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Five Boners Is Great: Red Band Trailer For '3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom' Plus New Pics From The Film

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 1, 2012 at 2:00PM

You would think that getting a ready-and-willing Lizzy Caplan into your bed and then not being able to get it up would be embarrassing enough, but what happens if a video of that encounter goes viral? That's the question at the heart of the upcoming indie comedy "3, 2, 1...Frankie Go Boom" and a red band trailer has dropped to give you taste of just how bad things get.
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3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Lizzy Caplan Charlie Hunnam

You would think that getting a ready-and-willing Lizzy Caplan into your bed and then not being able to get it up would be embarrassing enough, but what happens if a video of that encounter goes viral? That's the question at the heart of the upcoming indie comedy "3, 2, 1...Frankie Go Boom" and a red band trailer has dropped to give you taste of just how bad things get.

The story centers on Frankie (Charlie Hunnam), who has to go into damage control mode when his brother Bruce (Chris O'Dowd) films his awkward encounter with Lassie (Caplan), puts it on the web, and watches it go viral. Just how a transgendered Ron Perlman and coked out Chris Noth come into play remanis to be seen, but this red band trailer shows both the lo-fi nature of the movie, and its pretty wild spirit. And it definitely made us chuckle more than once.

"3, 2, 1...Frankie Go Boom" opens in limited release on October 12th. Watch below and check out some new pics from the film as well.

3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Chris Noth
3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Ron Perlman
3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Charlie Hunnam Ron Perlman
3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Lizzy Caplan
3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Chris O'Dowd
3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom Charlie Hunnam
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