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Meet the next generation of Griswolds in a final NSFW red band trailer for Vacation, featuring even more new footage from the July 29 release.
Well, it’s fair to say this isn’t the best trailer New Line Cinema has ever put out, but it does have some amusing moments.
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New Line Cinema has released a new trailer for Vacation, the sort-of reboot, sort-of sequel to the 1983 comedy classic National Lampoon’s Vacation. Despite the fact that it is a green-band trailer, it looks so much better than the last one, which was pretty NSFW.
Ed Helms stars as the new patriarch of the Griswold family who opts to redo his childhood road trip to Americas “favorite family fun park,” Walley World with his own family.