexyly between the pillows in a sexy Greek-style dress with a huge leg slit.
he is back! Mel Brooks returns as writer and executive producer for the follow-up to his 1981 film, History of the World Part One
From Jesus Christ to Harriet Tubman and Amelia Earhart, the upcoming four-part event promises to entertain viewers with fantasies of major historical events.
Brooks served as writer and executive producer alongside Wanda Sykes, Nick Kroll, Ike Barinholtz, David Stassen, Kevin Salter, variety I mentioned back in May.
“I can’t wait to once again tell the real truth about all the bogus bogus stories the world has been tricked into believing is history!” Brooks said in a statement.
Despite carrying the title Part One, there were originally no plans for a sequel when the film was released in June 1981.
It’s History: From Jesus Christ to Harriet Tubman and Amelia Earhart, the upcoming four-part event promises to entertain viewers with fantasies of major historical events.
It is in! Wanda Sykes plays Harriet Tubman in the series
funny man! Danny DeVito is an All-Star
It turns out that the title of the movie was a play on a book – History of the World, Volume 1 by Sir Walter Raleigh.
The new show will follow the same format as the original film, which consisted of segments satirizing different periods of world history. The Stone Age, Ancient Rome, and the French Revolution were among the time periods parodied.
In the original film, Brooks played five roles: Moses, Comicus Philosopher, Tomás de Torquemada, King Louis XVI, and Jacques.
Fly high! The story of Amelia Earhart will also be told
of characters! Andrew Rannells also brings his comedic talents to the series
Star-studded: Brooks, who turns 95, is on board for the follow-up, serving as writer and executive producer, alongside Wanda Sykes, Nick Kroll, Ike Barinholtz, David Stassen and Kevin Salter, Variety reported back in May.
Sense of humor: Gillian Bell also appears in a historical novel
The wide ensemble also included the likes of Sid Caesar, Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman, Cloris Leachman, Ron Carey, Gregory Hines, Pamela Stephenson, Shecky Greene, and Mary-Margaret Humes.
There were also a variety of cameo appearances by Royce D. Applegate, Hugh Hefner, John Hurt, Bea Arthur, Nigel Hawthorne, Jackie Mason, Barry Levinson, Paul Mazursky, Andrew Sachs and Henny Youngman.
Every story was told by the late, legendary director Orson Welles.
Check it out: “I can’t wait to once again tell the real truth about all the bogus bogus stories the world has been tricked into believing is history!” Brooks said in a statement the new batch
COMING SOON: The Four Nights Event begins March 6 on Hulu
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