Trailer Watch: ’The Hangover 2’ and ‘Source Code’ Trailers

The Hangover 2 The Hangover 2

After most of this summer’s big movies have already shoveled out teasers and trailers, The Hangover 2 has stepped up to bat with a tiny teaser that doesn’t do much except whet your appetite for upcoming R-rated madness. Warner Bros. has released the first teaser trailer for what’s sure to be this summer’s raunchiest comedy, complete with several quotes from critics who all loved the first film, plus one tiny scene of our favorite moronic characters (played by Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms) as they try to once again piece together what’s happened to them. Justin Bartha is nowhere to be found in this initial teaser, however, which means there’s a good chance they lose that poor guy for a second time.
Check it out below. The Hangover 2 hits theaters on May 26th.

The next full-length trailer for Source Code has arrived online. The film, which marks director Duncan Jones’ follow-up to the fantastic sci-fi flick Moon, stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier who’s part of a program that enables him to transport into the body of someone only minutes before they die. In the film, he’s sent into the body of a man who’s a passenger on a train that’s about to be destroyed by a terrorist’s bombing in an attempt to identify the bombers.
Source Code arrives in theaters on April 1st. Watch it below.



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