Columbia Pictures have brought another trailer of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly's upcoming comedy film "Step Brothers" to the virtual world. This time, it is a two-and-a-half minutes long restricted trailer which is filled with many crazy fights between the two main characters as well as crude words.
Though the red band trailer compiled many similar footages like the first trailer, it still brings in new clips and gives out glimpses how the two become friends. The video footage also provides a better look into the story itself. It begins with the clip showing Robert and Nancy's perfect wedding that leads to the scene in which Nancy assuring her spoiled son that he will get along with his new step dad and step brother. The trailer then continues on highlighting the competition between the two who later on become the inseparable best friends.
Pairing up once again the two leading actors of "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby", Ferrell and Reilly, "Brothers" follows the story of two grown-up boys, Brennan Huff and Dale Doback, who are suddenly forced to be step-brothers after Huff's mother married Doback's father. Having to share their spoiled life, the thirty-something men soon consider each other arch nemesis and try their hardest to get rid off the other. But, when their child-like acts threaten to break out the family apart, the two have to work together to mend it back, even if that means they have to get out of their parents' house. The movie directed by Adam McKay is coming out this summer on July 25.
"Step Brothers" Red Band Trailer: