At the time, trailers for '80s action movies surely felt cool. The manly voiceover. The pithy catchphrases. The gaudy text on screen. Now, well, they feel… retro.
But hey, retro is always cool, which is why the makers of the upcoming buddy-action comedy Stuber have released a new trailer that re-imagines the marketing of the Dave Bautista-Kumail Nanjiani two-hander as a Lethal Weapon and Midnight Run-era release (watch exclusively above).
If you're new to Stuber-sphere: Nanjiani (The Big Sick) plays an Uber driver who's the one taken for a ride when he picks up a gun-ho cop (Guardians of the Galaxy's Bautista) hot on the trail of a killer.
Of course, we know they didn't have Uber in the '80s, because we're much more spoiled these days, but let's not split hairs. It's just a fun trailer remix.
Here are some exclusive new posters from the movie as well:
Written by Tripper Clancy and directed by Michael Dowse, Stuber also stars Natalie Morales, Iko Uwais and Karen Gillan. Get tickets for the film, which opens July 12, here.
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