Go to war with next door with Seth Rogen (Knocked Up, Superbad) Rose Byrne (The Internship, Bridesmaids) and Zac Efron (17 Again, That Awkward Moment) as you’ve never seen him before, in outrageous comedy Bad Neighbours.
From the guys who brought you This is the End and the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall , don’t miss one of the craziest and funniest comedies of the year, Bad Neighbours, when it is released on Blu-ray and DVD on 8th September 2014.
Mac Radner (Rogen) and his wife Kelly (Byrne) are happily married and blissfully living their suburban dream with new born daughter Stella.
That is until Delta Psi Beta, a group of young and hot college boys, led by the charming Teddy Sanders (Efron), move into the house next door. Their wild ways force the couple to realise the restrictions of parenthood and how they can no longer maintain their previous partying lifestyle.
Despite Mac and Kelly whacking on their backwards facing caps and attempting to see the new guys on the street as an opportunity to be down-with-the-kids, the noise and relentless partying is just too much, sparking a battle for the street between the teenage bros vs. the thirty-something parents resulting in all hell breaking loose!
The film follows the neighbours on a hilarious journey as they fight for dominance in the ultimate neighbour vs. neighbour battle. The pranks and mischief are unmissable, with the constant retaliation proving that hilarious, dangerous and crude behaviour can happen at any age.
Bad Neighbours includes a comedic supporting cast led by Dave Franco (21 Jump Street, Now You See Me) as Pete, Delta Psi’s charming Vice President; Christopher Mintz-Plasse (This Is the End, Role Models) as Scoonie, the most freakishly endowed of the brothers; Jerrod Carmichael (TV’s The Goodwin Games) as the easily confused Garf; and Craig Roberts (Submarine, Jane Eyre) as the disturbingly nicknamed Assjuice.
Packed to the brim with laugh out loud moments, expect big parties and even bigger wars, in Bad Neighbours, available to pre-order now and to buy on Blu-ray and DVD from 8th September 2014.