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We have just been provided with some video clips and photos for the upcoming comedy How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, which opens in theaters October 3, 2008.
The movie stars Simon Pegg (of Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead fame) as a bumbling British celebrity journalist who accepts a job with a New York magazine and ends up annoying just about everyone he meets.
The videos on the Trailers & Videos page show him interacting with Kirsten Dunst's character, and in what will surely attract the attention of Transformers fans everywhere, a scene where Megan Fox gets wet in an evening gown.
The new photos primarily feature Megan Fox, so you can kind of tell where they're heading with the publicity for this one.
The movie is Rated R, so the younger set will have to get creative if they want to see this movie!
For more information about How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, please see the Information Page for the movie, where we have the full plot summary, additional cast members, links to the official web site and IMDb entry, as well as the aforementioned videos and photos.
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