Second trailer for DUE DATE
Hollywood, I am going to make it very easy for you. If you want to charm me, throw together a film that involves French bulldogs, Zach Galifianakis, Robert Downey Jr., and some sort of plot that even skims the surface of funny. What? You’ve done that already? It’s called DUE DATE? This is an article about that film’s second trailer? An article I am writing? DANNY MCBRIDE IS IN IT? Gosh, I am easy.
This is the second trailer for DUE DATE. I am now writing this very carefully. Very concisely. Because if I delve too deep, I will remember Danny McBride’s appearance in this trailer. And I will remember his line about having a reservation at Chili’s. And I will not be able to write further, because I will be back into laughing like a spasmatic, immature idiot and will thus be unable to type. Must. Stay. The. Course. Talk plot. Go, Kate. Downey and Galifianakis are strangers thrown together thanks to the No-Fly List. Downey has a pregnant wife at home that he needs to get back to ASAP, because she’s about to pop. Cue Galifianakis saving the day, and offering the Iron Man himself a ride. Wackiness ensues. After the break, check out the second trailer for DUE DATE!
Also starring Jamie Foxx, Michelle Monaghan, and a French bulldog with an ailment, DUE DATE reteams Galifianakis with THE HANGOVER director Todd Phillips. When it comes to DUE DATE, I am a frat boy, and I am screaming for it like I’d scream for a good round of beer pong.
DUE DATE opens on November 5.
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