Before moviegoers head out to the theaters to see 'Step Brothers', an outrageous extended clip and a video interview with the cast and director have been unveiled.
Nearing the theatrical release of the latest comedy film from director Adam McKay and comedian Will Ferrell, "Step Brothers", an extended clip and a video interview have been put out. The extended clip has been posted in FunnyOrDie.com, while the interview with the cast ensemble and director has been presented by Movie Web.
The nearly two minutes clip display the scenes where the two now-buddies step brothers are in three different job interviews. Dressed to impress, the two apparently have their own unique way of getting on the interviewers' nerves driving them madder and madder by the seconds. The video footage is restricted due to the heavy amount of profound language let out by the brothers as well as some of the interviewers.
Meanwhile, the other video footage shows the interview with the key cast members, including Ferrell and John C. Reilly who portray the rival brothers as well as Richard Jenkins and Mary Steenburgen who play the parents. It also brings out the sit down conversation with McKay about the upcoming comedy.
Resolving around two spoiled thirty-something men who are still living with their single parents, "Step Brothers" follows the two as they have to live under one roof and share their parents' attention after their parents get married to one another. Trying to own their parents' love for their own, the two brothers try to get rid of one another to the point that the bickering almost tears the new family apart.
The Columbia Pictures is coming out this coming Friday on July 25.
"Step Brothers" Red Band Clip:
Video Interview With the Cast and Director: