Redband trailer for new David Gordon Green movie drops | Rock Candy

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Redband trailer for new David Gordon Green movie drops

Posted By on Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 9:51 AM

It's NSFW on account of a whole lot of cussin', some wizard's weed and a shot of Natalie Portman's butt. It's also pretty awesome on account of all that stuff too.

The Little Rock-born director is following up his big hit "Pineapple Express" with "Your Highness," a medieval stoner fantasy/comedy written by "The Foot Fist Way" and "Eastbound and Down" writers Ben Best and Danny McBride (who also co-stars).

Is there another director that can work as well with as broad of a net as David Gordon Green? He's doing "George Washington" one minute, weed comedies the next and, hopefully, still remaking "Suspriria" soon.

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