Todd Phillips PROJECT X Still Rocking The Joint With Second Full Trailer!

Nothing better to start a weekend off with a party what about a house party? Yesss!!! Todd Phillips (The Hangover) produced Teen comedy PROJECT X has a released a new second trailer. Directed by Nima Nourizadeh the film takes a ‘found footage’ approach to what we expect a party from hell, well at least for the returning parents, out-of-control comedy that follows a group of friends who set out to throw the most epic 17th birthday party ever. The film documents a high school party that gets completely out of control, shot from the perspective of the digital cameras that the kids have with them.

You have to go back to November when we enjoyed the first trailer which gave us a little look into the chaos we can expect from this film. I have to admit I don’t find the jokes that funny but with Phillips signature all over this one, Project X has become on of this years much anticipated films to check out.  This new trailer actually does have new footage and expands on the party the crazy nutjob with the flame thrower as well as the Police Swat team, the last time I saw this happening when they ran out of pies at a Kilmarnock Versus Celtic match 3 years ago!

I just hope those who are really looking forward to this expecting don’t have their hopes high expecting this to be The Hangover with teens it could be but it could also be the worst film of the year, so best to keep a level head when it comes to expectancy. Project X stars a cast of unknowns Thomas MannJonathan Daniel BrownOliver CooperDax FlameNichole BloomAlex Rose Wiesel and Alexis Knapp but I’m sure if this one does well at the box office I’m sure alot of the unknown cast will become very familiar to us over the years to come with the film heading to UK&Ireland March 2nd.

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Here’s A new poster  which has been released along with the trailer…

Update- A big thanks to Warner Bros UK who have sent us the UK version