In David Wain's 2008 comedy Role Models, the main characters, played by Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott, are constantly annoyed by an extremely cheery member of the Big Brother program that they have been forced to take part in. Played by A.D. Miles, one of the character's most annoying traits was that he would keep singing a fake song by Wings called "Love Take Me Down To The Streets." It was a great running gag during the movie, and apparently Wain loves it so much that he's also included it in his newest project, Wanderlust.
A new clip for the comedy has been released online, and while the central focus of the preview is on Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux playing "Two Princes" by The Spin Doctors, if you listen closely to the song at the start of the clip you'll hear some very familiar lyrics. Check it out below, courtesy of Metacafe.
Also starring Jennifer Aniston, Alan Alda, Ken Marino, Joe Lo Truglio, and basically every other funny person currently working in film today, Wanderlust is about a New York couple, George and Linda (Rudd, Aniston), who are forced to move out of the city after George loses his job. After trying a few living arrangements that fail horribly, they eventually decide to move to a hippy commune. The movie arrives in theaters on February 24th and you can see more from the film in our Blend Film Database.
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