Although the comedy troupe Broken Lizard delivered with Super Troopers and Beerfest, the rest of their output has seen a significant dip in quality and it looks as thought the streak continues with their latest project. After The Babymakers premiered to poor reviews this year, they are back with another comedy titled Freeloaders.
Shot nearly four years, we’ve now finally got a trailer and poster for the film, which sees Babymakers star Olivia Munn back with the group in the story that follows a group of people living in a rock star’s mansion. Check it out below for the film also starring Clifton Collins Jr., Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Hefferman, Josh Lawson, Kevin Sussman, Zoe Boyle, Nat Faxon, Warren Hutchinson, Jane Seymour, Dave Foley and Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz.
Freeloaders hits VOD on December 11th and then in theaters in January.
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