Film trailer: Jonah Hill in 'The Sitter'
Tuesday 09 August 2011
In an era of successful raunchy comedies such as
The Hangover and
The Sitter, starring Jonah Hill (
Get Him to the Greek), which released its first trailer August 8.
A remake of the 1980s movie Adventures in Babysitting, the story follows a college student on suspension who is coaxed by his mother to babysit for the kids next door.
The footage follows him chasing a girl though a wild night with the three kids in tow.
Directed by David Gordon Green ( Pineapple Express, Your Highness), the film also features Sam Rockwell ( Cowboys and Aliens) and Max Records ( Where the Wild Things Are).
The Sitter opens in US theaters and Russia on December 9, the Netherlands on October 22 and the UK and other markets in January 2012.
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