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Welcome back to Best Movie Trailers of the Week, a column where our trailer expert handpicks the best new movie trailers that have arrived online over the past week. Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Warning: The following trailer is Nsfw Hot Tub Time Machine was a solid film, but I certainly wouldn’t call it one that needed a sequel. However, based on this new trailer, it looks as though director Steve Pink and writer Josh Heald might have come up with a scenario that justifies another go-around. This piece serves as an effective reminder of the absurd fun that could be had with Jacob (Clark Duke), Nick (Craig Robinson) and Lou (Rob Corddry), while also functioning as an appealing tease of all the possibilities that come with traveling to new time periods besides...
- Perri Nemiroff
Get excited, Hot Tub Time Machine fans: the new trailer for the sequel is here! Paramount has released the latest clip for the Steve Pink-directed comedy film, a follow-up to the 2010 cult classic which will see Craig Robinson (Nick), Rob Corddry (Lou), Chevy Chase (the Repairman) and Clark Duke (Jacob) reprise their original roles. "Is it wrong for us to exploit our knowledge of the future for personal financial gain?" Corddry says in the opening the clip before he proudly announces that he's "the father of the Internet." And while the Hot Tub Time Machine gang has successfully used their powers to become famous pop stars (Robinson reveals that he hit it »
Sneak Peek footage from director Steve Pink's comedy sequel, "Hot Tub Time Machine 2", starring Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Chevy Chase, Adam Scott and Gillian Jacobs, opening February 20, 2015, plus take another look @ an Nsfw clip of Jessica Paré ("Mad Men") in the original "Hot Tub Time Machine":
"....when 'Lou' (Corddry) finds himself in trouble, 'Nick' (Robinson) and 'Jacob' (Duke) fire up the hot tub time machine in an attempt to get back to the past. But they inadvertently land in the future with 'Adam Jr.' (Scott). Now they have to alter the future in order to save the past… which is really the present..."
- Michael Stevens
I actually wasn't even aware that a sequel was in the works! But say hello to "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," the sequel to the 2010 film "Hot Tub Time Machine," directed by Steve Pink, from a script penned by Josh Heald. What's it about? Well, it's called "Hot Tun Time Machine!!" This time, our friends Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) use the time traveling hot tub to try and get back to the past to save Lou (Rob Corddry), after he is shot, but they inadvertently end up ten years in the future, which they must alter if they want to save their present-day. The film stars Craig Robinson, Adam Scott, Rob Corddry, Chevy Chase, Gillian »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Paramount Pictures just unveiled a new trailer for its upcoming "Hot Tub Time Machine" sequel, starring Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Chevy Chase and Adam Scott. Check it out below. Plot: When Lou (Corddry) finds himself in trouble, Nick (Robinson) and Jacob (Duke) fire up the hot tub time machine in an attempt to get back to the past. But they inadvertently land in the future with Adam Jr (Scott). Now they have to alter the future in order to save the past... which is really the present, in the sequel from the same team that brought you the original cult hit. The new movie is directed by Steve Pink and is set to hit theaters on February 20th, 2015. Trailer: »
John Cusack may be gone, but the rest of the Hot Tub Time Machine cast have returned for a sequel to the 2010 hit. So this time, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Clark Duke are all on board, and the plot sees them trying to go back to the past. But before you can say 'rejected plot for a Back To The Future movie', they have to alter the future to save the past which is also the present.
If they end up in an alternative 1985, and their mums have married the school bullies, then maybe it won't be a rejected Back To The Future plot after all.
Paramount Pictures and MGM have released a new trailer and poster for the zany looking comedy Hot Tub Time Machine 2. The sequel is easily going to be even more absurd than the first film, and that's perfect for these kinds of comedies! The more ridiculous they are the more their target audience will enjoy them. I had a blast watching the first movie. I enjoyed it for what is was and I'll do the same thing with this sequel.
In the sequel, when Lou (Rob Corddry) finds himself in trouble, Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) fire up the hot tub time machine in an attempt to get back to the past. But they inadvertently land in the future. Now they have to alter the future in order to save the past….which is really the present.
The movie was directed by Steve Pink, and also stars Adam Scott, »
- Joey Paur
Paramount has released a new trailer for its comedy sequel “Hot Tub Time Machine 2,” two months before its Feb. 20 launch.
“I think this time, maybe I’ll invent yoga pants,” Corddry muses as he steps into the tub.
They wind up mistakenly in 2025 along with Adam Scott, who plays the son of John Cusack’s character from the original film.
- Dave McNary
Paramount just released a new(ish) Hot Tub Time Machine 2 trailer for director Steve Pink's comedy sequel. The film reunites Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke, and Chevy Chase, with the addition of Adam Scott and Gillian Jacobs. As someone who was drawn to the first film for John Cusack I was skeptical about the sequel in light of his absence, but Adam Scott looks to have wonderful chemistry with the returning cast, and more Gillian Jacobs is always a good thing. The new trailer is very similar to the red-band trailer we got a few months ago, just cleaned up a bit with a couple new gags, but most importantly it's still really funny. I dug the first movie a lot and love that they're going no-holds-barred with the concept for the sequel. It should be a lot of fun to watch this band of buffoons gallivant their way through time. »
- Haleigh Foutch
"It looks liking picking dicks out of a tree." Even though we don't get to see Hot Tub Time Machine 2 on Christmas Day this year, as was originally planned, the film still arrives in February of 2015, so some time traveling fun isn't too far away. And thus, we have a new green band trailer from across the pond showing just how crazy the adventures get this time. It rehashes some of what we've already seen in the red band trailer from over the summer, but there's also some new stuff, like a montage of some quick, but unseen time traveling experiences for Adam Scott, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Clark Duke. Watch! Here's the UK green band trailer for Steve Pink's Hot Tub Time Machine 2 from YouTube: You can still watch the Hot Tub Time Machine 2 red band trailer right here. Hot Tub Time Machine 2 »
- Ethan Anderton
After debuting a Red Band trailer at Comic-Con 2014 this past July, Paramount has finally released the official trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clark Duke are back, and this time they are being joined by comedy favorites Adam Scott and Gillian Jacobs. The gang is also featured on a new poster from this awaited Valentine's weekend release.
In Hot Tub Time Machine 2, Lou (Rob Corddry), having become a billionaire, finds himself in some dire trouble. Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) fire up the hot tub time machine in an attempt to get back to the past. But they inadvertently land in the future. Now they have to alter the future in order to save the past... Which is really the present.
Does this sound at all confusing? Not to worry, Chevy Chase is also back has the handy hot tub repairman, »
Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) use the time traveling hot tub to try and get back to the past after Lou (Rob Corddry) gets in trouble, but they inadvertently end up ten years in the future, which they must alter if they want to save their present-day environment.
"Hot Tube Time Machine 2" hits theaters on February 20, 2015.
- Kellvin Chavez
It feels like we've been writing about a potential sequel to Bad Santa for a good few years now, without any sign of the film itself moving forward. It's become one of those projects that gets talked about, but is looking decreasingly likely to happen.
Speaking at Loyola Marymount University, Thornton said that "we're just waiting for a script", adding that "we're never going to beat the first one, but you got to get as close as you can. You can't just go and do it half way, so we're waiting for something that's close »
I liked Bad Santa when I saw it in 2003. I actually haven't seen it since then so I have no idea how it ages or holds up or any of that, but apparently there's an appetite for a sequel. Makes sense, I guess I'd probably check out Bad Santa 2 if it happens. A few years back Steve Pink was going to helm, but then those duties fell to Doug Ellin. Ellin is still busy wrapping up the artistic juggernaut of the Entourage movie, so even though there's a chance his Kubrickian penchant for perfection will keep him in the editing room for another few years on that project, one could also reasonably assume he'd make time for this sooner or later. If the script is good. That's what they're waiting on. Even though Billy Bob Thornton himself wisely admits there's no way they can top the first one (the »
- Evan Dickson
Bad Santa 2 has been discussed for years, despite the fact that original writers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa have moved on to their own directing career and there’s no indication that original director Terry Zwigoff will return. Rather, Hot Tub Time Machine director Steve Pink was linked to the film, both as writer and director, […]
- Russ Fischer
2003’s debauched yuletide comedy, Bad Santa, dashed any misguided notions that those who dress up to play the jolly chap are without issues. Billy Bob Thornton’s take on the rotund fellow completely veered away from saccharine stereotypes of a happy man who only wants to deliver cheer to everyone. Instead, his store-front Santa was a drunken slob who chased women and shirked his duties whenever possible.
In short, it was brilliant, and thus, rumours began to circulate about a second trip in his kinky sleigh for Bad Santa 2. The latest news we’ve had on the project landed in May 2013, when Hot Tub Time Machine director Steve Pink apparently vacated the director’s chair to make way for Entourage creator Doug Ellin. At the time, Ellin was also reported to be working on a re-write of Johnny Rosenthal’s original script, which brings us up to date with the status of the project. »
- Gem Seddon
The sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine was just pushed back to February 20th, 2015 after originally being set for release on Christmas Day, and now director Steve Pink already has his next comedy lined up as Deadline reports MGM has picked up a pitch for a project called Cop Swap. The studio acted fast to pick up the pitch with Pink attached to direct and also write the script with his writing partner Jeff Morris. The movie will focus on a real-life international exchange program of major metropolitan police departments across America that allow cops from foreign cities to essentially intern as part of the Lapd. More below! These cops from far out of town just don't fit in in their home country, and they hope to learn how to fit in and get some real police time with the world famous Lapd. It's there that the unfortunate cop and »
- Ethan Anderton
MGM has picked up a pitch from writer-director Steve Pink for the police comedy Cop Swap, after a bidding war broke out over the project this weekend.
Steve Pink is writing the script with his partner Jeff Morris, which is based on an actual international exchange program where cops from all over the world come to America. The story focuses on a black sheep Lapd cop, who is assigned to babysit a group of international cops, all of whom are misfits back home, and are undergoing a one-year internship. They all stumble upon a major crime being committed. The script deal is said to be mid six-figures against low seven-figures, which will be even higher when factoring in Steve Pink's fee as a director.
Every studio in town was interested in this pitch, but Deadline reports the pitches were sent out to just two studios per day, with Fox »
"Hot Tub Time Machine" writer-director Steve Pink is slated to co-write and direct the polic comedy "Cop Swap" for MGM. The studio picked up the project after a bidding war broke out over the weekend for it.
Pink and Jeff Morris are penning the script which deals with an actual international exchange program where cops from all over the world come to America.
In the story a L.A.P.D. cop who doesn't fit in with his colleagues is assigned to babysit a group of international cops undergoing a one-year internship, a group full of officers considered misfits by their departments back home. They soon stumble upon a major crime.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
This isn't all that surprising. Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is now foregoing its original December 25th, 2014 release date and moving to February 20th. This makes sense for a few reasons, the first of which is that it needs to get out of the way of Seth Rogen and James Franco's The Interview, which is shaping up to be something of a comedic juggernaut (at least in terms of my perception - it feels like awareness is high for that one). Also telling? My first thought when I saw this news was, "that was supposed to come out on Christmas?" It doesn't feel like they've been aggressively marketing the movie (aside from the trailer) and I feel like February is safer ground for this franchise anyway. Paramount also moved Scouts vs. Zombies from that date and placed it on October 30th, 2015, also a move of confidence in that horror comedy it looks like. »
- Evan Dickson
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