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One More Red Band Trailer for 'Stuber' Movie with Nanjiani & Bautista

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June 8, 2019
Source: YouTube

Stuber Red Band Trailer

"I've been taking this cop around… And we're on like cop missions." 20th Century Fox has debuted another new, red band (aka NSFW) trailer for the action comedy Stuber, which opens early next month in theaters everywhere. Dave Bautista stars as a detective who suddenly recruits his Uber driver into an unexpected night of adventure. Kumail Nanjiani also stars as his driver, with a cast including Iko Uwais, Natalie Morales, Betty Gilpin, Jimmy Tatro, Mira Sorvino, and Karen Gillan. This premiered at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year and it seems like a good time at the movies. There's another Dave Bautista awkward buddy comedy coming up later this year - My Spy - but this one is trying to build some buzz before it lands in theaters. This trailer doesn't have anything too bad in it, just trying to show how crazy it all gets.

Here's the new red band trailer (+ international poster) for Michael Dowse's Stuber, from Fox's YouTube:

Stuber Poster

You can still see the first official US trailer for Dowse's Stuber here, or the other international trailer here.

When a mild-mannered Uber driver named Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) picks up a passenger (Dave Bautista) who turns out to be a cop hot on the trail of a brutal killer, he's thrust into a harrowing ordeal where he desperately tries to hold onto his wits, his life and his five-star rating. Stuber is directed by Canadian filmmaker Michael Dowse, director of the films Fubar, It's All Gone Pete Tong, Fubar: Balls to the Wall, Take Me Home Tonight, Goon, and What If previously, plus episodes of "Man Seeking Woman" and "Future Man". The screenplay is by Tripper Clancy (Four Against the Bank). Produced by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. This first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year. 20th Century Fox will release Dowse's Stuber in theaters everywhere starting on July 12th coming up this summer. Lookin' good?

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14 Comments

1

Cultural diversity at its best, right?

shiboleth on Jun 8, 2019

2

Is there a point you're making here?

Jon Odishaw on Jun 8, 2019

3

LOL. does he EVER have a point?

dan on Jun 8, 2019

4

All over the place. In a nutshell ...

shiboleth on Jun 8, 2019

5

Oh come on, it's fun. Just like this idea for film, isn't it?

shiboleth on Jun 8, 2019

6

I think you've made a pretty good assessment and observation here, shiboleth. I also think it flew over the low brow heads of Jon and dan so I wouldn't pay much attention to their rude attempts at denigrating you. It's low brow stuff...best to ignore. Cheers, man!

thespiritbo on Jun 8, 2019

7

It's tragic, in fact. What I see in this trailer are so many different cultures and so much violence among them. But, never mind, let's laugh at it. So, this can't get any better? No, it can't, says film industry. Anyway, thank you for your advice and understanding, Bo. I'll try to be polite to those two. If it doesn't work, then I'll just listen to you and give it up. Peace ...

shiboleth on Jun 8, 2019

8

...lol...good luck to you then...lol...

thespiritbo on Jun 10, 2019

9

You guys know that everyone thinks you guys are painfully pretentious right?

Jon Odishaw on Jun 9, 2019

10

Oh come on, all the women I know think just the opposite. Honestly, you're overreacting about all this. People have their different views about everything which can be absolutely applied to films too. I know you know that and that you're making unnecessary fuss about this. But mostly, you don't like what I said about this trailer and about this film. And ok, that's legitimate. But please, try to talk about it, give mi something to argue about. Please?

shiboleth on Jun 9, 2019

11

You're trying to reach Jon, shiboleth. I fear he's too immature for that, but good luck. Good for you for trying. He keeps bumping heads with me as he has a difficult time accepting that people have different views than him and takes it personally and gets insecure when some of us don't like what he likes. To make matters even worse, he has horrible taste in films...lol...sorry...I know he won't like that, but it is the truth...lol...later gator.

thespiritbo on Jun 9, 2019

12

...lol...'everyone', Jon? What're you out taking a poll of 'everyone'?...are you emailing 'everyone' to try to be on 'your side' of things?...can you see how painfully immature and silly that is? It's impossible to know what 'everyone' thinks, Jon. You know that. Stop it, man. Grow up and get a grip that there are those of us who see things differently than you do. It's interesting that you have a hard time handling that. I feel sorry for you, bubba, but you have no effect on me and my views and opinions. You would think you would have realized that be now over the many times you attempt to bump heads with me.

thespiritbo on Jun 9, 2019

13

i think this looks funny - it's like a different spin on the movie "collateral" - i'll definitely see this.

dan on Jun 8, 2019

14

Any Filmmaker knows that Comedies are the hardest to make well. It requires a perfect balance of chemistry between everyone. Its clear they achieved that here, this will be a fun film regardless of how many Americans fight over it.

Electronic Eric on Jun 10, 2019

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