Movie 43: A-list cast wants to make you squirm

Warning: This trailer has explicit language and nudity. But that’s actually the whole point. The new film Movie 43 has been written to shock you, and the actors are some of Hollywood’s finest. What the…?

Movie 43

The new A-list ensemble out of Hollywood has everyone from Emma Stone to Hugh Jackman doing the most wacky, gross and offensive performances we’ve ever seen. This film is designed to see if it can get a rise out of the audience. Will it? Tell us what you think.

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How awkward is this?

Movie 43 is about the intersecting lives of several people who have the dirtiest things on their minds. Now, for some reason — thank goodness the cameras are rolling — these characters played by Hollywood’s leading actors are ready to share these intimate stories on the big screen.

Did you just get your period? Do you have an STD? Will you perform some unusual sex act on me? These are the types of questions director Peter Farrelly (of the Farrelly Brothers) and other Hollywood A-listers, including Elizabeth Banks and Brett Ratner have decided would make a hilarious, unexpected feature film.

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More celebrities than rehab!

From the trailer, audiences get to see all kinds of awkward situations. Sweet, adorable Halle Berry is seen blowing out the birthday candles of a blind child. Liev Schreiber makes fun of his son’s penis. (Note to self: Do not take parenting cues from this movie!)

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Terrance Howard tells his basketball team they’re better because they’re black. Kate Winslet tells us “This is f***ed up!” The list goes on. The cast includes appearances by Gerard Butler, Josh Duhamel, Anna Faris, Kristen Bell, Uma Thurman, Naomi Watts and many others. This movie is designed to shock. And it’s succeeding!

Let us know what you think. Have these Hollywood A-listers gone too far…?

Movie 43 releases into theaters Jan. 25, 2013.

Photo credit: Rogue Pictures


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