First Trailer for Raunchy '21 & Over' Comedy from 'Hangover' Writers

November 12, 2012
Source: Machinima

21 & Over

After delivering the summer comedy hit The Hangover, writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore moved on to recycled comedy with The Change-Up (they didn't script the also recycled antics of The Hangover Part II). Now the duo are making their directorial debut with 21 & Over, a raunchy teenage comedy that looks like The Hangover meets Project X in this first trailer. Justin Chon leads the film as a straight-laced college student who gets more than he bargained for when his two best friends (Skylar Astin of Pitch Perfect and Miles Teller of Footloose) take him out for his 21st birthday. Things definitely get out of hand. Watch below!

Here's the first trailer for Jon Lucas and Scott Moore's 21 & Over from Machinima:

A college student Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) has always done what’s expected of him. But when his two best friends Casey (Skylar Astin) and Miller (Miles Teller) surprise him with a visit for his 21st birthday, he decides to do the unexpected for a change, even though his critical medical school interview is early the next morning. What was supposed to be one beer becomes one night of chaos, over indulgence and utter debauchery. Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (writers of The Hangover, The Change-Up and Four Christmases) wrote and directed this comedy which hits theaters next spring on March 1st, 2013. Good laughs here?

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I notice that Jeff's best friends always refer to him as Jeff Chang not Jeff because friends always refer to friends by first and last name.

moosenlawyer on Nov 12, 2012


"what - i should know him because i'm asian? we all don't know each other, you racist mother-f#cker......oh, wait - i do know this guy"...........hilarious!

beevis on Nov 12, 2012


The fact that they refer to him as Jeff Chang cracks me up. I'm in.

Rain Spider on Nov 12, 2012


If Americans started drinking beer at 5 years old like in Scotland, they'd be able to handle their booze properly and they wouldn't have to make these movies. I do love a good booze movie though. So I will be watching this.

Carpola on Nov 12, 2012


would that apply to guns as well?

beevis on Nov 12, 2012


We don't really have guns here in the same way as America, it's much harder to buy them. It's really easy to get booze though. Once on the way to work some 10 year kids asked me to buy a half bottle of vodka, I refused saying it was slightly inappropriate and the kid said 'It's not for me me mister, it's for ma mum'. It was 8am. His mum was living the dream. What age can you get a gun in the US Beevis? Do you own a gun Beevis? I'd be interested to see what your weapon of choice would be. Mine would have to be an UZI, mainly for sentimental reasons, it was the coolest gun of the films of the 80's. I hear it's actually not that good though and jams a lot. I do find it weird that people can get married at 16, but not consume alcohol legally, drinking at a wedding is compulsory here. Though the legal age for beers is 18.

Carpola on Nov 12, 2012


you know, i'm not sure how old you have to be to legally buy a gun in the states. i was hunting at age 10 but my father got the gun. anyway - buying a gun here in the states is easy....maybe not legal...but very easy. and that's not a good thing. hey, i liked the story about buying the vodka. once, 2 high school guys asked me to buy a 12 pack of beer (back when it cost around 7 dollars) i refused for the same reason - but he pulled out a 20 and said "keep the change", i bought the beer. i guess i sold my soul a little on that one.

beevis on Nov 12, 2012


Teenagers drinking is fine I think, without em boozing they couldn't make insane drink fantasies like the Hangover and 21 & Over. I've been one of those kids wanting to get drunk too, they were fun times, he he. Not as much fun as when my 15 year old mate Techno Dave too took tow Super Mario acid and ran amok in a hotel bar before being subdued by a bouncer. Acid was way easier to buy than beer, he hge. The police let him off because they thought it was quite funny.

Carpola on Nov 12, 2012


you're right about the acid - it seemed like it was everywhere when i was a kid back in late 70s - early 80s

beevis on Nov 12, 2012



Carpola on Nov 12, 2012


Looks like a combination of Superbad and the Hangover, I'll wait till the next trailer to determine if I want to see this movie or not.

clayton on Nov 12, 2012


I LOL'ed! The return of raunchy teen comedies? Edit: Oh... "Welcome to the Dharma initiative" 😉

Mithun Divakaran on Nov 12, 2012


Yeah I was thinking that too!

Carpola on Nov 12, 2012


dammit! yet another Asian to get the piss taken out of him. i guess its funny in a way, but i dont really like being called Chow as it is, and now im going to called Jeff Chang as well. awesome. fu*kers.

KiwiAsian on Nov 12, 2012


Gee this looks so original...

Jim Dawkins on Nov 12, 2012

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