Jason Reitman's 'Young Adult' Gets a Very Vulgar New Red Band Spot
Well, the quote I'd like to use, I can't really use. There's only so many words spoke in this is new "red band spot" via TrailerAddict for Jason Reitman's Young Adult. It's essentially 30 seconds of one of the climatic scenes in the later half of the film that shows just how much of a bitch Charlize Theron is—in the film, of course. This was written by Diablo Cody so it's not surprising to find dialogue like this being just thrown around. Fun stuff! My favorite scenes from the film involve Patton Oswalt, but he's nowhere to be seen in this. If you need to see a full-length trailer, there's a couple to choose from here. Meet angry Mavis below.
Watch the new red band spot for Jason Reitman's Young Adult, embedded via TrailerAddict:
Academy Award winner Charlize Theron plays Mavis Gary, a writer of YA teen literature who returns to her small hometown to relive her glory days and attempt to reclaim her happily married high school sweetheart (Patrick Wilson). When returning home proves more difficult than she thought, Mavis forms a bond with a former classmate (Patton Oswalt) who hasn't quite gotten over high school, either. Written by Oscar winner Diablo Cody, directed by Oscar nominee Jason Reitman. Watch the first official trailer here. Paramount is bringing Young Adult to theaters starting on December 9th limited, wide the 16th, this fall. Thoughts?
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JL on Nov 28, 2011
That's real life. Most people stand there stunned when someone talks to them like that. I dated a girl like that for 11 months. She was hot, full of herself, and angry. She was one of those girls who always wanted me to drive her car, but would yell every time I drove it, "Don't wreck my car!" I wanted to chain her onto the hood and drive it head on into a tree, but I couldn't. The You-Know-What was that good. It came as often as Halley's Comet, but was worth the wait. I swear she held out until I was about to burn the city to the ground and then would give it up just in the nick of time. She's married to a man who cleans old people's feces in a rest home. Stunning choice on her part...Wait...Oh yeah...The movie. Looks good. 😉 I've switched from rum to Cognac. Isn't helping my cause any. Sigh.
Quanah on Nov 28, 2011
I almost married a girl like that. Drinking definitely helps. Cheers!
real talk on Nov 30, 2011
You sound like a punk with a small wenis. She must've been getting it from somewhere else. From a man who would put her in her place.
RealMan on Dec 17, 2011
Diablo is a hack.
001211 on Nov 29, 2011
Climactic? Really? This was just sad. Talented cast & director, wasted on the words of Diablo Cody. Juno was a great film, and has a great story, but the dialogue made me want to be the living #*=% out of the nearest teenager.
Anonymous on Nov 29, 2011
"Talented cast & director, wasted on the words of Diablo Cody." My thoughts EXACTLY! The director of Thank You For Smoking and Up in the Air doesn't deserve this crap. Makes me so mad he chose this as his next film.
Rodion32 on Nov 29, 2011
I can see what they're going for. It sounds like an "evil" version of what Wes Anderson would have done. I'm really excited for this.
Davide Coppola on Nov 29, 2011
Why wouldn't you be able to quote that on a movie website? Is it really that bad? I thought it was going to be something crazily nasty when you wrote "very vulgar" in the headline.
Viktor Jerner on Nov 29, 2011
Reallyyyy?? >THIS was vulgar to you???????
kure on Nov 29, 2011
I didn't think anything could make me want to see this movie less. I was wrong.
Brian Ricci Movie Review on Nov 29, 2011
I know that girl, she works in a chip-shop now and hates her life, used to be a hair dresser but couldn't be bothered with that.
Crapola on Nov 29, 2011
Wait thats a preview...? Wow.
Kyle A. Kiekintveld on Nov 30, 2011
LOL, fucking sweet, I almost shit my self, FFFFUUUUCCCCKKKK I AM THE SHIT, FUCK ALL OF YOU FAGS AND ASS HOLES, I AM FUCKING GREAT. Now that was vulgar. ok 😉
JRod on Nov 30, 2011
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