Watch: Hilarious New Red Band Trailer for 'Five-Year Engagement'

April 20, 2012
Source: Funny or Die

The Five-Year Engagement

There's just one week left until the release of the romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt, and while we've only seen one trailer for the R-rated comedy from director Nicholas Stoller, that's pretty much been enough to convince me to see the flick. But for those who still aren't sure what to expect, a new red band trailer has just surfaced to show us that we could be looking at another romantic comedy that is just as good as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, especially with a great comedic supporting cast including Alison Brie, Chris Pratt, Kevin Hart, Mindy Kaling and Chris Parnell.

Here's the red band trailer for Nicholas Stoller's Five-Year Engagement from Funny or Die:

Beginning where most romantic comedies end, The Five-Year Engagement charts the ups and downs of an engaged couple (Jason Segel & Emily Blunt) who keep getting tripped up on the long walk down the aisle.

The Five-Year Engagement is directed by filmmaker/writer Nicholas Stoller, director of Get Him to the Greek and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, writer of Gulliver's Travels and The Muppets. The screenplay was co-written by Jason Segel & Stoller, just like Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Produced by Apatow Productions and Judd Apatow, Universal releases The Five-Year Engagement on April 27th, 2012 next spring. Good?

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looks pretty good....for a romcom. and you're right ethan - FSM was a very good movie.

beevis on Apr 20, 2012


Did you see the gag reel? Jonah Hill vs. A Wine Glass...fantastic.

Xerxexx on Apr 20, 2012


no - but i'll try and catch it on YT or google it.

beevis on Apr 20, 2012


 Here: Skip to 3:37.

Xerxexx on Apr 20, 2012


thanks for the link - you know what? mila kunis swearing is DAMN sexy! usually that isn't my sort of thing - but i'm liking me some MK naughty talk.

beevis on Apr 21, 2012


 She does it well.

Xerxexx on Apr 21, 2012


The ending...Black "Bunny day" needs to be an official day. I like it, Blunt looks very comfortable in comedy...and she's extremely pretty. Anderton, did you see that they changed the line during the crossbow scene from "I'm Pocahntas" to "I'm Katniss"? 

Xerxexx on Apr 20, 2012


get a life

JKlom on Apr 21, 2012


Can we have a life together? You and me? Just the two of and I?

Xerxexx on Apr 21, 2012


you mean there ISN'T a bunny day?.......that means i've been dressing up for nothing.

beevis on Apr 21, 2012

11 too!? Bunny brothers 4 life!

Xerxexx on Apr 21, 2012


Looks funtimes in the beerzone with Midget J Fox and Tom the gaybar Cruiser. I'll be peeping thus.

Crapola on Apr 20, 2012


crapola ive been reading your comments since i started coming to this site about 2-3 years ago. and i just wanted to say honestly i only understand like 1/3 of the things you write. and for some odd reason i believe you are a 50-60yo man... my god...i see you as Creed from the office

DoomCanoe on Apr 20, 2012


 I like his comments...they amuse me.

Xerxexx on Apr 20, 2012


I could only smirk @ the "Are you fucking braindead?" scene... Oh well.

Agent Kid Society on Apr 20, 2012


Not a single laugh was laughed... No thanks. 

HyperJ on Apr 20, 2012


Yeah, I'm sorry to say I didn't get a laugh out of this either. Too bad.

grimjob on Apr 20, 2012


hiliarious?? uhmm..  If hilarious means = dull and boring. Then this trailer is hilarious.

Like2laugh on Apr 20, 2012


Annie from Community + Andy from Parks & Recreation + Emily Blunt = Sold 

Firemansam105 on Apr 21, 2012


That looks awful 

Geoffrey Shauger on Apr 21, 2012


Not funny. GJ selling out on this one Jason

Rihannaisacunt on Apr 23, 2012


I participated in a screening for the film and enjoyed it.  There were some slow parts though and overall made the film feel long (can't complain since it is suppose to cover 5 years).  What I liked was how they set up scenarios that connects with the audience since it goes through the phases of relationships.  This helps you connect with the characters.  The supporting roles are a nice addition and flow well within the story of the main leads.  Has many funny parts and not too much over the top type of jokes. I always think Jason Segel is sarcastic with the way he delivers his lines.  Makes it difficult to take him seriously during the dramatic scenes.  I don't think you'll regret watching this as a Spring comedy film.  

Marc Callado on Apr 24, 2012

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