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Beastie Boys' "Revisited" Lineups Include Will Ferrell, Danny McBride, Jack Black, & More

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Wow. We are stunned, speechless and excited as hell, boyeeee! In anticipation for their next album The Hot Sauce Committee Part 2, the Beastie Boys just unleashed a trailer for what appears to be the most enjoyable music video in ages. Or most hilarious short movie based on a music video.

From what we gather -- and you can gather this too, when you watch the clip -- the Beastie Boys: Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood and Danny McBride get into an altercation with the Beastie Boys from the future: John C. Reilly, Will Ferrell and Jack Black.

Will Arnett, Ted Danson, Susan Saranden, Steve Buscemi and Rainn Wilson are also up in the mix. The video/film is based around the events that take place the day of 1986's "(You Gotta)Fight For Your Right To Party."

We can only assume that the future Beastie Boys come back in time to stop their younger versions from partying too hard. But the elders learn from the youngsters that they gotta keep partying on, no matter how old they are -- and break shit while tripping balls.

It premiered at Sundance this past January, can't wait to see it for ourselves in it's entirety.

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