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New Trailer for Cameron Diaz's 'Bad Teacher' Omits Swear Words

March 10, 2011 (6:57 am) GMT
Not including the F-words anymore, the green band trailer has fresh scenes in the opening and towards the end of it.

Yahoo! Movies has got its hand on a tamer version of "" red band trailer which was released in late February. The newly-debuted green band trailer excludes the footage which feature some characters saying swear words.

So, instead of saying F-word when she is reminded about the first day of school, 's Elizabeth Halsey expresses how she does not care about that in this trailer. More fresh scenes can be seen towards the end of the video where 's Russell Gettis has an argument with a boy.

Elizabeth is foul-mouthed, ruthless, and inappropriate teacher. When she loses her golden ticket to get her out of her bogus day job, she begins to woo a rich and handsome substitute teacher () who happens to be the heir to a watch-making company.

Elizabeth's move ignites a competition with an overly energetic colleague, 's Amy Squirrel. When Elizabeth also finds herself fighting off the advances of a sarcastic, irreverent gym teacher Russell, the consequences of her wild and outrageous schemes give her students, her coworkers, and even herself an education like no other.

, , John Michael Higgins and are among other stars supporting this comedy. Directed by Jake Kasdan, "Bad Teacher" will be dropped in theaters across the U.S. on June 24.


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