Does it seem like the Judd Apatow fraternity of comedians have been keeping a low profile, lately? Well that changes now that the internet has been hit with the trailer for 'Get Him to the Greek.'

The spin-off sequel to 2008's sleeper hit 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' shines the spotlight on pompous British rocker Aldous Snow, played by Russell Brand, and his co-star Jonah Hill. In 'Sarah Marshall,' Hill played an hospitality industry super-fan; this time around he plays a music label intern who has 72 hours to get the wild rocker from England to Los Angeles, in order to perform an important anniversary concert at the famed Greek Theater. (Recap: Brand = same character, Hill = new character.) Does it seem like the Judd Apatow fraternity of comedians have been keeping a low profile lately? Well that changes now that the internet has been hit with the trailer for 'Get Him to the Greek.'

The spin-off sequel to 2008's sleeper hit 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' shines the spotlight on pompous British rocker Aldous Snow, played by Russell Brand, and co-stars Jonah Hill. In 'Sarah Marshall,' Hill played an hospitality industry super-fan; this time around he plays a music label intern who has 72 hours to get the wild rocker from England to Los Angeles, in order to perform an important anniversary concert at the famed Greek Theater. (Recap: Brand = same character, Hill = new character.)

And what international road trip wouldn't be complete without cliff-jumping, car wrecks, and a little bit of vomit?


'Greek' is helmed by Nicholas Stoller, who also directed 'Sarah Marshall' -- on top of writing this latest installment in Judd Apatow-produced buddy comedies. And it looks like this movie has even more fun with the Hill-Brand chemistry that stole so many scenes in the first film, not to mention a few more scenes involving partying, drinking and ... partying. The flick also features a slew of music world heavyweights; believe us, P. Diddy is only the beginning. (Or is he just called "Diddy" now?)

'Get Him to the Greek' is scheduled to be released June 4, 2010.