3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom

(2012)

3,2,1…Frankie go Boom offers a hysterical and subversive look at love, family and the perils and possibilities of modern technology.

‘3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom’ 'Rise' Red Band Music Video

‘3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom’ 'Rise' Red Band Music Video

Variance Films has released a bizarre, red band music video for 3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom, debuting on VOD formats September 10 before hitting theaters October 5. We're honestly not even sure if this qualifies for "music video" status, but it certainly is intriguing... and we're not sure what else to call it. Take a look at stars Charlie Hunnam, Chris Noth, Lizzy Caplan, Whitney Cummings, Nora Dunn, and Ron Perlman in this sexually-charged piece, featuring R-rated language aplenty.

3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom was released October 12th, 2012.

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‘3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom’ Trailer

‘3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom’ Trailer

Variance Films has released a teaser, the first trailer, and a new poster for 3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom, the bizarre new comedy from Jordan Roberts (Around the Bend). Sons of Anarchy stars Charlie Hunnam and Ron Perlman lead a diverse cast in this indie about two very different brothers, alongside Chris O'Dowd, Whitney Cummings, Lizzy Caplan, and Chris Noth. Check out the hilarity that ensues in these videos, including a look at Ron Perlman in drag, along with the one-sheet.

3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom follows Frank Bartlett (Charlie Hunnam) who has been tortured embarrassed and humiliated by his brother Bruce (Chris O'Dowd) - usually on film - for his entire life. Now that Bruce is finally off drugs and has turned his life around, things should be different. They are not. 3,2,1...Frankie Go Boom is a comedy about two brothers a girl with a broken heart, a sex tape, an angel and a pig.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ron Perlman Talks ‘Hellboy 3’ and ‘Frankie Go Boom’

Back in June, Hellboy comic book creator Mike Mignola indicated that Guillermo del Toro, who directed Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army, will not be back to direct Hellboy 3. Perhaps if enough of you "write your Congressman" as Ron Perlman requested, we may be able to change the director's mind.

Be sure to check back in the near future for my full interview with Ron Perlman.

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