Following controversy surrounding the use of blackface on set, Seth Rogen shares the Red Band trailer for his new comedy, Good Boys. Rogen teamed up with his fellow Point Grey producer, Evan Goldberg, for the film, as they previously wrote Superbad, Pineapple Express and Sausage Party.
The R-rated Good Boys stars a group of young boys who can't even legally watch the movie at a theater without their parents. Subsequently, Rogen introduces the Red Band trailer by saying, "Just because you make a movie, doesn’t mean you’re old enough to see it."
Leading the Good Boys cast is Room’s Jacob Tremblay, portraying a 12-year-old named Max who is freaking out after being invited to his first make-out party. Alongside his best friends Thor (Brady Noon) and Lucas (Keith L. Williams), the three set out to learn some pointers on how to kiss, prior to the big night.
The boys decide to use Max's dad's drone, which he isn't allowed to touch, to spy on his teenage neighbor and her boyfriend. To be expected, the mission goes horribly wrong, and the drone is destroyed, leaving Max desperate to replace it.
While skipping school to land a new drone, Max, Thor and Lucas experience one of the wildest days of their young lives, as they end up with stolen drugs, at the mercy of frat bros, and running from the cops.
Press play above to watch the official Red Band trailer for Good Boys, which is due out on August 16.