India’s “The Bachelor” has returned to the United States after a hiatus that was widely viewed as a blow to the American market, after the film’s premiere in the U and a television spot that featured stars in a bacheloretts scene.
The “The Big Bachelorettes” television spot released on Thursday morning showed stars, including Ariana Grande, Christina Hendricks and Amber Portwood, and an image of an empty seat on a boat in New York Harbor.
The bachelorets were shown in a beachfront setting, and there were also a few scenes featuring other famous American couples, including Jennifer Aniston and Ben Affleck.
The U.N. cultural agency UNESCO, which has been advocating for the film, said the film would now go to U.C.L.A., which had earlier postponed it.
The United Kingdom and Australia have also postponed screenings.
The film is a follow-up to the popular hit “The Bachelor,” which aired in 2009 and was the highest-rated program in the country’s history.
The U.s. and Canada are home to some of the world’s most popular bachelor parties.
The movie had sold around 10 million tickets in the United Kingdom, with more than 4 million people showing up for the premiere.
The trailer for the new film shows scenes from “The BIG Bachelores” with many of the actors in the bachelors scenes and the characters wearing traditional garb, including a tuxedo and a white gown.
The film was written and directed by Sam Simon.
The new movie follows the rise of a wealthy couple to power and to an elite society that has long been viewed as anachronistic.
A man who has been locked away for decades in a maximum security prison becomes a superstar on the world stage.