The MPAA rated Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa R on account of "strong crude and sexual content throughout, language, some graphic nudity and brief drug use."
A new red band trailer gives a taste of the depravity inflicted upon unsuspecting normal folks in this comedy, which mixes narrative elements and hidden camera footage.
A red band trailer for the Jason Statham-James Franco grudge match Homefront highlights the actioner's use of old-fashioned squibs for splattery, non-CGI bullet impacts.
There comes a point in every relationship where both people ask themselves and each other, "So where exactly is this going?"
Thanks to the red band trailer for next year's comedy That Awkward Moment, that point arrives today.
And that's not all, as audiences can also partake in a livestreaming Q&A with stars Zac Efron, Miles Teller, and Michael B. Jordan, all celebrating today's unveiling of the first real look at the film.
The new red band trailer for Machete Kills finds Danny Trejo mowing through henchmen in a variety of splattery ways, stars chewing scenery with reckless aplomb, and the return of a sexualized firearm last seen in From Dusk Till Dawn.
It's been too long since we've had a major comedy predicated on a happily destructive prank war.
Neighbors is here to end that long drought, pitting Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne against Zac Efron and Dave Franco as the leaders of a frat that moves in next door to the square young couple.
Bad Milo is about a man with a stress-induced colon issue that turns out to be an intestinal demon, a toothy little imp which, when loosed from his ass, goes on something like a killing spree.
Naturally, Bad Milo calls for a red band trailer.
With just a few days until 2 Guns hits theaters nationwide, Universal Pictures has dropped a red band trailer for the action comedy.
This isn't one of those trailers that uses the red band to show off a bunch of big time violence, nudity, or even a plethora of bad language. There is violence, from pistol whippings to explosions aplenty, but none of it is particularly R-rated. Rather, this trailer has a phallic fixation, and some inexplicable naughty language from Mark Wahlberg, delivered while Denzel Washington plays it very, very cool.
The To-Do List, hitting theaters this Friday, is rated R on account of "Pervasive strong crude and sexual content including graphic dialogue, drug and alcohol use – all involving teens."
The new poster and interactive trailer for the sexually curious comedy are not the bacchanalian orgies you might expect, though. Instead, both are shot through with nostalgia and good-natured comedy.
Kick-Ass 2 stormed Hall H today, and just as you'd expect from a panel promoting a Kick-Ass sequel, there was no shortage of willful provocation and enthusiastic action.
Neither quality is staying in San Diego, however, as a new red band trailer for Kick-Ass 2 – a modifying version of the green band Hall H trailer – arrived online mere moments after the panel concluded. The trailer, clocking in at nearly five minutes long, is by far our most substantial look at next month's action-comedy, complete with bad language and grisly, giddy violence.
You're sitting at job, just letting your mind wander as you watch surveillance video of people imprisoned in little hotel rooms, when suddenly the first trailer for the Americanized Oldboy is standing behind you, ready to slam the pointy side of a hammer into your skull.