‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2’ Red Band Trailer: Here’s To The Future!


Comic-Con International is currently taking place in San Diego, California. We are not on site, but thanks to the mysterious powers of the internet we’re able to bring you all the biggest news and reveals from the convention floor without having to take a single step outside our apartment / headquarters. For example, this…

Paramount Pictures was one of the first studios to hold a panel during this year’s SDCC, and they made it a point to pull out all stops to ensure their films received coverage. One of the biggest surprises of the night came when Clark Duke made an unexpected entrance to share the world’s first look at Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Fans at SDCC loved the footage, and Paramount has since uploaded the clip online. You can view the three and a half minute trailer below:

I am not sure the future will be as funny as the past, but then again a lot of people really enjoy Back To The Future II. The “Fucking Nerd” song at the end was the biggest highlight for me, but there was not anything in the footage above that I outright hated. How do you feel? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

The plot of Hot Tub Time Machine 2 follows Craig Robinson, Clark Duke and Rob Corddry‘s characters into the future while they try and prevent one of the gang from being shot. While there, the friends come across the son of John Cusack’s character (who isn’t returning) played by Adam Scott. Drugs and hijinks ensue, as you no doubt saw in the trailer.

Hot Tub Time Machine 2 opens December 25, so rest assured several additional trailers and clips will surface before the film’s initial release. Stay tuned.

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