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Colton Haynes warns Snapchat they’re about to see lots of skin

Just how much of Colton Haynes will audiences be seeing in the new film Rough Night?

The jury’s still out, but according to one inside source — a lot.

We’re inclined to trust this highly sensitive bit of intel, as it came from Haynes himself in the form of a Snapchat share.

Related: A romance for the ages: Colton Haynes and his boyfriend’s relationship as documented on Instagram

“I’m nervous because I may or may not have a lot of clothes on in this movie and I don’t know what made the trailer or not,” he told his followers. “So you guys might be seeing something soon.”

(If you’re inclined to follow Colton on Snapchat, his username is ‘c0ltonhaynes’.)

The red band trailer, released today, doesn’t quite deliver on Colton’s anticipation build-up. It does, however, look like it could be a positive turn-around in the “stupid comedy” genre, which seems to have been in steep decline lately:

If you watched that and thought “wait isn’t Colton Haynes supposed to be in this?”, you missed his brief appearance.

While there is a noticeable lack of that “something” Colton alluded to showing off, his one moment in the trailer does offer a promising clue:

There is simply no way Colton’s cop character doesn’t end up being a stripper.

Rough Night is billed as an “edgy R-rated comedy” and stars Jillian Bell, Ilana Glazer, Scarlett Johansson, Zoë Kravitz and Kate McKinnon as five besties from college who accidentally kill a male stripper (not played by Haynes) and must cover it up.

Comedy, we have to assume, ensues.

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  • DCguy

    Two Colton Haynes posts in a week? Really? So, apparently there are no other lgbt celebs to report on.

    • Eldred

      I’ve never seen so much whiny complaining than in Queerty comment sections.

    • Jack Meoff

      At least this post is because he has actually done something rather than just his self indulgent snapchat fodder.

    • DCguy

      @Eldred yes, of course, because all comments should absolutely be just stroking the ego of the blog.

      Just a guess, if the post had said one thing negative about Haynes, you would have set the comments section on fire with your whining.

    • Eldred

      “Just a guess, if the post had said one thing negative about Haynes, you would have set the comments section on fire with your whining.”

      No. None of my comments have ever been any whining or complaining. Good try, though.

  • Captain Obvious

    I love Illana and Zoe so I might suffer through the paint by numbers comedy we’ve already seen dozens of times.

  • gary69mike

    Didn’t read the entire article. I’d love to see more of him.

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