What do you get when you take the three-guys-getting-plastered-during-one-wild-night premise of "The Hangover" franchise and set it in college? "21 & Over," a raunchy new comedy from the two men who wrote "The Hangover." (But not "Hangover" director Todd Philips, who did extensive work on the first film's screenplay.)
Written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, "21 & Over" focuses on the misadventures of three friends during the night one of them turns 21. Skylar Astin ("Pitch Perfect"), Miles Teller ("Footloose") and Justin Chon ("Twilight") star as the trio, with Chon playing Jeff Chang, the film's very own version of McLovin'. Eagle-eyed viewers will also notice Francois Chou (Dr. Pierre Chang and/or Dr. Marvin Candle from "Lost") as Chang's father.
Watch the red-band trailer above. "21 & Over" is out in theaters on March 1.