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Let's Go To Prison Trailer Online
Will Arnett and Dax Shepard locked up

06 September 2006  |  Written by   |  Source: Apple

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If, like us, you’re a connoisseur of oddball American comedy, you’ll be delighted to learn that the trailer for Let’s Go To Prison has arrived.

Prison is directed by Bob Odenkirk, best known for cult series Mr Show, and stars Arrested Development’s Will Arnett alongside Without A Paddle’s Dax Shepard. It sees Shepard playing career criminal John Lyshitski, a man who has learned how to survive the tough prison system, happy to discover that he’ll be sharing cell space with privileged rich boy – and son of the last judge who sent Lyshitski down - Nelson Biederman IV (Arnett).

Find the trailer here. The film arrives next January.

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after seeing arressted development no power in the verse ca stop me from seeing this,if only some of the A.D cast were in it, More

Posted by prodigy_Lover at 22:15 on 06 September 2006 | Report This Post

Hmmm
Didn't I already post the trailer a coupla days ago in the Future Films forum? Ah who cares, Will Arnett's comedy timing is so damn good I'm just glad Empire is behind him. More

Posted by matt_cub at 10:54 on 06 September 2006 | Report This Post

Cool enough!
This film may not look amazing, but Will Arnett is always on good form, and Dax Shepard is amusing. So I'm looking forward to this one! More

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