While there’s a limited amount of amusement that can be gleaned from kids swearing, The Sitter still looks like it could be a lot of fun. In the film Jonah Hill plays Noah, who’s been suspended from college and gets coaxed into babysitting the kids next door. As always with this sort of flick, he is completely unprepared for the wild night ahead of him. So if you like swearing kids, or indeed swearing at kids, then take a look at the new trailer for The Sitter. It’s due for UK release on January 27th, 2012.
Few directors have ‘gone Hollywood’ quite as wholeheartedly as David Gordon Green, who made his name with contemplative, indie dramas such as George Washington, Snow Angels and Undertow, before leaping into the studio system with abandon, making Pineapple Express, Your Highness and the upcoming The Sitter.
Now Variety reports that Columbia Pictures is in talks to pick up Evan Mandery’s novel Q, with writer/director David Gordon Green and producer Matthew Tolmach attached.
The movie would take Green away from the stoner-type comedies he’s been involved with for the past few years, as it about a man who it visited by a future version of himself, who tells him not to marry the love of his life. He agrees and spends the rest of his life trying to undo that fateful choice and find the only woman he ever loved.
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