'Murder Mystery' Trailer: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston Team Up for High Seas Hijinks

Luke Evans, Gemma Arterton, Luis Gerardo Mendez and Terence Stamp star alongside Aniston and Sandler in the Netflix action-comedy from the screenwriter of 'The Amazing Spider-Man.'

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston play a couple caught in a murderous plot while vacationing on a cruiseliner in the first trailer for Netflix's Murder Mystery.

Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" serves as the soundtrack to the nearly three-minute preview of the high-seas action-comedy, which also stars Luke Evans, Gemma Arterton, Luis Gerardo Mendez and Terence Stamp.

Released Friday, the preview shows Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) and his wife, Audrey (Jennifer Aniston), jetting to their long-awaited European trip. While in the air, Audrey finds herself flirting with an attractive fellow passenger, Charles (Luke Evans), who extends an invitation for the couple to join him on a billionaire's yacht. 

Between bickering, the couple are enjoying their time in the lap of luxury until the yacht's billionaire owner suddenly shows up dead, and the two find themselves the prime murder suspects in the mysterious killing.

The bumbling duo's summer vacation turns into a fight for their lives as the trailer shows Nick and Audrey fending off not only the suspicions of their very rich fellow yacht passengers, but also someone who's attempting to frame and murder them. 

The couple navigate their sea, and eventually land, escapades with little grace as they try to keep their cool dodging a mustachioed police detective, flying bullets, falling bookcases, men in masks and news reports identifying them as wanted criminals.

In order to save their own skin, the Spitzes gear up to fight back. In the trailer's final moments, the two can be seen upgrading their summer fun fashion looks to full-on sleek Bond-esque dress attire before they both hop into a Ferrari and make a great, hiccup-fueled escape. 

"Do you have any idea how gorgeous you look," Nick says, right as Audrey drives the Ferrari through the back end of the car in front of her, sending the car flying into a monument.  

"I love you; that was sweet," she says, clutching the wheel. 

Directed by Kyle Newacheck (Workaholics, Happy Endings) and written by James Vanderbilt (Independence Day: Resurgence, The Amazing Spider-Man), the film hits Netflix on June 14.