In about three days, on June 6, "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" is going to make its theatrical debut. Gearing up to present a challenge to its competitor "Kung Fu Panda" which will be having the same release date, five new clips and behind-the-scene video of the comedy film by Dennis Dugan can be found on the net.
Though the short footages cut from the movie have been displayed earlier through previous released trailers, they present a more elaborated glimpse on the particular scenes. The first clip offers a tickling scene in which three men are calling a Hezbollah hotline to get terrorist supplies, while the second one shows the debate between Zohan and his mother about him leaving the army. The rest of the clips expose Zohan in New York City when he is trying to land hairstylist jobs and when he is confronting a rude man on the street.
Aside from the five clips, another video outed provides a behind-the-scene look into the filming of the movie itself. Through various compiled snippets, viewers can get the chance to see how Zohan can ride on top of a moving car in New York City, how he can do push ups without using both of his hands on the floor and many else.
"Zohan" stars Adam Sandler, Emmanuelle Chriqui, John Turturro and Rob Schneider among many others. It tells the story of a well-trained Israeli commando who pretends to be dead and takes a hide in New York City so he can pursue his dream in becoming a hairstylist. But, when he gets to be the hottest new hairstylist in New York, his past catches up with him.