21 And Over Gets A New Trailer Filled With Booze, Boobs And Bawdy Behavior

If Jon Lucas and Scott Moore know anything it's apparently how to get drunk and party way too hard. The duo got their real big break when they scripted 2009's The Hangover, which follows a group of guys recovering from a night of debauchery; which was then followed by The Change Up, the story of how two men switch bodies after getting ripped and peeing in a magic fountain.

But those were all fully grown adults at play. The duo's directorial debut, 21 and Over, goes back to the craziness of youth.

We brought you the first trailer for the movie all the way back in November, but with the movie's release date creeping up Relativity Media has sent out a brand new one. You can watch preview below and see it in HD over on Apple.

It's an odd thought, but I do wonder how this movie is going to be handled in countries where the legal drinking age is only 18. Shouldn't be a much harder sell content wise, but I do wonder if they're planning to change the title.

Based on an original screenplay by Lucas and Moore, 21 and Over centers on the antics of Jeff Chang (Justin Chon), a young aspiring medical school student whose studying plans are derailed when his two best friends (Miles Teller, Skylar Astin) take him out for an insane night of partying on Jeff's 21st birthday. The movie notably filmed some of its scenes over in China, but it has yet to become clear exactly why. Look for it in theaters on March 1st and head over to our Blend Film Database to see stills and the film's poster.

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