Watch: New TV Spot for Michael Bay's Comedy Heist 'Pain & Gain'
The first trailer for Pain & Gain with Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson arrived with style, all thanks to the return of the Michael Bay we haven't seen for years. While the director delivered some big blockbuster fun with the Transformers franchise, this film is taking him back to the superior action roots we all love in The Rock and Bad Boys. It looks like a hell of a lot of fun, and reminds us of why Michael Bay had a career beyond transforming vehicles. Now a new TV spot gives us a slightly different glimpse of the film with some dubstep stepping in for that Sleigh Bells track that really made the first trailer pop. Watch below!
Here's the new TV spot for Michael Bay's Pain & Gain via MichaelBay.com:
Pain & Gain is directed by the one-and-only Michael Bay (Bad Boys I & II, The Rock, Armageddon, The Island, Transformers) from a script co-written by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely (Chronicles of Narnia, Captain America) and Scott Rosenberg (Con Air, High Fidelity, "Life on Mars"). The original idea was based on an Miami New Times article by Pete Collins. Bay filmed Pain & Gain down in Miami, Florida earlier this year. The cast also includes Rebel Wilson, Ed Harris, Anthony Mackie, Rob Corddry, Ken Jeong, Tony Shalhoub and Kurt Angle. Paramount will be releasing Pain & Gain starting April 26th next spring.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
I really cannot wait for this. It looks like a ton of fun!These kind of films are what Bay was born to direct.
DAVIDPD on Jan 20, 2013
Gee-zas Christ... if Dwayne gets any bigger he's going to need a bigger trailer!
Duane on Jan 20, 2013
Thank goodness Bay is back to directing R-rated films. And yes this is going to be rated R since there are two versions of trailers showing in theaters (PG13 and R).
notalent on Jan 21, 2013
Snitch, G.I. Joe, Fast 6 and Pain will have Dwayne busy on the red carpet. No pain looks like he will be the scared boy in the big guy body, while the rest will be his don't"F" with me persona. Snitch I'll redbox, but the rest check out in the theaters. No 3D!
mooreworthy on Jan 21, 2013
It'll be great to see The Rock making fun of his own culture of weight lifting junkies.
Matt Peloquin on Jan 21, 2013
Roid attack! It looks mental in that sense, but I think it's fairly realistic in that those guys can be like that. ;-)))))))
Carpola on Jan 22, 2013
Gym addicts act just like crack addicts when it comes to lifting.
Matt Peloquin on Jan 22, 2013
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