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21 & Over Trailer Parties Hard Online
The Hangover writers go to college

12 November 2012  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Machinma

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A college comedy from the writers of The Hangover. What picture does that plant in your brainspace? It’s probably not far from 21 & Over, which has just released a trailer online. Check it out above.

Jon Lucas and Scott Moore have stepped up to direct this one, which finds pals Casey (Skylar Astin) and Miller (Miles Teller) deciding to surprise straight-laced college student buddy Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) with a visit to celebrate his 21st birthday - which is, of course, the legal drinking age in the US.

Their plan is for a wild night of debauchery, but Jeff is warned by his dad (Francois Chau) not to indulge as he has an important interview in the morning. So what does Jeff do? Listens to his friends, of course, and ends up stranded, crazily drunk and far from where he needs to be.

There are a few chuckles to be found here, and we’re staying positive that it’ll manage more of a twist on the wild night format of The Hangover than either its sequel or the hugely disappointing Project X.

21 & Over will hit the US on March 1, 2013, but doesn’t have a set UK date yet.


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