Another Full Trailer for Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Brothers Grimsby'
"No one will ever find you here." Sony has released yet another fun, full-length trailer for the action comedy The Brothers Grimsby directed by Louis Leterrier, starring Sacha Baron Cohen and Mark Strong as brothers. Strong plays a super spy who has to team up with his "football hooligan" brother Norman. The full cast includes Penélope Cruz, Isla Fisher, Rebel Wilson, and Scott Adkins. This is looking better and better the more they show, which is great because the first few trailers didn't really show enough that was funny. There's also more of the plot revealed in that Norman has to take his super spy brother into hiding.
Here's the fourth official trailer for Louis Leterrier's The Brothers Grimsby, found right on YouTube:
A new assignment forces a top spy (Mark Strong) to team up with his football hooligan brother (Sacha Baron Cohen) and go on the run. The Brothers Grimsby, originally titled simply just Grimsby, is directed by French filmmaker Louis Leterrier (of The Transporter, The Incredible Hulk, Clash of the Titans, Now You See Me previously). The screenplay is by Sacha Baron Cohen & Phil Johnston, from an original draft by Peter Baynham. Also featuring in the ensemble cast: Annabelle Wallis, Isla Fisher, Penélope Cruz, Rebel Wilson, Ian McShane, Scott Adkins, Rory Keenan, Gabourey Sidibe and Tamsin Egerton. Sony Pictures will release Leterrier's The Brothers Grimsby comedy globally starting on March 4th, 2016 next year. You in?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
Why Louis?! Why!??
DAVIDPD on Dec 22, 2015
Like you're really surprised.... Leterrier's films aren't ever anything to write home about: Transporter, Clash of the Titans, Unleashed - all crap. Now with Incredible Hulk that was better than most efforts of his, and with Now You See Me that had a terrible ending. Here comes another waste of taking up a silver screen with a hollow action comedy. So, I am not surprised at all that this looks awful as f**k.
Joker's hideout on Dec 23, 2015
All good points.
DAVIDPD on Dec 23, 2015
Wrong thing with parody is the fact that it is not really funny. It's parody of itself, empty shell, nothing else. I see only chasing money in this ...
shiboleth on Dec 22, 2015
I'll wait for the Netflix release.
Matthew on Dec 22, 2015
If this is R rated then we are just seeing the PG jokes in the trailer. Surely this will be filled with the usual "Borat" dirty humor. Why all the hate? The Dictator was bad I guess but this looks like a way funnier premise to work with. Certainly looks funnier than American Ultra.
bumboclot on Dec 24, 2015
I'd say, this looks like Napoleon Dynamite with James Bond.
Driver Decade on Apr 5, 2016
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