In the film, couple records a sex tape that gets uploaded to the cloud and shared among their family and friends
There have been plenty of trailers from the upcoming Columbia Pictures comedy, “Sex Tape,” but the studio offered up a full clip to whet fans appetites for the sexually charged film. In the clip, Cameron Diaz works her magic as a seductress, immediately gaining the full attention of her husband, played by Jason Segel.
Sporting roller skates, Diaz rolls into the room wearing naught but panties and a white t-shirt. He's too excited to listen to her idea for their night without the kids.
That idea, however, leads to the main problem in the film. The couple films a sex tape for their own enjoyment, but it inadvertently gets uploaded to the cloud and shared among their friends and family. So how do they get it back?
Directed by Jake Kasdan from a screenplay Segel co-wrote with Kate Angelo and Nicholas Stoller, the film also stars Rob Corddry, Ellie Kemper and Rob Lowe. Media Rights Capital, Lstar Capital, Escape Artists produced the film, which will be released to theaters on July 18 by Columbia Pictures.