Sex Drive

The folks at Summit Entertainment sent over this brand new poster for the film Sex Drive, which is being billed in the “spirit” of American Pie, The Sure Thing and Superbad. Well, to be fair, I should probably let the damn official synopsis tell you what it’s about:

Loveable underdog IAN (Josh Zuckerman) is the last American virgin. At least that’s how it feels to him now that he’s 18, about to go to college, and losing girls to his 14-year-old brother. Ian’s always been the nice guy, the best friend… never the boyfriend. But his luck finally seems to be changing when he meets DANIELLE. She’s everything he’s ever wanted in a girlfriend — fun, sexy, and she really likes him. There’s just one problem. She lives in Knoxville. And he lives in Chicago. And she thinks he’s the Brad Pitt lookalike he’s pretending to be on Facebook. At the urging of his best friend, LANCE (Clark Duke), Ian decides to confront his fear of rejection when Danielle makes him the offer of a lifetime: “If you drive all the way for me, I’ll go all the way for you.

And now, the poster:

Sex Drive Movie Poster

After seeing this poster, I was attempting to draw something interesting out of the whole thing, but all I can find to say about this movie (considering all I’ve seen is a poster) is a bunch of obvious, perverse jokes about phallic symbols and the hotness that is Amanda Crew. Therefore I will say that Sex Drive is due out in October and I will take my leave.


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