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Red Band Trailer for Sci-Fi Comedy 'Paul' Is Hilarious

February 24, 2011 (8:07 am) GMT
More laughters are brought by this trailer which sees Kristen Wiig getting high and an agent curious of alien's d**k.
Red Band Trailer for Sci-Fi Comedy 'Paul' Is Hilarious

Universal Pictures has debuted another new trailer for "" which is going to grace U.S. theaters on March 18. Making its way out via IGN, it has more funny scenes despite its raunchy content. It features 's Ruth Buggs getting high after smoking weed, a federal agent curious of alien's d**k and the alien freaking other men out among other scenes.

The movie revolves around two sci-fi geeks, Graeme Willy and Clive Collings, who meet an alien named Paul who later hitches a ride with them. Chased by federal agents and the fanatical father of a young woman that they accidentally kidnap, Graeme and Clive hatch a fumbling escape plan to return Paul to his mother ship. And as two nerds struggle to help, one little green man might just take his fellow outcasts from misfits to intergalactic heroes.

and play the sci-fi geek duo, Graeme and Clive respectively, while provides the voice for Paul. , , and additionally portray other live-action characters.

"Paul" is directed by Greg Mottola with the script written by Pegg and Frost. This R-rated sci-fi comedy has been released in the U.K. earlier this month and topped the country's box office chart this week.



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