A hilarious spoof trailer for the upcoming animated movie “White Baby” is out now, but it’s not your typical “Black Lives Matters” or “anti-police brutality” parody.
The movie stars Tilda Swinton as a white baby who becomes embroiled in a racial battle in Chicago.
“Black lives matter” is the slogan of the movement, while “anti police brutality” is a hashtag of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Swinton, who plays the title character, is the star of the film, which is directed by Joe Dante and stars T.J. Miller, John Ridley, Sarah Shahi, Ayelet Waldman and Jason Bateman.
In addition to Swinton, the film also stars Emily Blunt, James Corden, Amy Poehler, David Hyde Pierce and Tilda Stewart.
The trailer also features the song “Black Baby,” which is a mashup of the song by The Smiths.
“We’ve just been trying to figure out how to make it as a parody, and the song is a perfect fit,” Swinton told MTV News in an interview.
“Black lives mean nothing if it doesn’t mean something to you, so we thought ‘why not make it into a song?'”
The trailer comes as the #BlackLivesMatter movement has become more vocal and prominent, with people calling for a boycott of companies that do business with corporations that have been complicit in police brutality.
Swinton says she hopes the trailer will give people an idea of what to expect in the movie.
“I’m a big fan of ‘White Babies,'” she said.
“It’s really cool.
The movie’s got an amazing cast.
I love ‘White’ Baby.”
Swinton also revealed that she’s going to be doing a series of interviews with black comedians.
“The funny thing is, they’re really good at answering my questions, so I’m actually not going to have to go to the other side of the screen to answer them,” she said, adding that she hopes to interview comedians like “Mamma Mia!
director and SNL star” and “Black Panther” director Michael B. Jordan.”
It’s all about getting the audience engaged,” she added.
“That’s what makes ‘White baby’ so funny.”
Watch the trailer below: