Netflix dropped the trailer of a high-school dark comedy movie, titled "Do Revenge" starring Camila Mendes as Drea Torres and Maya Hawke as Eleanor.

The trailer, which is over two minutes long starts with Drea sharing how perfect her life is. "I spent 17 years meticulously curating the perfect life," she says in the background as other characters are introduced on-screen. "I had the perfect friends, the perfect boyfriend."

Actor Austin Abrams plays Drea's boyfriend named Max in the movie.

The next scene shows Max leaking a video and Mendes says, "Max ruined my life! He'll never get away with this." At this point, Eleanor gets introduced in the trailer as she offers Drea a ride in her car.

"She started a nasty rumor about me," Eleanor shares her own story about a bully. "She told everyone that I tried to hold her down and kiss her. Turned me into this predator. She destroyed me. I wish we could hire people to take them down."

Drea and Eleanor can be seen teaming up to help each other take revenge on the people who hurt them. When Drea asks if Eleanor wants the girl who falsely accused her to pay, Eleanor replies, "I don't want to make her pay. I want to burn her to the ground."

A glimpse of how they try to help each other is shown further in the trailer.

Online users shared their support for the movie in the comments section.

"This trailer looks great good to see Camille in another Netflix film," one of the fans wrote while another one added, "Wait... this actually looks genuinely FAB! These two have so much chemistry, its giving Heathers meets The Politician."

While the trailer does look promising and follows a popular high-school-themed storyline, some users also noted that "Do Revenge" could be a hit-or-miss movie by Netflix.

The flick is slated to release on the streaming platform on Sept. 16. It is helmed by director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson and the movie will also star Sophie Turner, Rish Shah, Talia Ryder, Jonathan Daviss, Maia Reficco, Paris Berelc and Alisha Boe.

Camila Mendes
Camila Mendes attends the People’s Choice Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, on Nov. 11, 2018. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images