The trailer has finally been released for the long-awaited sequel to 2011's The Inbetweeners Movie, The Inbetweeners 2. Jay, Simon, Neil and Will are back for another round of lewd, rude and cringe-worthy hijinks...but this time they're Down Under.

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The Sequel Sees The Guys Applying Their Very Unique Girl-Charming Skills Down Under.

Yes indeed, after the last movie was set mainly in Malia where the guys ventured for their summer holiday, the sequel will be based in Australia as the boys take a gap year before embracing their lives as adults. "You know why they call it Down Under?" says Jay. "'Cause that's where your face spends most of the time."

And so forth. Simon (Joe Thomas), Will (Simon Bird) and Neil (Blake Harrison) decide to pay Jay (James Buckley) a visit on his gap year in Australia. They rent an explicitly-decorated but still naff car called "The Mobile Virgin Conversion Unit" and take to the beaches, roads and outback of Oz in search of Aussie girls to ogle.

Set after the exploits of the first film, we see that of the romances the guys embarked on during their holiday, only Simon's has lasted. However, Lucy (Tamla Kari) is a little clingy and is irrationally paranoid Simon will cheat on her whilst he's away.

Whilst Simon struggles to dump his overbearing girlfriend, the other guys set about applying their effortless "charm" and "magnetism" to anything without a 'y' chromosome. Of course, Simon, Jay and Neil still find Will's mum hot, which makes for some interesting Skype chats, and Jay is still full of the same revolting sexual metaphors.

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The first movie seemed to be wrapped up pretty neatly by the end, leaving doubts over whether a sequel would be attempted. However, the comedy's unprecedented box office success and popularity lead producers and cast to begin to court the idea of more. TV series creators Damon Beesley and Iain Morris have taken over from Ben Palmer to direct the second movie and have also written the script.

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The trailer was debuted on Facebook this morning by the official Inbetweeners page. "We're especially happy with the trailer as we think it's funny and - we promise - none of the best jokes are in it. None. We did that so that hopefully you'll still get surprised in the cinema, and enjoy the film even more," read the caption, which naturally set fans' expectations high for the movie's rapidly approaching August release.

The Inbetweeners 2 will be released on the 6th August.

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Expect Tonnes More Cringing, Laughs & Cheers In The Second 'Inbetweeners' Movie.