If Moonrise Kingdom wasn’t crude enough for you this summer, the next film from Todd Rohal should do the trick. Produced by David Gordon Green, Nature Calls premiered at SXSW this past year and will now arrive in theaters this fall. We’ve got the first trailer, in red band form, for the film that brings together Patton Oswalt, Johnny Knoxville, Rob Riggle and the late Patrice O’Neal.
As a big fan of Rohal’s deliriously funny last effort The Catechism Cataclysm, I have high hopes for this one and even with the poor reviews (including our own), it looks like a fairly good time. While certainly mindless, the comedic combo of our main players is enough to warrant a watch and also looks to be embracing the tone of an inane, but entertaining 80s or 90s comedy, especially with the poster. Check out the trailer via Yahoo Movies below.
Nature Calls hits VOD on October 5th and arrives in theaters on November 9th.
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