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New Trailer for Ricky Gervais Cemetery Junction

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“So you really wanna see it? really wanna see it?” well below is the new trailer for Ricky Gervais new up coming comedy CEMETERY JUNCTION. Woke up late this morning and Ricky was on TV talking about this and the American version of the office and the presenters just rolled about with laughter I kept saying to myself “tell me when he cracks a joke because he’s not funny” Personally I dont like him, never did but I know many people do like him.

Cemetery Junction is an comedy set in 1970’s Southern England in the town of Reading (which is west of London) and 3 blue collar friends  feel trapped in the town with no where to go dreaming of escape. The threesome spend most of their time joking, drinking, fighting and of course chasing girls and are happy the way things are going. One of the three gets a job as a door to door salesman and he bumps into an old flame and the three must make choices that will change there lifes forever.

The movie also stars along with Ricky; Ralph Fiennes, Matthew Goode, Emily Watson, Felicity Jones, Christian Cooke and Jack Doolan. The has been co written and directed by Ricky’s best buddy Stephen Merchant and the movie is due to be released in U.K and Ireland on 7th April.

Personally I will be giving this a miss but as I said before Ricky does have a loyal hardcore bunch of fans who’ll love this. Dont expect Invention of Lying type “comedy” but more comedy with a dramatic twist.

source HeyUguys


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