Seann William Scott talked to OTRC.com at the "Movie 43" premiere on January 23, 2012, gushing that the star-studded comedy film is ... offensive.
"Honestly, the movie is really funny," Scott told OTRC.com at the premiere. "I think people are going to be pretty psyched, pretty offended. That's what I try to do, is offend people and I think I'm in one of the most offensive movies, in an awesome way, ever."
The film, which was produced by Peter Farrelly, took four years to make and follows 25 different short comedic storylines directed by 12 different directors, including Farrelly, Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill, Steve Carr, Rusty Cundieff, James Duffy, Griffin Dunne, Patrik Forsberg, James Gunn, Bob Odenkirk and Brett Ratner.
The star-studded cast includes Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts, Richard Gere, Terrence Howard, Chloe Moretz, Anna Faris, Kieran Culkin, Kristen Bell, Gerard Butler, Kate Bosworth, Liev Schreiber, and Uma Thurman. The film deals with some very adult matters including STDS, taboo sex acts, racism and questionable parenting.
"Dark Shadows" actress Moretz also caught up with OTRC at the premiere, and expressed her admiration for her segment's director, Banks.
"I love Elizabeth Banks ... and Jimmy Bennett, and it was just a really fun group of people," Moretz explained. "It was really funny because we shot it on Elizabeth and I's birthday, February 10th - and the day before, February 9th, is Jimmy Bennet's birthday - so the whole time it was just like birthday after birthday after birthday it was really cute, it was fun."
The red-band trailer for Peter Farrelly's 'Movie 43' debuted on October 3, 2012, and featured Halle Berry, Emma Stone and Kate Winslet. One particularly cringe-worthy plotline featured in the trailer was Watts and Schreiber, who portrayed two parents trying to make their child's homeschooling experience as torturous as real high school.
"Movie 43" hit theaters on January 25, 2013. Watch the trailer below (WARNING: trailer contains nudity and explicit language. NSFW).