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Trailer: 'Hangover' Writers Go to College in '21 and Over'

Every year brings one of these movies. This year it was Project X, the year before saw Hangover 2. Speaking of Hangover, the writers who brought us that movie franchise are back as they take on college with 21 and Over.

The film follows a young college student, Jeff Chang (Twilight's Justin Chon) and his two buddies who take him out to celebrate his 21st birthday with one beer. Oh, but it's never just one beer, is it? Things obviously don't go well as the night of debauchery ensues, putting Chang in jeopardy of missing an important medical school interview and ultimately disappointing his father.

The film is co-written and co-directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore who also penned such classics as The Change-Up, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and Four Christmases.

21 and Over hits theaters March 1, 2013. Ready to party?

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