Exclusive: Sex Drive Red Band Trailer and Images

Get a sneak peek at the upcoming teen sex comedy.

by | August 14, 2008 | Comments

Awww, yeah. You know what time it is. Time for some red band action (boom-chicka-wah-wah) from the upcoming teen sex comedy, Sex Drive. Also check out two exclusive stills featuring Seth Green as an Amish mechanic and James Marsden in the strangest role of his career to date!

In the grand tradition of ’80s road comedy The Sure Thing and all things National Lampoon, Sex Drive tells the tale of one horny teenager named Ian (Josh Zuckerman) who, desperate to lose his virginity before college classes begin, embarks on an interstate quest to meet the girl of his dreams — the sexy, mysterious Ms. Tasty, whom he met over the Internet. Along for the ride are his friend-who’s-a-girl, Felicia (Amanda Crew) and his BFF, Lance (Clark Duke), but hot on his trail is his mean-tempered older brother (James Marsden), who really wants his prized vintage Pontiac GTO back.

Watch the exclusive debut of the naughty red band trailer for Sex Drive!

We’ve also got two exclusive stills from the film right here, featuring Lance (Clark Duke) and his Amish homie Ezekial (Seth Green), and a closer look at hyper-masculine meathead Rex (James Marsden, in a fearless, driven performance).

Click for more images from Sex Drive.

Sex Drive hits theaters October 10.

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