Parties & Nothin' More in Red Band 'Take Me Home Tonight' Trailer
Relativity has debuted a new red band trailer over on IGN for Take Me Home Tonight, the 80's comedy formerly known as Kids in America starring Topher Grace, the very lovely Teresa Palmer, Anna Faris and Dan Fogler, as well as Chris Pratt, Michelle Trachtenberg, Lucy Punch and Demetri Martin. I thought this took place mostly at a video store, but it looks like (and the synopsis also confirms) that it's set mostly at one out-of-control party. And with that, you know what this trailer contains: boobs, booze, bad mouthing and um, well, more of that. I don't think this needs any more of intro, just don't watch while you're at work!
Watch the red band trailer for Michael Dowse's Take Me Home Tonight:
Follows an aimless college grad (Grace) pursuing his dream girl at a wild Labor Day weekend party. He, his twin sister and their best friend struggle with their burgeoning adulthood over the course of the night.
Take Me Home Tonight is directed by Canadian filmmaker Michael Dowse, of indie comedy classics Fubar I & II and It's All Gone Pete Tong, as well as a few episodes of "The Foundation." The screenplay was written by Jackie Filgo & Jeff Filgo ("That 70s Show", Diary of a Wimpy Kid) from a story written by Topher Grace & Gordon Kaywin. Relativity Media is bringing Take Me Home Tonight to theaters starting on March 4th!