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Say hi to this new clip from DATE NIGHT, featuring Mark Wahlberg

GATW Guest Writer

by: GATW Guest Writer
February 25th, 2010

Tina Fey and Steve Carell are in trouble. Well, actually it's the characters they play in the new comedy DATE NIGHT (due out April 9) that are in need of some assistance. Cue Mark Wahlberg's playboy character who, in this new scene from the film, gladly lends a hand to Fey and Carell, who play a married couple caught up in a case of mistaken identity after planning a romantic night out on the town.

When first seeing the posters for DATE NIGHT, I pictured Fey and Carell embarking on a first date that spirals out of control instead of a married couple trying to re-kindle the spark in their relationship. As a result, we'll probably have to sit through a few melodramatic moments between the two, but this should still be a fun ride nevertheless. Movies like BLIND DATE, ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING, and even the classic AFTER HOURS come to mind when thinking of DATE NIGHT for me. They all have the same theme in common where one extraordinary night can be truly eye-opening and even life-changing.

With a script from SHREK FOREVER AFTER scribe Josh Klausner to go off of there's cause for concern, but the comedic pairing of Carell and Fey, along with an all-star supporting cast featuring the aforementioned Wahlberg, Mark Ruffalo, the hilarious James Franco, and SNL's Kristin Wiig, there's still a good chance you won't mind picking up the check after the credits roll.

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