James Franco Plays an Obnoxious "Internet Zillionaire" in New Red Band Trailer for 'Why Him?'

Starring Bryan Cranston as an “overprotective” dad.

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Back in June, the first official trailer for the forthcoming James Franco and Bryan Cranston comedy Why Him? emerged. A month before the movie is scheduled to hit theaters, a second teaser for the film has hit the internet. Further exploring the rift between James Franco’s obnoxious “internet zillionaire” character and the aggressively protective father played by Bryan Cranston, the second Why Him? vignette provides a glimpse of the many conflicts the pair will have. Ned’s (Bryan Cranston) daughter might be close to marrying Laird (James Franco), but it looks like it won’t go down without a fight.

You can check out the new trailer for Why Him? above and catch the movie in theaters when it lands on December 23.

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