MTV Movie Awards host Jason Sudeikis makes everything better, even going to the dentist. Yes, that sounds impossible — nothing makes going to the dentist better — but trust us, it’s true.
Just ask Leighton Meester, one of the Best Villain nominees at this year’s show. She had an unexpected encounter with Sudeikis at the dentist’s office the other day and she couldn’t stop laughing for hours! Though in retrospect, maybe that had something to do with the illicit use of laughing gas. Hmm… watch below and see for yourself.
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Hall Pass movie will have Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis in lead roles playing characters of best buddies so comedy flick Hall Pass movie sure boast of a star studded cast which sounds more than promising to be eagerly watched out by fans. Moreover female lead roles will be played by Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate who are sure to have brought much eye candy to be anticipated by fans. A rather unusual yet nonetheless interesting kind of a scenario seems to have been captured in this comedy flick guaranteeing a quite interesting joyride marked by many moments of fun and frolic. Thus fans of comedy lovers are heading for a laughter packed journey which is sure to get them hooked by bursts of belly aching laughter for sure.
Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly directorial Hall Pass movie will explore the lives of two couples whose lives are thrown in to total mayhem following a critical decision. Middle aged best pals Rick and Fred both feels that their marriages have become rather boring with sparks wearied off. Noticing the bored nature of duo their wives give them an ultimate opportunity of a one week off which they can spend in any way they want. This sure becomes a great surprise of a chance and the duo happily ventures out to make the maximum of it. However when things do not turn out the way they had expected two of them return home only to find out that their wives have not been idling at home during their absence.
Hall Pass movie will also have in its cast movie stars Alyssa Milano and Richard Jenkins as well. From thee sound of it this sure looks like a rather hilarious scenario which is most likely to have captured some extremely funny moments captured in such a way so it will have many sequences of satire and humor captured in their best. Moreover very first glimpse at cast also looks rather promising because it gives away the feeling of a great comedy. Having highly talented actors in leading roles they sure will make matters rather fascinating and beautiful actresses starring as leading ladies sure will get wide screen by storm by spicing up matters. So a belly achingly funny laugh out loud entertaining comedy venture is safely promised for eagerly waiting fans.
The Farelly brothers’ gigantic cast for “Hall Pass” didn’t stop anyone from cutting the new comedy down into a traditional trailer. That trailer is now ready to walk out into public and see if the guys who made “There’s Something About Mary,” “Kingpin” and “Dumb & Dumber” can return to form with a movie that fundamentally feels like they set out to make a version of “The Hangover” where everyone’s already married.
Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis handle the two lead roles in this tale about husbands whose wives give them a temporary “hall pass” to do whatever they want (i.e. bed as many women as possible) before resuming their regularly scheduled married lives. Jenna Fischer, Richard Jenkins, Christina Applegate and Alyssa Milano join them on screen, and the new trailer doesn’t spotlight many success stories. Check out the trailer after the jump.
If “Hall Pass” really does turn out to be “The Hangover” with all married guys, this trailer also makes it look like we may be getting “The Hangover” with a big gaping hole where all sense of real danger (most of which was thanks to Zach Galifianakis’ character) used to be.
The problems Wilson and Sudeikis’ characters encounter here seem to be the worst-case types of scenarios that a couple of guys playing golf at a country club might laugh about, with the ante only upped when they contemplate venturing up the road to a brand-name bar and grill that they’ve never been to before.
If the Farrelly brothers succeed in making a new comedy masterpiece from these mundane settings, “Hall Pass” could be a “Harold and Kumar” tale for 40-somethings, or it may just be exactly what you expect: good for a few chuckles and fond memories of the first time you saw “Dumb & Dumber.”
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