New Red Band Trailer for 'This is 40' is Funny But Not Super Vulgar

December 10, 2012
Source: Funny or Die

This is 40

"Maybe her underwear has a picture of a vagina on it." If those previous trailers and featurette weren't enough to convince you to see the latest film from Judd Apatow, a new red band trailer for This is 40, the spin-off or "pseudo sequel" to Knocked Up, has arrived and it's hilarious. However, early word from advance screenings has said a lot of the stuff in some TV spots and trailers isn't even in the final film. Aside from the sexual innuendo, I'm not really sure why this is a red band trailer, but that's the MPAA for you. Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann look right at home, and Jason Segel and Chris O'Dowd get a couple good lines also.

Here's the new red band trailer for Judd Apatow's This is 40 originally from Funny or Die:

This Is 40 is by writer-director Judd Apatow (40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Funny People) and is sort of an unofficial sequel to Knocked Up, following the characters Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) from the 2007 comedy as they deal with aging and the trials and tribulations of having a family in this day and age. Jason Segel also reprises his role from Knocked Up while new cast members include Megan Fox, Albert Brooks, John Lithgow, Chris O'Dowd, Melissa McCarthy, Lena Dunham and Apatow's kids Maude and Iris. Universal is bringing This Is 40 to theaters December 21st just in time for Christmas. Funny?

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I fucking hate your family, Judd.

Nielsen700 on Dec 10, 2012


Wow, be a dick why don't you.

Lance Cummins on Dec 10, 2012


It was meant as a humorous exaggeration.

Nielsen700 on Dec 11, 2012


Can't wait

Richie G on Dec 10, 2012


looks like the strokes are gonna get a nice fat check

asdf on Dec 10, 2012


Not watching anything with Leslie Mann in it.

castingcouch on Dec 10, 2012


You are the one missing out. She is a hot lady.

Lance Cummins on Dec 10, 2012


Seen a screener of This is 40 and the article's right, a lot of what's in commercials isn't in the final cut. However, once you get past the kids' horrible acting (and it is awful) then it's a pretty damn good movie. Way better than Funny People.

The Crisis on Dec 10, 2012


"funny people" had adam sandler in it - right there that tells you it's a failure.

beevis on Dec 11, 2012


cool another movie about rich white people in brentwood

Almers on Dec 17, 2012

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