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Outrageous Red Band Trailer of Drake Bell's 'College'

July 26, 2008 (5:11 am) GMT
Presenting another look into the upcoming comedy movie starring Drake Bell, Kevin Covais and Andrew Caldwell, Lionsgate Film revealed the film's red band trailer.

Nearing the release date of "" on August 29, Lionsgate Films have invited fans and movie lovers alike to see deeper into the outrageous teenage comedy by unearthing the film's red band trailer. Revealing more scenes, the new video footage exposes more on the party, humiliation and revenge the three characters experience.

Opened with a scene where 's character Kevin Brewer gets dumped by his girlfriend, the compilation of clips moves on showing Kevin's canteen talks with Fletcher, Carter and Morris where Fletcher describes what will happen during the weekend visit to a nearby college. The scene then cut to the moment Kevin, Carter and Morris arrived at Fieldmont University.

There, they are welcomed by the fraternity boys with whom they will be living for the weekend. Soon enough, the three realize that it is not the weekend that they were imagining to be, with them being treated as pledges, tortured and humiliated almost every time. Promising to themselves that they will make the weekend their best ever, they set up an elaborate revenge plot.

Starring also Kevin Covais, Andrew Caldwell, Ryan Pinkston, Nick Zano, and Camille Mana, "College" is a comedy movie from first-time director Deb Hagan. Rated "R", the tidbit is written by Dan Callahan and Adam Ellison.

"College" Red Band Trailer:



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