Posted on Monday, August 8th, 2011 by Angie Han
A few days ago, we posted a red-band trailer for David Gordon Green‘s The Sitter, and several of you complained about the very NSFW audio that opens the trailer. I’m not sure why so many of you are watching movie trailers with the volume turned all the way up in your offices and classrooms — do your bosses really not care if you watch trailers all day as long as they’re SFW? If so, lucky you — but rest assured that you can crank this new green-band version up at top volume without risking the wrath of your superiors and colleagues.
Starring Jonah Hill, the “Adventures in Babysitting meets Superbad” comedy follows a lazy young man who gets roped into babysitting for a family friend. Naturally, one thing leads to another, and our feckless hero and his young charges find themselves on a wild ride that includes psychotic drug dealers (Sam Rockwell and J.B. Smoove), a sexy and willing young woman (Ari Graynor), at least one crazy car chase, and some punches in the face. Watch the trailer after the jump.
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We’ve got classic cops fighting notorious gangsters, giant mechs fighting notorious monsters, and a despot and his double fighting…um…the boundaries of comedy? Something along those lines. After the break, check out details of the following three recent casting breaks:
- Giovanni Ribisi joins the impressive cast of Gangster Squad.
- Rinko Kikuchi takes the female lead in Pacific Rim.
- J.B. Smoove is added to The Dictator. Read More »
It’s going to be a good year for J.B. Smoove. The comedian and Curb Your Entusiasm favorite has got a new season of Curb coming up, he’s in the Farrelly Borhters film Hall Pass, and has already shot a role in David Gordon Green’s The Sitter, where he and Sam Rockwell play drug dealers on the trail of Jonah Hill.
Now he’s got a part in Cameron Crowe‘s film We Bought a Zoo, and he’ll also star in a new sitcom being developed by Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum) and Aaron Shure (The Office). Read More »
Peter and Bobby Farrelly have returned with a new comedy, Hall Pass. The title refers to the pass that is given to characters played by Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis by their wives. They get one week of free play (with other women) with no consequences. Watch the trailer after the break. Read More »
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