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'Wackness' Second Teaser Trailer Unveiled

April 29, 2008 02:45:02 GMT

Promoting the forthcoming dramedy starring Ben Kingsley, Josh Peck and Famke Janssen, Sony Picture Classics have put out a new teaser trailer for 'The Wackness' online.


'Wackness' Second Teaser Trailer Unveiled
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Promoting their upcoming drama comedy movie "The Wackness", Sony Picture Classics have let out a new teaser trailer of the movie directed by "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" helmer Jonathan Levine through MySpace. This second teaser runs a bit longer than the first one and gives out more on the dynamic relationship between the main character, Luke Shapiro, and his psychiatrist.

The compilations of clips takes over the blank screen as it silently shows a gloomy office in which Shapiro sits down in front of Dr. Squires' desk. As the clip goes on it is revealed that the young man is coming for his first therapy session with the shrink. Then, the footage cuts off and takes a flashback to the moment Shapiro graduated from high school and attended what seems like a graduation party. Unlike the first teaser, this one focuses on how Shapiro and Dr. Squires bonded through each therapy sessions and find one goal from them that is getting Shapiro to get laid.

Set on summer of 1994 when the newly-appointed New York mayor Rudy Giuliani implemented his fight against crimes, "Wackness" follows the story of a young high school graduate who sell drugs to have a therapy session with his shrink. The coming-of-age movie, which is set to come in limited theaters on July 3, collaborates a star-studded cast ensemble with newcomers as it features Ben Kingsley, Josh Peck, Famke Janssen, Olivia Thirlby, Mary-Kate Olsen and Method Man.

The second teaser can be enjoyed below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz. Meanwhile, more detailed information of the dramedy can be seen at MySpace and Facebook.

"The Wackness" Teaser Trailer:



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