At Last, A Remake Of A Film That Hasn't Even Been Released Yet
Last week, Dustin showed you the trailer for No Strings Attached, a film about a pair of best friends who start having sex with each other when they’re in the middle of a bit of a dry run. Despite enjoying both their friendship and the commitment-free sex, they start to fall for each other.
Today, I’ve got the trailer for Friends With Benefits, which interestingly enough was the original title of No Strings Attached, except they had to change it from Friends With Benefits to No Strings Attached because Friends With Benefits was already called Friends With Benefits and therefore No Strings Attached (formerly Friends With Benefits) couldn’t exactly use the same name as Friends With Benefits because that would be weird and there’s probably some sort of law and thus that Friends With Benefits is now called No Strings Attached and the other Friends With Benefits can now be called Friends With Benefits without being confused for No Strings Attached because they’re totally different movies, yo.
Got that? Do try to keep up.
Anyway, here’s the trailer for Friends With Benefits. It’s a film about a pair of best friends who start having sex with each other when they’re in the middle of a bit of a dry run. Despite enjoying both their friendship and the commitment-free sex, they start to fall for each other.
(caution: red band for dirty words)
This one stars Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis. It does not have Ludacris in it, but it does have Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Patricia Clarkson. It’s directed and written Will Gluck , who wrote and directed Easy A. Meaning it may well be the better of the two films that were both once called Friends With Benefits. Or were they both called No Strings Attached? I forget now.
Oh, fuck it.
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