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The new sixty-second trailer of A Few Less Men is released
StudioCanal have just released the trailer to the upcoming comedy A Few Less Men which is set to brace cinemas across Australia on February 9, 2017. The hilarious sequel to the global hit A Few Best Men tells the story of a destination wedding in the Blue Mountains that goes horribly wrong when Luke gets drunk and falls of a cliff. David (Xavier Samuel), Tom (Kris Marshall) and Graham (Kevin Bishop) suddenly find themselves in a predicament, as they have to transport their friend's corpse back to London, where his grieving aunt is planning the funeral.
However, it doesn't end there for the boys, whose private jet crash-lands in the bush, forcing them to carry the body across the harsh landscape. In the meantime, they must resist some sexy ravers and dodge a machete-wielding mother, along with many other wacky scenarios that come their way as they race against time to return Luke home. But will they all survive intact? That is the question.
In the short-and-sharp new trailer released by StudioCanal, fans and new audiences will get a sneak peak at the mishaps and catastrophic yet comedy-fueled situations in which David, Tom and Graham find themselves.
A Few Less Men is directed by Mark Lamprell and produced by Laurence Malkin, Tania Chambers and Share Stallings. Other cast members include Shane Jacobson (Kenny Oddball), Ryan Corr (The Water Diviner), Deborah Mailman (The Sapphires), Jeremy Sims (Underbelly), Lynette Curran (These Final Hours), Darren Gilshenan (Top of the Lake), Pamela Shaw (Swingers) and Sacha Horler (The Dressmaker).
A Few Less Men producer Laurence Malkin says,
"We're excited by StudioCanal's plans for the film and its release across Australia. We appreciate their continual support of the film and the local industry. This is an exciting moment for us – the film has the right mix of mateship and big, bold humour that will leave a wide audience of movie-goers in stitches."
A Few Less Men will be coming to cinemas around Australia on February 9, 2017.