New Trailer for Paul Rudd & Steve Carell's Dinner for Schmucks
Paramount has debuted a second new trailer on Apple for their summer comedy Dinner for Schmucks starring Paul Rudd and Steve Carell. Oh and the cast also contains Lucy Punch, Jemaine Clement, Zach Galifianakis, Ron Livingston and Bruce Greenwood. I wasn't impressed by the first Dinner for Schmucks trailer, but this one is much better, probably just because they flash so much crazy stuff in front of us in a mere 105 seconds. This looks like one of those absurd, outrageous comedies (like The Hangover) that may just steal the show this summer. You just have to see this trailer. Now I'm looking forward to seeing this!
Watch the second trailer for Jay Roach's Dinner for Schmucks:
You can watch the new Dinner for Schmucks trailer in High Definition on Apple
Tim is a rising executive who finds the perfect guest, IRS employee Barry, for his boss's monthly event, a so-called "dinner for idiots," which offers advantages to the exec who shows up with the biggest buffoon.
Dinner for Schmucks is directed by Jay Roach, of all three Austin Powers movies as well as Mystery Alaska, Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers. The script was written by a lot of writers, including Andy Borowitz, Ken Daurio, David Guion, Michael Handelman, Cinco Paul, Francis Veber and Jon Vitti. Too many cooks in the kitchen, possibly? Paramount is bringing Dinner for Schmucks to theaters on July 23rd this summer.
Reader Feedback - 21 Comments
Far better than the first trailer, this looks hilarious. Wonder who'd come out on top in a slow-motion finger-gun fight between Carrell, Galifianakis, Pegg and Frost? Now THAT I'd pay to see. Get it done Edgar.
Daniel on Jun 2, 2010
I am Ron Burgandy? on Jun 2, 2010
pretty much sold, the whole mind-fight scene is the high point. I love seeing Bruce Greenwood in comedy.
Xerxex on Jun 2, 2010
WTF @ 0:59-1:04??? I thought I was having a flashback. Carell is the king of awkward. I'll see this.
Gonnarentit on Jun 2, 2010
Wow, that was just as bad as the first trailer. Didn't laugh once. I was looking forward to this, but the first trailer put me off, and this one has put me off even further. Heck, Grown Ups is starting to look watchable by comparison.
Jay Beezy on Jun 3, 2010
this is MUCH better than the first trailer. i found myself laughing out loud on this one. i'll see it.
beavis on Jun 3, 2010
wacky to the max!! haha. i'm there
chilin on Jun 3, 2010
It's just a remake for the french film " Le diner de cons " which is excellent btw.
Dude on Jun 3, 2010
Agree with #7. This is a remake of a very funny french movie. I hope they don't screw it up too much.
Luis M on Jun 3, 2010
BTW, Francis Veber wrote and directed the original film... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dinner_Game
Luis M on Jun 3, 2010
Re-adaptation of the religious film The Last Supper.
jamdolin on Jun 3, 2010
Hoping for more Galifianakis than the trailer implies.
bozo on Jun 3, 2010
Carell: I don't want to cramp your style. Rudd: It's already cramped. Classic.
Bash on Jun 3, 2010
Was that Russell Brand in there or was it a look a like?
Daniel Felts on Jun 3, 2010
Really? I liked this trailer but i thought the first one was awesome and better. "He's friends with morgan freeman" is gold,lol. I love steve carell
Ricardo on Jun 3, 2010
Can't wait. Steve Carell is all I needed to see.
Ells on Jun 4, 2010
"He's friend with Morgan Freeman!" LOL!!!!!
Paulo on Jun 5, 2010
first teaser was better
pulp fiction212 on Jun 7, 2010
Can't believe the hangover guy is in it, must watch it, btw the movie is a remake from 1998 "Le Diner de Cons"
Voice123 - Trailer Voice Over on Jun 9, 2010
love carell love rudd what could go wrong (but the pain is all to real)
neonblue120 on Jun 19, 2010
Steve Carell Plays the same character in everything he does, he is as bad as Ben Stiller.
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