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'The Campaign' Trailer Teaches What Nuts Feel Like

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A petulant man-child shouting at and/or physically fighting another grown man is the hallmark of a true Will Ferrell comedy. It is to him what having a beautiful spouse and the laid-back appearance of perpetually, blearily staggering from a dorm room to the showers is to an Adam Sandler movie. So, with a round of The Campaign political ads already laying out the characters Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis will play in the comedy--modified versions of George W. Bush and Seth Galifianakis, respectively, it would seem--here's the official trailer to confirm, yes, also this is a Will Ferrell movie. Grown men will fight each other. Arms and legs will be pierced by snake fangs and crossbow bolts. A baby will get punched in the face. And Dylan McDermott is in this? Since when is he shooting anything besides television drama promos?

Well, since Ferrell is still resisting choking down the white dog turd of Step Brothers 2, I guess this will have to do for now.

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