New Hilarious International Trailer of 'House Bunny' Hits
Columbia Pictures have given movie lovers another chance to catch a glimpse of their forthcoming comedy movie "The House Bunny". Releasing the movie's international trailer through its official site, the studio bring forwards more outrageous never-before-seen clips to be enjoyed.
Providing an in-depth look into the Anna Faris-starring movie, this international trailer is relatively shorter than the domestic trailer. However, unlike the latter which focused mostly on the satirical conversations, this compilation of clips displays more of the slapstick jokes as well as the comedic situations the main character is undergoing.
From the writers of "Legally Blonde", Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah Lutz, "House Bunny" follows the story of Shelley Darlington, a Playboy bunny who gets stuck on a lousy sorority house after being kicked out from the Playboy mansion. Living with a bunch of awkward sorority girls who are about to lose their house to the scheming girls of Phi Iota Mu, Shelley finds a new purpose in her life by helping the girls to transform themselves and safe the house.
Supported by Colin Hanks, Kat Dennings, Emma Stone, Katharine McPhee, Tyson Ritter, Rumer Willis, Dana Goodman, Sarah Wright and many others, the flick is directed by Fred Wolf. It will be available in the theaters on August 22.
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