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The Heat – Starring Sandra Bullock & Spoken Reasons [Official Movie Trailer]

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Spoken Reasons is making big moves. The stand-up comedian and Youtube personality landed a major role in the upcoming action/comedy movie titled “The Heat.” He stars alongside Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy and Kaitlin Olson in the Paul Feig-directed film that will hit the big screen on April 5, 2013.

 

 

A by-the-book Federal agent. A take-no-prisoners Boston detective. Forced to work together to bust a drug ring. It’s the tried and true buddy-cop formula from movies like Lethal Weapon, 48 HRS., and The Other Guys, but director Paul Feig is hoping to prove once again that the ladies can do anything as well as the guys can. In 2011, Feig helped a party of Bridesmaids led by Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy crash the box office to the tune of $169 million, trashing the notion that you need a Y-chromosome to score R-rated hilarity. In The Heat, out in April, Feig and McCarthy are raising the stakes even higher, recruiting Sandra Bullock to bust some crooks in an R-rated action-comedy.

 

In the new trailer, McCarthy and Bullock’s characters get off on the wrong foot, but pity the perp who crosses them — especially if he weighs more than they can lift. Feig tells EW about reuniting with McCarthy, what ’80s buddy-cop movie was The Heat‘s real inspiration, and how the movie will showcase another side to America’s Sweetheart Sandra Bullock.

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