Seth Rogen (Knocked Up) and Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids) star in the upcoming Neighbors, a comedy that pits the duo against a wild fraternity house.
As the young couple is getting settled in their new home, they discover that a fraternity has moved in next door. Although the fraternity president (Zac Efron) agrees to work with his new neighbors, things turn sour when Rogen's character calls the police. Tensions escalate, and the couple soon finds themselves in an all-out war with the frat brothers.
The cast also features up-and-comer Dave Franco (21 Jump Street), New Girl's Jake Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse (This is the End), Lisa Kudrow and Ike Barinholtz of The Mindy Project.
Helming the film is Nicholas Stoller, best known for writing and directing irreverent comedies like Get Him to the Greek and The Five-Year Engagement. Andrew J. Cohen (Talladega Nights) and Brendan O'Brien (Funny People) wrote the screenplay.
Although college comedies have been popular for years, Stoller admits that it's a tricky genre. He told HitFix: "For every Animal House, there seem to be about a dozen Sorority Boys." He went on to say that this film would be "right in the middle."
Neighbors arrives in theaters nationwide May 9. Check out the trailer at the bottom this post.
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