NSFW Clips: Hill and Tatum Finger Each Other's Mouths in '21 Jump Street', Plus '2 Days in New York' and 'Friends with Kids'

NSFW Clips: Hill and Tatum Finger Each Other's Mouths in '21 Jump Street', Plus '2 Days in New York' and 'Friends with Kids'

Feb 17, 2012

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It's been a crazy week for new trailers – and if there’s a better way to send you off to your weekend with more preview-y goodness, we don’t want to know about it.

Early buzz for the updating of popular ‘80s television series 21 Jump Street has been surprisingly positive, and after seeing this new clip, we kinda understand why – the film may not be an exact replica of the show that helped make Johnny Depp a star, but Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum do provide some raunchy laughs as a pair of bumbling cops tasked with posing as high school students so they can bring down a drug ring.

This new Not Safe For Work clip from the film finds Tatum and Rogen trying to vomit after ingesting some illegal narcotics. It’s juvenile to the max, but we’ll admit we still laughed.

Fans can catch the full film in theaters on March 16th.

The slightly blue comedy trend continues in this new teaser for 2 Days in New York – a comedy directed by and starring Julie Delpy.

The film’s a sequel to Delpy’s 2 Days in Paris, but in the new film she’s ditched boyfriend Jack, and taken up with a new beau named Mingus (Chris Rock). Things get hairy when her family shows up for a visit.

The teaser is amusing mostly because it subverts your expectations. If you have Chris Rock and Julie Delpy in a scene with off-color humor, most of us would assume Rock – best known for his scathing stand up routines – would be doing the R-rated material. Not so in this case.

The film was screened at Sundance last month, and our own Erik Davis wrote about it. Early reviews say the film is another solid fish-out-of-water comedy, but maybe not quite as good as the original.

Finally, we close out this roundup with a red-band trailer (again, Not Safe For Work) for the dramedy Friends with Kids.

Jennifer Westfeldt wrote, directed, and stars in this examination of modern relationships. The actress and co-star Adam Scott play friends who decide to skip the whole “marriage and divorce thing” and have a baby with no strings attached – much to the dismay of their circle of friends. As you can imagine, much hilarity ensues.

Friends with Kids features an ensemble cast including Jon Hamm, Megan Fox, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, and Chris O’Dowd. The film is set to debut on March 9th, but until then have a look at the trailer below. [via IndieWire]

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