‘Pain & Gain’ Red Band Trailer and Photos

Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson’s American dream is bigger than yours in director Michael Bay’s drama based on an incredible true story.

The red band trailer for director Michael Bay's Pain & Gain features an inappropriate politician (Ken Jeong), a man who has taken too many steroids (Anthony Mackie), and glimpses at Daniel Lugo (Mark Wahlberg) and Paul Doyle's (Dwayne Johnson) plan that goes horribly and hilariously awry. Based on a true story, this outrageous drama takes viewers inside the heart of a twisted American Dream, perpetrated by two bodybuilders who saw too many movies. Take a look at the latest footage, featuring plenty of R-rated language, dismembered body parts, and sexually-suggestive scenes, along with a new set of photos.

Pain & Gain Photo 1

Pain & Gain Photo 2

Pain & Gain Photo 3

Pain & Gain Photo 4

Pain & Gain Photo 5

Pain & Gain was released April 26th, 2013 and stars Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Anthony Mackie, Tony Shalhoub, Ed Harris, Rob Corddry, Bar Paly, Rebel Wilson. The film is directed by Michael Bay.

Sources: Yahoo! Movies

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Comments (12)

  1. Forrestgump1

    I feel if Micheal Bay's name was not attached it would be a different comment thread, its not what the director does its the WRITING. While Directing attributes a little bit overall id say its the writers who truly make the movie.

    2 years agoby @forrestgump1Flag

  2. Forrestgump1

    Am i the only one you actually found enjoyment out of this trailer? that gag at the end "i'll be your stepfather by the weekend" that was hilarious.

    2 years agoby @forrestgump1Flag

  3. Mr.K

    @bawnian-dexeus Pearl Harbor.... The most tragic film to ever be released into cinemas and by tragic, I mean that the movie Pearl Harbor was a complete insult to the real events of Pearl Harbor.

    2 years agoby @mr-kFlag

  4. Bawnian©-Dexeus

    @mr-k What he said. It's Michael Bay. This is the man who directed Pearl Harbor. True story and Michael Bay should not go together, at all.

    @narrator Agreed. Love his eye for action, but the rest, he just doesn't even toss a few bones. :/

    2 years agoby @bawnian-dexeusFlag

  5. CelluloidDreams

    Not feeling it!

    2 years agoby @2movieguysFlag

  6. Replicant

    @narrator Agreed. It's a shame because he did make a couple of decent films (The Rock, Transfomers 1, Bad Boys) and at least he has a much better sense of style than today's sh*tty blockbuster directors (the Jonathan Liebesman/Len Wiseman/Paul WS Anderson generation), if he only put some effort into the scripts instead of his stupid jokes we might've gotten another decent Bay entry.

    2 years agoby @felipe-11Flag

  7. Replicant

    From the first trailer I thought this might've been pretty good, for Bay at least, but now not so much...

    2 years agoby @felipe-11Flag

  8. the Narrator

    Well, that's classic Bay for you. One thing I can say about the guy is he knows who to alienate and who to attract. People who dislike his films with their usual flare and lack of substance will obviously hate this, while his fans will indulge in yet another muscle flexing, visually stimulating, blockbuster. I just wish he offered a little more intelligence with his films; some incentive for guys on the fence to get off the bench.

    2 years agoby @narratorFlag

  9. K.Guy

    @mr-k It actually did. I know the story. What you see here is complete Hollywood. Story is true, though

    2 years agoby @kguyFlag

  10. K.Guy

    Wow... when Bay returns to R rated films... this time he means business! lol

    2 years agoby @kguyFlag

  11. Mr.K

    So I'm supposed to believe that this events happen in real life? Yeah, I'm calling mayor bullsh*t on this one.

    2 years agoby @mr-kFlag

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