Two of the new clips of 'I Love You, Man' are age restricted, while the other one displays the scene where Jason Segel reads a man's body language and tells Paul Rudd what the man will do next.
DreamWorks Pictures have released three brand new clips from forthcoming comedy "I Love You, Man". Two of them, "Speakerphone" and "Boat Race", are red band clips posted on the official site, while the other one is courtesy of MTV. All of the clips bring out the comedic parts of this John Hamburg's comedy.
The "Speakerphone" clip displays the scene when Rashida Jones's Zooey calls her girlfriends to tell them about her getting married to Paul Rudd's Peter Klaven and puts them on a speaker phone with Klaven listening. While discussing about her wedding plan, her friends switch the topic to her sex life with Klaven.
Meanwhile, the "Boat Race" clip shows the time a drinking game goes totally wrong when Klaven can't hold down his liquor. The other clip from MTV exposes the open house scene where Klaven and Jason Segel's Sydney Fife are watching a couple looking at Klaven's house. Noticing something is wrong with the man, Fife points out that the man needs to fart but doesn't want to do it when his girl is nearby.
Directed and written by "Along Came Polly" helmer/writer, "I Love You, Man" follows Peter Klaven, a successful real estate agent who upon getting engaged to the woman of his dreams, Zooey, realizes that he doesn't have male friends. Desperate to find the suitable Best Man for his wedding, he goes on a series of bizarre and awkward "man-dates" until he meets Sydney Fife. Starred by Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and Rashida Jones, this comedy movie is supported by Jaime Pressly and Thomas Lennon among others. DreamWorks Pictures will distribute it in theaters across the U.S. on March 20.