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New Hilarious Red Band Trailer for THE TO DO LIST

June 5, 2013
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The little gem titled "The To Do List", which marks Maggie Carey's directorial debut, has just released a new red band trailer. The off-beat comedy stars Aubrey Plaza as a straight-laced high school graduate, who wants to cross things off her list of sexual experiences, as her current total is zero. The problem is, she has absolutely not idea what any of these experiences entail and where to start.

Luckily her older and promiscuous sister, played by Rachel Bilson, is going to show her the ropes. She is also armed with the bad judgement from her friends, portrayed by some familiar faces including Alia Shawkat, warmly known as Maeby from "Arrested Development".

The cast is full of some other colorful characters and great actors including Bill Hader, Clark Gregg, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Andy Samberg and Connie Britton.

Check out the trailer and let us know what you think in the comments section below!

"The To Do List" hits AMC Theatres on July 26th.

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