Articles Tagged 'The Inbetweeners'


WATCH: New Clip From ‘The Inbetweeners 2’

It’s rare that we get the opportunity to show a clip from an Inbetweeners movie that we don’t have to preface with a warning about NSFW language or content, so we’re grasping that opportunity with both hands here. The Inbetweeners 2 is, unsurprisingly, the sequel to the smash hit 2011 comedy The Inbetweeners — itself a spinoff […]

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WATCH: NSFW Trailer For ‘The Inbetweeners 2’

Fans of The Inbetweeners probably do not need to be warned that this trailer contains, if not the really nasty bad swearing, then definitely some words and ideas that are adult in nature. And by ‘adult’, I mean ‘the very top end of teenage’ and not ‘thoughts concerning taxation and mortgages’. For everyone else, all […]

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Idris Elba ‘Would Do Anything’ In ‘Inbetweeners’ Sequel

Although the 2011 movie version of sitcom The Inbetweeners only saw a limited release in the U.S., it was nevertheless enough of a success – £57 million ($88 million) worth – in its homeland that a sequel outing was an inevitability. Simon Bird, who stars as Will McKenzie, recently confirmed that a second film was in development – […]

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Simon Bird Confirms ‘Inbetweeners’ Sequel

We have good news and good news. If you haven’t yet seen The Inbetweeners Movie it is now streaming on Netflix. So, you can get sped up with an instant queue. The second bit of good news is that Simon Bird, who plays Will McKenzie in the TV series and movie version, has confirmed there […]

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The Five Most Angst-Ridden British Teenagers Ever

Tomorrow night (6/6, and 10pm/9c) BBCAMERICA is showing the first episode of the unorthodox zombie teen drama In the Flesh, which features a young man called Keiron, who suffers from partially-deceased syndrome. Being dead has got to put a blight on your teenage years, right? I mean you may believe yourself to have suffered during […]

Is There An Inbetweeners Sequel On The Way?

It has long been understood that the story arc of (what we must now refer to as ‘the UK version of’) The Inbetweeners had reached a natural end point once the end credits rolled on the movie. There is nothing left to say, matters have reached a natural full stop, from which there is no […]

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