First Trailer for David Wain's Comedy Role Models
The first trailer for Role Models has arrived courtesy of MTV. The film stars Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott as two energy drink reps who are forced to enroll in a Big Brother program in order to stay out of jail. Although comedies with kids usually don't turn out great, Role Models actually looks pretty good, and I think that's due to the addition of Superbad's McLovin (aka Christopher Mintz-Plasse) as one of the kids. You'll see what I mean when you watch it. I'm admittedly nervous that this will turn out terrible, but for the sake of Rudd and Scott's career, I hope it's fantastic. If anyone is concerned of Seann William Scott, he's really cleaned himself up (acting wise) and did a great job in The Promotion, another hilarious comedy, so I wouldn't be so quick to shrug him off. Let us know what you think of the trailer below.
Watch the trailer for Role Models:
You can also watch the Role Models trailer in High Definition on MTV
Role Models is both co-written and directed by actor and filmmaker David Wain, of Wet Hot American Summer, The Ten, and "Wainy Days" previously. The script was co-written by Wain, Timothy Dowling (George Lucas in Love), Ken Marino (Diggers, The Ten) and actor Paul Rudd. Universal is releasing Role Models in theaters on November 14th this year. Hope to see you there!