Monday, February 08, 2016

Zac Efron Body Slam

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The first trailer for Zac Efron's other other (other?) low-brow good-time comedy Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is here - this is the one with Aubrey Plaza (the other one with Aubrey Plaza, I mean) and Anna Kendrick and Adam DeVine; it's the one with the wrestling singlets.

There, that cleared that up.
Here, watch the trailer, if you dare!
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This is out in July. 
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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

You just know that Anna Kendrick is regretting this movie hard.

Anonymous said...

Seems funny to me

howcanulikethat said...

You said not to, but i looked and i am sooo sorry.

It's all Mozart's fault. In collaboration with DaPonti, he created the first gross-out romantic comedy, Cosi Fan Tuti.

It doesn't seem at all unseemly today, but back in the day it pushed the envelope. Beethoven thought it was tasteless.

Cosi has all the hallmarks of the genre. It's misogynist, racist and scatological. The heroes are douche bags.

Anonymous said...

I don't think the movie seems misogyinist at all, generally is a tendency in this kind of movie that girls are the annoying controlling people that try to avoid boys to have fun, girls have their own movies to do that, but they CAN'T do that in a "malecentric comedy" (even good movies like "The Hangover" or "I Love you man" follows this path), at least this point seems fresh

But this is exactly what happens in "Neighbors" (with Rose Byrne getting involved with Seth Rogen to kick out the boys), and seems like "Neighbors 2" is doing the same thing, maybe it's not a coincidence this is from the same writers

Yummy Pizza said...

Adam DeVine's ass is just as good as Efron's bod. I'd do them both.

Anonymous said...

I want to lose a wrestling to him so bad

Anonymous said...

What's the point of wrestling singlets to play bocce balls?

Anonymous said...

Since when would Zac Efron NEED a date?

Anonymous said...

Adam is hotter than Zac before the former obviously doesn't think he's hot shit. As Bette Midler said about her husband - "Looks fade. Humor is forever."