For the last decade, the hard-working Paul Rudd has popped up in, at the very least, two films a year (sometimes up to six) and he’s showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Next month we’ll see him alongside Leslie Mann as they return to their Knocked Up characters in Judd Apatow‘s This is 40. Then early next year he’ll be seen alongside Tina Fey in the comedy Admission, which was just unveiled last night with an initial trailer. We’ve now got two new posters for the respective films and while the latter is a bit lazy, This is 40‘s encapsulates just about everything you’d expect in the film. Check them both out below via Universal Pictures and Focus Features.
This is 40 opens in December, while Admission arrives in March.
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