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The new trailer for Bad Neighbours

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The initial premise of Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne facing off against a neighbouring frat house sounded pretty damn great and after a funny trailer premiered back in September, an even better one has just dropped.

The new look at Bad Neighbours gives us more of the settled married couple with a young child up against the loud and lewd fratboys, headed up by Zac Efron.With added airbags.

Our money's on everyone being friends at the end.

Bad Neighbors hits cinemas May 3rd

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