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“Women Are Funny Too”: Red-Band Trailer for Crazy ‘Bachelorette’

Posted at August 6, 2012 by 0 Comment

[UPDATE] Check out a new clip from Bachelorette, which seems to becoming a nice little hit in iTunes.

[Original] The first green-band trailer for Bachelorette had me extremely worried that we’re getting a tame Bridesmaids rip-off, but now that the new Rated R red-band trailer has arrived, we’re in for some dark and funny times. Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fisher and Kirsten Dunst may just bring the film into that higher echelon of “women are just as fucked up and funny as men” category, even though it seems ridiculous we even need to state such an obvious thing. See the trailer after the jump.

Now here’s the Green-band trailer. Which do you prefer?

Here’s quick synopsis:

On the night before an old friend’s wedding, three frisky bridesmaids go searching for a little fun but find much more than they bargained for. With lovely Becky (Rebel Wilson) set to marry her handsome sweetheart, Dale (Hayes MacArthur), the remaining members of her high school clique reunite for one last bachelorette bacchanal in the Big Apple. Regan (Kirsten Dunst) is an overachieving, ueber-Maid of Honor who’s secretly smarting over the fact that she’s not the first to marry, while Gena (Lizzy Caplan) is a whip-smart sarcastic who’s actually a closet romantic, and Katie (Isla Fisher) is a ditzy beauty who loves the good life. But when Becky insists on keeping the bachelorette party tame, the women proceed with an after-hours celebration of their own.

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The film stars Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fisher, Kirsten Dunst, Revel Wilson, James Marsden and Adam Scott. Bachelorette is directed and written by Leslye Headland and will be available on VOD August 10 and in limited theatrical released September 6, 2012.

Source: Movie News

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Mario has produced and written several screenplays and recently directed and edited a Black & White Short filmed on 16mm. His newfound love for postmodernism and the rise of existential cinema has been a great influence on his writings.