New 'Vacation' Trailer Introduces Christina Applegate's College Alter Ego: "Debbie Do Anything"

The Griswolds' youngest son threatens to shoot his older brother in the latest, NSFW look at the Warner Bros. reboot.

The latest red band look at Warner Bros. upcoming Vacation reboot introduces the audience to the new Griswold family, bad behavior and all.

In the new, mature-audience trailer for the R-rated comedy, viewers (and Ed Helms' Rusty Griswold) learns that his wife (Christina Applegate) had a wild college alter ego, nicknamed "Debbie Do Anything."

The younger generation of her sorority sisters are thrilled to meet the racy girl they've heard about. But when she admonishes them for "idolizing very bad behavior," they turn on her.

"I had a feeling she was all hype," one of the girls says. "I didn't mean it like that. I just mean, you're old."

The latest trailer also features more clips of the vicious bullying unleashed by the youngest Griswold (Kevin) on his older brother (James). Specifically when the Griswolds talk about visiting Uncle Stone (Chris Hemsworth's character, who's married to Leslie Mann's Audrey Griswold), the boys ask if they can ride his horse and shoot his gun. Yes to the former, no to the latter.

"Too bad," Kevin, who asked about the gun, tells James, who asked about the horse. "I would have shot you right off of that f—ing horse."

The trailer also includes a longer look at the "rim job" scene and shots of Rusty and Debbie trying to scrub a spray-painted penis off of their crazy new car.

In the reboot of the Chevy Chase classic, the grown-up Rusty Griswold brings his family along on a redo of his family's trip to Walley World. The movie, written and directed by Jonathan M. Goldstein and John Francis Daley (Horrible Bosses, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2) hits theaters on July 29.

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