In this newly-released video, Rudd's overly-naive character tells one of his sisters about the benefit of placing trust in other people.
A new trailer from "Our Idiot Brother" has landed online. Paul Rudd's Ned is an overly-naive guy who is sent to jail after having had an unfortunate run-in with the law. While his sisters seem to complain about him, Rudd stays positive. One day, he tells one of his sisters about the benefit of giving trust to other people.
The comedy film revolves around Ned, who returns home after being released from prison for selling cannabis. When he turns to family, he is passed from sister to sister: career-driven Miranda who is going to get her break in journalism, bisexual Natalie who is dating with Cindy, and perfect-mother Liz who does not notice that her marriage is crumbling.
"Our Idiot Brother" also has Elizabeth Banks portray Miranda, Zooey Deschanel play Natalie, and Emily Mortimer take the role of Liz. This Jesse Peretz-directed movie will open wide across the U.S. on August 26.