Raise your hand if you've seen The Hangover. Now raise your hand if you've seen The Hangover and cringed just a little bit, looking back on all those mornings you woke up and couldn't even begin to explain the previous night's events. Okay, good. You can all put your hands down now.
Hangover director Todd Phillips joins director Nima Nourizadeh to produce 2012's Project X, which is based on a similarly relatable premise: three high school seniors attempting to throw the greatest party of all time. But no great party comes without its casualties, and this one spirals unbelievably out of control, leaving a trail of next-level chaos. "Best party movie ever," says the trailer, quoting an anonymous audience member who attended a 2011 screening. Project X's official release date is March 2nd, but the film has teamed up with VICE for a 10-city pre-screening college tour. The tour includes a screening of the film and an exclusive after party for the 21+ crowd (sorry, youngsters) at Catacombs Bar tonight.
If the alleged "best party movie ever" isn't enough to draw you in, the afterparty certainly should be. The Boulder date features Pusha T, one-half of the infamous Virginia Beach rap duo Clipse. Signed to Kanye West’s label G.O.O.D Music, Pusha just released his debut solo album Fear of God II: Let Us Pray last November. The record features production by The Neptunes and guest spots from Rick Ross, Pharrell, Tyler, the Creator, and Kanye himself. Though it may not quite reach the proportions of Project X's party, this night is sure to get a little rowdy.