Demi Moore goes from creator to cannibal in the new trailer for Corporate Animals

Demi Moore is a businesswoman with a whole new appetite in the first trailer for Coroprate Animals.

The 56-year-old actress plays Lucy, the creator of edible plastic cutlery dubbed Incredible Edible Cutlery, who is trying to 'save the world' by ridding it of plastic cutlery.

The trailer (via Screen Media Films YouTube) begins with a promo video for her company's wares, which features her eating an edible spoon, but she isn't a fan of the video, telling her employee Jess (Jessica Williams) that the video, 'is bulls**t.'

Future cannibal: The 56 year old actress plays Lucy, the creator of edible plastic cutlery dubbed Incredible Edible Cutlery, who is trying to 'save the world' by ridding it of plastic cutlery

Future cannibal: The 56 year old actress plays Lucy, the creator of edible plastic cutlery dubbed Incredible Edible Cutlery, who is trying to 'save the world' by ridding it of plastic cutlery

Promo: The trailer (via Screen Media Films YouTube ) begins with a promo video for her company's wares, which features her eating an edible spoon, but she isn't a fan of the video, telling her employee Jess (Jessica Williams) that the video, 'is bulls**t'

Promo: The trailer (via Screen Media Films YouTube ) begins with a promo video for her company's wares, which features her eating an edible spoon, but she isn't a fan of the video, telling her employee Jess (Jessica Williams) that the video, 'is bulls**t'

The trailer then picks up with Lucy and her team meeting with Brandon (Ed Helms) for a team-building excursion.

When Brandon misspeaks and calls the team 'Incredible Eatibles,' Lucy corrects him and says it's 'Incredible Edibles,' but Brandon 'agrees to disagree.'

Brandon asks if they're, 'ready for the ultimate team-building challenge,' one employee, Billy (Dan Bakkedahl) says, 'Nope,' as Lucy tries to convince them.

Team building: The trailer then picks up with Lucy and her team meeting with Brandon (Ed Helms) for a team-building excursion

Team building: The trailer then picks up with Lucy and her team meeting with Brandon (Ed Helms) for a team-building excursion

Disagree: When Brandon misspeaks and calls the team 'Incredible Eatibles,' Lucy corrects him and says it's 'Incredible Edibles,' but Brandon 'agrees to disagree'

Disagree: When Brandon misspeaks and calls the team 'Incredible Eatibles,' Lucy corrects him and says it's 'Incredible Edibles,' but Brandon 'agrees to disagree'

Billy: Brandon asks if they're, 'ready for the ultimate team-building challenge,' one employee, Billy (Dan Bakkedahl) says, 'Nope,' as Lucy tries to convince them

Billy: Brandon asks if they're, 'ready for the ultimate team-building challenge,' one employee, Billy (Dan Bakkedahl) says, 'Nope,' as Lucy tries to convince them

'If we can navigate the deepest cave systems of New Mexico, then we can navigate the challenges of today's business environment,' Lucy says.

When they all get into the cave, the lights come on but as they all marvel at the lit-up cave, it starts to crumble around them, leading the the death of Brandon.

One employee, May (Jennifer Kim) goes over to check the body, stating emphatically that she's 'CPR trained,' but after checking his pulse, stating, 'Yep, he's dead.'

Death: When they all get into the cave, the lights come on but as they all marvel at the lit-up cave, it starts to crumble around them, leading the the death of Brandon

Death: When they all get into the cave, the lights come on but as they all marvel at the lit-up cave, it starts to crumble around them, leading the the death of Brandon

Dead: One employee, May (Jennifer Kim) goes over to check the body, stating emphatically that she's 'CPR trained,' but after checking his pulse, stating, 'Yep, he's dead'

Dead: One employee, May (Jennifer Kim) goes over to check the body, stating emphatically that she's 'CPR trained,' but after checking his pulse, stating, 'Yep, he's dead'

Billy starts freaking out, trying to hit the rocks with whatever blunt object he can find, exclaiming that, 'we're gonna die down here.'

Lucy still keeps trying to spin the experience, stating, 'It's a perfect team-building opportunity,' adding it's like, 'our own private escape room.' 

Billy is not so optimistic, walking around the cave with his shirt off and his boots tied around his neck, stating, 'We are so f***ed.'

Freaking out: Billy starts freaking out, trying to hit the rocks with whatever blunt object he can find, exclaiming that, 'we're gonna die down here'

Freaking out: Billy starts freaking out, trying to hit the rocks with whatever blunt object he can find, exclaiming that, 'we're gonna die down here'

F***ed: Billy is not so optimistic, walking around the cave with his shirt off and his boots tied around his neck, stating, 'We are so f***ed'

F***ed: Billy is not so optimistic, walking around the cave with his shirt off and his boots tied around his neck, stating, 'We are so f***ed'

The trailer also features a nighttime scene with Lucy trying to seduce one of her employees, Freddie (Karan Soni), who she has clearly had a relationship with.

When Freddie suggests that they've, 'taken this whole thing far enough,' she says he's never, 'eaten me out while giving me a rimjob,' with Freddie suggesting that isn't 'physically possible.'

'Well it's certainly not with that attitude,' Lucy retorts.

Seduce: The trailer also features a nighttime scene with Lucy trying to seduce one of her employees, Freddie (Karan Soni), who she has clearly had a relationship with

Seduce: The trailer also features a nighttime scene with Lucy trying to seduce one of her employees, Freddie (Karan Soni), who she has clearly had a relationship with

When Billy says that they've run out of food and water, Billy suggests there is a food source they haven't considered yet... referring to the corpse.

Lucy thinks they need to discuss this as a team, adding the cliche that there is no I in team, but Derek (Isaiah Whitlock Jr.) says, 'If you swap the letters around it spells meat.'

The trailer ends with a number of short scenes, including one where Freddie says that Lucy has been, 'Weinsteining' him, referring to the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal.

Coroporate Animals, directed by Patrick Brice (Creep), hits theaters nationwide September 20.

No Weinstein: The trailer ends with a number of short scenes, including one where Freddie says that Lucy has been, 'Weinsteining' him, referring to the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal

No Weinstein: The trailer ends with a number of short scenes, including one where Freddie says that Lucy has been, 'Weinsteining' him, referring to the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal

Demi Moore goes from creator to cannibal in the new trailer for Corporate Animals

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