This makes Meet the Parents look like a walk in the park.

A trailer for 20th Century Fox's Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates debuted after Super Bowl 50 Sunday during CBS' The Late Late Show With James Corden. Adam DeVine and Zac Efron play the titular characters, Mike and Dave, whose parents want to curb their sons' hard-partying ways. So, their dad, Burt (Stephen Root), lays down the law at a family meeting. "Over the years at our family gatherings, you two show up and you ruin it," he says. "I want you to bring a date to your sister's wedding. We don't want you two showing up stag and riling each other up."

The problem is, they don't have many prospects. Mike suggests placing an online ad, which catches the eye of a producer on The Wendy Williams Show. Alice (Anna Kendrick) and Tatiana (Aubrey Plaza) see the episode and decide to masquerade as the "nice girls" Mike and Dave said they were hoping to meet. "Let's make these guys take us to Hawaii," Tatiana says. After a makeover, they will look the part. Or, as Tatiana puts it, "We're gonna look respectable as f--k."

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates


In Alice and Tatiana, Mike and Dave have met their matches.

To catch their attention, Tatiana throws herself in front of a car, knowing that the brothers are nearby and will see the crash. When Mike rushes to her aid, he proudly yells, "I saved her life!"

This sets the girls' plan in motion—and who would've guessed?—they get two tickets to Hawaii.

Alice and Tatiana soon drop the "nice girls" act. Whether they're renting porn, smoking out of an apple bong or mooning wedding guests, their antics put Mike and Dave's behavior to shame.

"Who are these girls?" Mike asks.

Find out when Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates hits theaters July 8.

Jake Szymanski directed the comedy from a script by Andrew Jay Cohen and Brendan O'Brien. Stephanie Beard, Sam Richardson, Branscombe Richmond and Alice Wetterlund round out the cast.

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