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Trailer Park: Adam Sandler, Owen Wilson and Kevin James in new comedies


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: So many new trailers hit the Web yesterday and today, we figured it would be a good idea to round them up in one post.

First up, married men Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis receive a “Hall Pass” from their wives (Christina Applegate and Jenna Fischer) to do what they want, when they want it for one week in the latest comedy from the Farrelly brothers.

Then there’s a screaming Kevin James, who moves from mall cop to “The Zoo Keeper” for Sony. This one will be in theaters next summer.

Sticking with comedians, Adam Sandler follows up “Grown Ups” with “Just Go With It,” a comedy that has him pretending to be married to Jennifer Aniston so he can continue to date supermodel Brooklyn Decker. Sandler has all of the luck.

But it’s not all fun and games in the Trailer Park this morning. We’ve also got the official trailer for Peter Berg’s “The Way Back,” which turned heads in Telluride and will get an Oscar-consideration run in select cities at the end of December. It stars Ed Harris and Colin Farrell as prisoners of war who must march across vicious terrains in order to get home.

And Natalie Portman looks to be following up “Black Swan” with an Ashton Kutcher rom-com titled “No Strings Attached.” I wonder why?

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