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Seth Rogen and Zac Efron take on a wild sorority in new Neighbors 2 redband trailer

Prepare yourself for profanity, sex toys, and drug-addled co-eds. That’s right: The latest redband trailer for Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising is here. The new preview is every bit as NSFW as the first — and then some.

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Bringing back Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, and Zac Efron, Neighbors 2 returns to the neighborhood where Mac (played by Rogen) and Kelly (Byrne) live in relative peace and quiet after previously managing to force out a fraternity. Now expecting their second child, the couple plans to move to a new house as soon as they can sell their current home. Their problems, of course, begin with the arrival of a hard-partying sorority.

In the trailer, we see Mac and Kelly learn that the sale will close in 30 days, with their real estate agent quipping that they’ll be fine, “assuming another fraternity doesn’t move in next door.” While that’s not exactly what happens, the new sorority is just as bad, if not worse, and looks set to jeopardize any prospective sale. Believe it or not, not many people want to move into a house where there are, in the words of Mac, “20 psychopathic teenagers next door.”

Naturally, Mac and Kelly hatch a plan, and this time, they have the help of their once-time enemy Teddy (Efron), plus fellow returning cast members Jimmy (Ike Barinholtz), Paula (Carla Gallo), and Pete (Dave Franco). They’re not messing around — not only does the trailer show them trying to steal the girls’ stash of money so they can’t make rent, they even call up the girls’ parents. This doesn’t sit well with the sorority, led by Shelby (Chloe Grace Moretz), and they’re willing to fight just as dirty.

The comedy is directed by Nicholas Stoller, who helmed the film’s 2014 predecessor. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising opens in theaters on May 20.

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