The international trailer for the upcoming ensemble comedy Grown Ups has been released, and it’s slightly better than the domestic version. The film’s main characters are mostly played by “Saturday Night Live” alumni, with the exception of Kevin James. The latest trailer gives us some new footage, and highlights some of the wives in the film that includes Salma Hayek.

The plot of the movie centers around five school friends, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, Rob Schneider, and James who reunite after 30 years to celebrate fourth of July weekend together. They try to reconnect with one another while discovering the changes they’ve all made over time. Grown Ups is directed by Dennis Dugan, who had a hand in the not funny I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, which can explain the weird placement of Kevin James within this crew.

In the latest trailer, they expand on what they showed in the first version, which includes more footage of the wives as played by Hayek, Maya Rudolph, and Maria Bello. Even though there’s a lot of talent in this cast, I’m not convinced that this will be a laugh out loud comedy. Sandler’s films haven’t been that hilarious as of late and this one looks like more of the same.

Here’s the international trailer for Grown Ups

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What do you think of the trailer? Does the movie look funny?