Watch This: Third Official Trailer for Todd Phillips' Due Date!

September 16, 2010
Source: Apple

Due Date Trailer

Warner Bros has debuted a brand new trailer on Apple for Todd Phillips's Due Date with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis, the third one following the initial teaser trailer and a recut international trailer last month. This definitely the final trailer for the upcoming comedy, as it comes out in November, and this trailer finally shows us a glimpse of Downey's pregnant wife, played by Michelle Monaghan, as well as an appearance by Danny McBride. I know this is being called a modern Planes, Trains & Automobiles, but it looks so frickin' fun, even I'm very anxious to see it and it takes a helluva lot to get me excited for a comedy.

Watch the third official trailer for Todd Phillips's Due Date:

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You can also watch this new Due Date official trailer in High Definition on Apple

High-strung father-to-be Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr.) is forced to hitch a ride with aspiring actor Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) on a long road trip in order to make it to his new child's birth on time.

Due Date is directed by Oscar nominated (only for writing) veteran comedy director Todd Phillips, of Road Trip, Old School, Starsky & Hutch, School for Scoundrels and The Hangover previously. The screenplay was written by Alan R. Cohen & Alan Freedland ("King of the Hill") and Adam Sztykiel (Made of Honor) & Todd Phillips. Warner Bros is bringing Due Date to theaters everywhere on November 5th this fall. Look funny?

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Looking better with every trailer.

Mark on Sep 16, 2010

2 trailer yet! you better check yourself before you wreck yourself!

lego on Sep 16, 2010



Xerxex on Sep 17, 2010


hahahaha O man, and its Phillips and its rated R....this is gonna be great.

Cody w on Sep 17, 2010


I was sold on this movie from the first trailer, but it keeps looking better with each one.

Ragweed on Sep 17, 2010


"dad, you were like a father to me."

Ricardo on Sep 17, 2010


you had me at 3rd trailer...

chilin on Sep 17, 2010


Spitting on the dog was classic.

Dirty Dutchman on Sep 17, 2010


I agree with #1 , it looks much funnier and reveals more too...

I am... on Sep 17, 2010


Reminds me alot of the classic Planes,Trains and Automobiles just changed up enough to make a different movie.

lefthook on Sep 17, 2010


This movie looks AWESOME!

CLAW on Sep 17, 2010


Smiled all the way thru the trailer. @ lefthook. That's what the 1 paragraph article said. "I know this is being called a modern Planes, Trains & Automobiles" 🙂

McWilly on Sep 17, 2010


Ha he he h he h eh h hh eh hehheh h he hhhhaha. Pretty hilariooous, will be watching that for sures.

Crapola on Sep 17, 2010


Loving the use of Ice Cube (Check Yo Self) in the trailer.

Bash on Sep 17, 2010


Aw man we cremated my father and that scene was fucking hilarious! There should be a warning like: WARNING! Cremation will lead to intense moments of laughter and crude jokes. That and when he spits on the dog, man that's classic!

Xerxex on Sep 17, 2010


I'm not a fan of those two, but this looks hilarious!

Lincoln on Sep 18, 2010


idk why i dont like this movie i love downey jr and galifanakis this just looks like plains, trains, and automobiles but with no life

Gmorra on Sep 18, 2010


This movie is gonna kill me

Rory on Sep 19, 2010


I lost it when Downey spat on the dog. This trailer convinced to purchase a ticket for this movie.

SkaOreo on Sep 20, 2010


every time i see galifanakis i start comparing the movie he's in to the hangover and while this was funny i remember laughing so hard to that trailer and the movie being so funny that i can't see anything (of his) being as good... but here's to hoping

neonblue120 on Oct 9, 2010

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