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This week in trailers: 'The Hangover Part II' behaves badly, 'Paul' and 'Bad Teacher' ask you to pardon their French

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hangover2_180.jpg?w=180&h=135Time to plug in the headphones, folks: There’s enough bad language in this week’s trailers to make your coworkers think you’ve got Andrew Dice Clay hiding out in your cubicle. (So that’s where he is!) First up, a teaser for The Hangover Part II — 100 percent profanity-free, but still dirty-feeling enough that you might want to Purell your monitor after you take a gander. Next, we’ve got Seth Rogen and Cameron Diaz respectively swearing up a blue streak in red band spots for Paul and Bad Teacher, both of which star horny, preternaturally skinny creatures looking for a good time. Finally, wash that raunch down with a palate-cleansing sci-fi trio of clips from Apollo 18, Source Code, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

The Hangover Part II (May 26)

The wolfpack (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis) is back for another round of debauch — this time in Thailand. And with a monkey.

‘The Hangover Part II’ trailer: Three men and a monkey

Paul (March 18)

Seth Rogen voices a trash-talking alien in this comedy from director Greg Mottola (Superbad). Disclaimer: This red band trailer is NSFW. (In case you’re not familiar, than acronym stands for “Nicely Stuffed with F Words.”)

‘Paul’ red band trailer: Seth Rogen’s alien is a baller

Bad Teacher (June 24)

Cameron Diaz is a stoner sexpot teacher who thinks she needs breast implants to seduce the new sub (Justin Timberlake). Because, you know, she’s hot, but it’s not like she’s Cameron Dia… oh, wait.

‘Bad Teacher’ red-band trailer: Cameron Diaz drops F-bombs all over the place

Apollo 18 (April 22)

This sci-fi thriller claims to be found footage of a secret 1973 moon landing gone terribly wrong. Like, worse than the time they ran out of Tang.

‘Apollo 18’: Details on the super-secret new sci-fi flick — EXCLUSIVE

Source Code (March 11)

A government agent (Jake Gyllenhaal) travels back in time repeatedly to solve a crime on a train. Working title: Wait! I Almost Got It!

‘Source Code’ teaser trailer: Train jumping, time traveling, and pretty blue eyes

Transformers: Dark of the Moon (July 1)

A new trailer for the Michael Bay mega-movie includes a peek at a NASCAR-themed robot. Tailgater-bot sold separately.

‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ Daytona 500 trailer: There’s a NASCAR-bot?

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