WATCH: Netflix’s ‘America: The Motion Picture’ Tells The Absurd, R-Rated Real Story Of The USA

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If you feel like you’ve seen it all, Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming animated movie America: The Motion Picture that tells the absolutely real, historically accurate origin story of the USA.

The R-rated film stars Channing Tatum as the foul-mouthed, chainsaw-wielding George Washington and his band of heroes in this riff on the American Revolution, from the minds of the people who made Archer, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, The Expandables and Magic Mike.

Here’s the official synopsis:

“For, like, thousands of years, the origins of the United States of America have remained shrouded in mystery, lost to the sands of time. Who built this ‘country tis of thee,’ and why? Only the dinosaurs know… until now. For the first time in human history, the incredible, completely true story of America’s origins are revealed in AMERICA: THE MOTION PICTURE.”

Art for Netflix’s America: The Motion Picture. source: Netflix

Aside from Tatum, the film also stars other American sweethearts including Olivia Munn, Jason Mantzoukas, Judy Greer, Bobby Moynihan, Raoul Max Trujillo, Killer Mike, Andy Samberg, Will Forte and Simon Pegg (okay, the last one’s British).

The synopsis goes on to say that this is “a once-in-a-lifetime cultural event available the only way the Founding Fathers ever intended their story be told: On Netflix, on your phone, June 30th.” So get ready and expect nothing but chaos.