Second Red Band Trailer for 'Bad Santa 2' Starring Billy Bob Thornton
"You've got one job - just keep your deviant mouth shut!" Broad Green has debuted another new full red band trailer for Bad Santa 2, the sequel to the holiday comedy Bad Santa (from 2003), starring Billy Bob Thornton as an alcoholic Santa Clause impersonator who uses his cover to pull off large scale robberies. The first red band trailer wasn't so bad, and this one also seems to promise a fun time. The cast includes Tony Cox (his sidekick/accomplice from the first movie), Kathy Bates, Christina Hendricks, Ryan Hansen, plus Brett Kelly back as Thurman Merman. It looks like Kathy Bates is now a part of their crew, which should be amusing. This is packed with lewd humor, but at least they're staying true to the character.
Here's the second red band trailer for Mark Waters' sequel Bad Santa 2, direct from YouTube:
Another adventure with Santa impersonator Willie Stokes. Sequel to the 2003 comedy Bad Santa, starring Billy Bob Thornton. Bad Santa 2 is directed by American filmmaker Mark Waters, of Freaky Friday, Mean Girls, Just Like Heaven, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Mr. Popper's Penguins and Vampire Academy previously. The screenplay is credited to Shauna Cross, Doug Ellin, John Phillips and Johnny Rosenthal. In an interview with Metro, Thornton said: "Some of the nasty stuff is even nastier, but this one has more heart — even compared to the heart of the first one, which did have a beating heart. It went to both extremes a little more. We have a couple scenes that you could put in On the Waterfront." Whatever that means, we'll find out soon enough. Bad Santa 2 arrives in theaters starting November 23rd this fall. Who wants more?
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
There's so much wrong in this, and yet, I'll be seeing it. Hey...as long as you're going for raunchy, irreverent, degenerate humor, you might as well go all in.
Movie Bear on Sep 21, 2016
So, this is basically a collection of F-words stated in different situations and intonations. Smaaaaart! Why comedies became that gross and dumb ? Seth Rogen ?
tarek on Sep 21, 2016
Surely, not the most timely sequel in the history of cinema, but looks like it will do the trick.
DAVIDPD on Sep 21, 2016
After so many trailers of this a person slowly gives in and says. ok, I'll watch it eventually, just please stop showing it every few weeks ...
shiboleth on Sep 21, 2016
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