It wouldn't be 4/20 without a look at the brand-new stoner comedy, High School. And the debut of the film's red-band trailer gives us a feel of just what to expect when this movie rolls out on June 1. The plot focuses on a high school valedictorian (Matthew Bush) who smokes pot for the first time along with his friend. But he soon finds out afterwards that his school has just implemented a mandatory drug test for all of its students. So in an attempt to escape punishment, he hatches a plot to have the whole school fail the test by lacing some bake sale brownies with pot so the entire student body would get high.
It's a funny concept, but the footage really kicks into high gear when Bush and his friend go buy the pot from a deranged dealer, played by Adrien Brody. In what could be one of the actor's more memorable roles, Brody is as unhinged as ever here as the paranoid drug kingpin. He has the befuddled stare of a user and sits around all day arguing with his pet frog. We're not sure how the entire movie will play out just yet, but we can confidently say that Brody is easily going to steal the show.
High School will hit theaters on June 1.