Post-Production, Aubrey Plaza

Ewan McGregor, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Goldblum, Oliver Platt, Olivia Munn, Paul Bettany, Aubrey Plaza, and Johnny Depp. With a cast like that, MORTDECAI should be one of the most buzzed about films of 2015. So, why does it feel like a massive flop waiting to happen? I found the first trailer to be funny in a broad sort of way, but this new international trailer makes me feel like this is a rehash of JOHNNY... Read More...

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Studio Ghibli's 'From Up on Poppy Hill' Gets English-Language Voice Cast, Includes Curtis, Howard, Hendricks

From Up on Poppy Hill
feedproxy.google.com – Studio Ghibli's latest film "From Up on Poppy Hill" looks to be a subtle, melancholic coming-of-age tale reminiscent of some of Ghibli's finest dramas, such as "Whisper of the Heart" and "Only Yesterday." The sprawling American voice cast for the film has just been announced, and includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Ron Howard, Beau Bridges, Christina Hendricks, Chris Noth and Aubrey Plaza.

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Maggie Carey's 'The To Do List' to Hit Theaters on Valentine's Day

Maggie Carey
feedproxy.google.com – CBS Films financed the ensemble comedy, set in the 1990s, and holds worldwide rights. 8 years 4 weeks ago via brucelee
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FilmDistrict Picks Up 'Safety Not Guaranteed' at Sundance

thewrap.com – FilmDistrict has picked up the Sundance favorite "Safety Not Guaranteed," the company said Monday. It plans to release the movie this summer. 8 years 35 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Aubrey Plaza Says 'Charlie Swan III" Is Set In A "Fantasy Version Of The '70s"

fb.indiewire.com – Filmmaker Roman Coppola is no stranger to chroncling strange corners of some seminal cultural decades. While he's spent the last decade assisting friends and family like Sofia, Francis Ford Coppola and Wes Anderson (he co-wrote the upcoming "Moonrise Kingdom") his vastly underrated directorial debut, "CQ," is a hilarious and wonderfully weird look at the '60s, filtered through the black and white solipsism of the French New Wave and the wacky, outre aesthetic of spy films like "Danger Diabolik" and cornball sci-fi like "Barbarella." 8 years 35 weeks ago via jetli
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