May 23rd, 2013
11:19 AM ET
We forgive you if the only things you know about the new movie "We're the Millers" is that it stars Jennifer Aniston as a stripper. For a while, we pretty much thought that was the entire plot, too.
But as the just-released trailer reveals, it's actually about Jason Sudeikis putting together a fake family in order to pull off a drug deal.
The "SNL" star portrays a pot dealer trying to cart weed to the U.S. from Mexico. To decrease suspicion, he taps a runaway (Emma Roberts) to play his daughter, "a dork" in his building to play his son, and Aniston's character, Rose, to play his wife. As the pretend family sets off on their road trip, the hijinks - including a swinging session with Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn - begin.
The comedy will land smack in the middle of summer movie season when it arrives on August 9.
We'll have to wait a bit longer for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, "Don Jon." The movie, which also the actor wrote and also stars in as a New Jersey lothario who only really cares about his body, his home, his car, his family, his church and girls ... oh, and plus porn.
But when his interest shifts to just one girl in particular, Scarlett Johansson's Barbara, their relationship brings up the question of whether there's a real difference between the romantic comedies that Barbara loves and the porn Don Jon can't get enough of.
"Don Jon," formerly called "Don Jon's Addiction," will open October 18.
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