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The Inbetweeners Movie Trailer Arrives
Best bring your wellies, lads...

11 July 2011  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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The Inbetweeners Movie Trailer Arrives

So here it is, the trailer for the upcoming Inbetweeners Movie. In it we see everyone’s favourite idiots Will, Jay, Neil and Simon being, you guessed it, complete chumps… just the way we like it.

For those not in the know – or those who haven’t checked Empire’s feature on the sitcom spin-off in the latest issueThe Inbetweeners Movie sees the gang from Rudge Park Comprehensive going on a lads’ holiday to Crete in the pursuit of, well, clunge, clunge and more clunge.

Sure, Will would quite like to see some historical monuments, but he’s swiftly shouted down after the other three would much rather be chasing some “Puss-AY!” – their words, not ours. Honestly. Pinkie swear.

The star of the show seems to be, as ever, James Buckley as Jay, managing to inflict extreme pain onto his own nether regions, fall asleep in an ants’ nest and expose himself to his peers in just two brief minutes of trailer.

Elsewhere Blake Harrison’s Neil gets to show off some of his dance moves, and Simon Bird’s Will looks like might even get his end away, leaving Joe Thomas’ Simon looking, well, notable by his general lack of gags.

But anyway, without any further ado, here’s a couple of minutes of exceptionally crude comedy for you Inbetweeners fans to giggle at worryingly loudly. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed…
 

The Inbetweeners Movie is out August 19.


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