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‘Stan Against Evil’ Exclusive Teaser: John McGinley Stars as a Gruff Sheriff Who Has To Fight Demons In New IFC Series

29 July 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Though there’s no shortage of horror TV shows these days — “The Walking Dead,” “American Horror Story,” “Penny Dreadful,” “Black Mirror,” “Ash vs Evil Dead,” etc. — a new one in the works could add a unique spin on the genre. The upcoming IFC series “Stan Against Evil” follows Stanley Miller (John McGinley), a gruff, aging New England sheriff who recently lost his position after an angry outburst at his wife’s funeral. Though Miller isn’t exactly accepting or kind towards newcomers, he meets the new sheriff Evie Barret (Janet Varney) who opens his eyes to the plague of angry demons haunting the town. Miller begrudgingly joins an alliance with Barret to stop the demon threat once and for all. Watch an exclusive teaser for the series below.

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The series is the brainchild of Dana Gould, who previously served »

- Vikram Murthi

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‘Stan Against Evil’ Exclusive Teaser: John McGinley Stars as a Gruff Sheriff Who Has To Fight Demons In New IFC Series

29 July 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Though there’s no shortage of horror TV shows these days — “The Walking Dead,” “American Horror Story,” “Penny Dreadful,” “Black Mirror,” “Ash vs Evil Dead,” etc. — a new one in the works could add a unique spin on the genre. The upcoming IFC series “Stan Against Evil” follows Stanley Miller (John McGinley), a gruff, aging New England sheriff who recently lost his position after an angry outburst at his wife’s funeral. Though Miller isn’t exactly accepting or kind towards newcomers, he meets the new sheriff Evie Barret (Janet Varney) who opens his eyes to the plague of angry demons haunting the town. Miller begrudgingly joins an alliance with Barret to stop the demon threat once and for all. Watch an exclusive teaser for the series below.

Read More: The Films of Oliver Stone, Ranked Worst to Best

The series is the brainchild of Dana Gould, who previously served »

- Vikram Murthi

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Flashback: 'Office Space' Gleefully Mocks Michael Bolton

30 June 2016 9:13 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

When Office Space hit theaters in February of 1999, it took in a paltry $4.2 million in its first weekend, landing in eighth place behind such widely-forgotten turkeys as My Favorite Martian, Blast From The Past, Message in a Bottle and Payback. Writer/director Mike Judge had proven himself in television with Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill, but this seemed like it would end his foray into movies and live-action work before it really began.

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Exclusive Interview: John Gallagher Jr. Talks 10 Cloverfield Lane and Hush

14 June 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

A bunker could be a sanctuary or a prison in 10 Cloverfield Lane. With Paramount Home Media Distribution releasing the film on a Blu-ray / DVD / Digital HD combo pack today, Daily Dead had the opportunity to speak with actor John Gallagher Jr., who plays Emmett in the film, about improvising with Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Goodman, unknowingly becoming a part of the Cloverfield franchise, and his respective roles in Hush and The Belko Experiment, the latter of which he refers to as “Office Space meets The Purge.”

Can you tell me how you got involved with this project? My understanding was that it wasn’t initially a Cloverfield movie, so what attracted you to this story and character?

John Gallagher Jr.: I checked my email one day, and saw that my agent had sent me a script to take a look at. The working title was Valencia, but then there was a parenthetical that said, “aka The Cellar.” I was intrigued by both of the titles, and I started to see some of the names that were involved, and of course, you can’t help but have a name like J.J. Abrams leap out at you when you’re looking at that.

I finished the script and I thought it was amazing, and then I met the director, Dan Trachtenberg. We hit it off, and I could tell that he had a great vision for the movie, and I believed that he could do it, and then I saw a short film that he made that proved to me that he absolutely had a lot of vision and some serious chops. For someone who had never made a feature film before, I totally believed that he had it in him to do it.

Then I found out that John Goodman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead had signed on, and my first thought was, “I don’t think you could find two better people for those roles.” They’re pitch-perfect. I’ve been a big fan of both of theirs for years, and absolutely believed that they would do some fantastic things for the roles. Then I sent in an audition tape and crossed my fingers that I would get the gig, and I did, and it was as much of a joy as it was reading it. Making the movie itself was absolutely a joy. It was so much fun.

At the time, I had no idea that I was signing up to be part of the legacy of Cloverfield, and that I would be in the spiritual successor to the film. I had no clue that any of that was coming. Even after we wrapped the movie, I didn’t find out for about another year that we had entered into the “Cloververse”, as it’s been referred to in the past. I just thought I was lucky enough to be in one thing, and then it turned out that I was lucky enough to be in this whole other thing. It was such a roller coaster ride, and a total organic series of surprises, being involved in it.

Some of my favorite scenes had to be when the three of you were having dinner. It really is a testament to how great all three of you are as actors and how well you jelled. Can you talk about how the three of you worked together on those scenes? Was it pretty much all in the script or was there a lot of improv?

John Gallagher Jr.: We would get drafts as we were getting closer and closer to shooting it, and things would get rewritten here and there, but in every draft there was one version of this dinner scene gone wrong, of these three people trying to sit down and have what, in the frame, initially looks like an ideal family dinner. Of course it isn’t, and it devolves rather quickly.

We didn’t have any rehearsal going into the movie. We’d just get there on the day of and talk through the scene. Dan totally encouraged us to improvise with each other, and in fact, some of the stuff that I say to John, and some of the conversations I have with Mary, is stuff that got improvised.

We started referencing board games in that [dinner] scene, which was in the script, but then Dan was like, “just keep going, and just throw in different board games and start to improvise about the board games we played,” and so Mary started talking about Trouble and the Pop-o-Matic bubble, and then I started talking about Operation, and we just kept going off of that with each other. There are things in that scene that actually ended up being improvised moments that they ended up keeping when they were editing it together. Those were some of my favorite moments, shooting those scenes where we really just got to sit and talk to each other.

Genre audiences got to see some different sides of you this year, as you starred in two very different types of roles for 10 Cloverfield Lane and Hush. As an actor, what types of roles do you look for to challenge yourself? How important is it to take on roles that are less comfortable for you?

John Gallagher Jr.: It really just begins with the script. If there’s something about it that jumps out at me and feels original and exciting, that’s something that I would like to see. The truth is that I don’t necessarily want to be recognized as a personality, as somebody watching a movie and going, “Oh, here’s that guy again, cool, I like this guy.” I’d rather have people go, “Wait, is that the guy from that other thing?” I like to change and evolve and challenge myself, and hopefully surprise myself in the end, and I like to do things that are a little scary. It’s really terrifying to have that feeling where you go, “Oh my god, can I do this? I don’t know if I can do this, but I’m going to try, because I want to try.”

I finished Cloverfield in November or December, and then in February or March, I got a call saying that this script had come in, and Mike Flanagan had offered me the role of a masked, nameless, psychotic serial killer with no background or motive, and I thought, “Why did they want me to do this?” I’ve never done anything like this. I’ve wanted to. I had to try to convince people to let me play bad guys for years, and nobody ever took the bait. Mike Flanagan, who wrote and directed Hush, asked me if I would, and I totally leapt at the chance. He was like, “I think we should give you a tattoo, shave your head, and I said, “Sounds great, sign me up. Let’s go to the barber right now.” Let’s find out a way to make this character seem scary, but also real in a sense.

I felt really, really lucky that I got to do such different things back-to-back that people have been digging this year.

After Hush and 10 Cloverfield Lane, a lot of people are wondering what’s next for you. Do you have any genre projects coming up?

John Gallagher Jr.: I’m doing a play on Broadway right now with Jessica Lange and Michael Shannon and Gabriel Byrne. We’re doing Long Day’s Journey into Night, the Eugene O’Neill play, and we’ve only got two and a half more weeks left of doing it, but we’ve been doing it since April.

Then, I filmed a movie last year called The Belko Experiment that’s an MGM film written by James Gunn, who wrote and directed Guardians of the Galaxy, among other great things that he’s done, and directed by Greg McLean, who directed the Wolf Creek movies, which are these really freaky Australian horror movies.

We shot that last year in Colombia, and that’s got a great cast: Tony Goldwyn, John C. McGinley, Michael Rooker, David Dastmalchian, Rusty Schwimmer, Brent Sexton, lots of really fantastic actors. It’s a huge ensemble. I would describe it as Office Space meets The Purge.

It’s funny, I did a lot of dramas and small, character-based indie films in the last year, and then somehow, last year I ended up doing three genre pictures back-to-back, which was a total surprise to me, but it’s been an absolute joy working in that field, because it’s the kind of movies that I’ve been watching since I was a teenager, so it’s been really fun to start working a little bit more in that medium.

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- Jonathan James

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Best Military Movies To Watch on June 6, D-Day

6 June 2016 3:44 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

June 6, 1944. Today marks the 72nd anniversary of D-Day.

On June 7th, Paramount Home Media Distribution will release director Michael Bay’s remarkable 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi.

Hailed as “powerful” (Kyle Smith, New York Post), “engrossing” (Soren Andersen, Seattle Times) and “full of explosive action” (Dan Casey, Nerdist), the film arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand this Tuesday. (Review)

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi tells the incredible true story of six elite ex-military operators who fought to protect the CIA against overwhelming odds when terrorists attacked a U.S. diplomatic compound on September 11, 2012. The film stars John Krasinski (TV’s “The Office”), James Badge Dale (World War Z) and Pablo Schreiber (TV’s “Orange is the New Black”), and is based on the nonfiction novel 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi by New York Times best-selling author Mitchell Zuckoff with »

- Movie Geeks

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IFC Reveals New Comedy Shows in Development

25 April 2016 4:41 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

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At the Upfront presentation, IFC announced it has eight new comedies in development. The projects hail from talent including Bryan Cranston, Steven Weber, Allison Anders, Above Average, and Sharon Horgan. These projects join previously announced development series Jon Benjamin’s 100 Erotic Nights and The Jim Norton Project (working title).

The new comedy TV shows in development at IFC are: Todd Barth Can Help You, Canterbury Tales, Detective Lady, How to Rig an Election, Grand Lake, Laughs in Translation, Living With Yourself, and This Land Is Ours.

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- TVSeriesFinale.com

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IFC Developing Comedy Projects with Bryan Cranston, Steven Weber, Sharon Horgan

21 April 2016 11:49 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

IFC is cooking up a new comedy series “Todd Barth Can Help You,” co-created by Bryan Cranston and Steven Weber, with Weber on board to star.

The AMC Networks outlet unveiled that project and seven other development prospects at its luncheon upfront presentation in New York on Thursday. The cabler is also investing more in digital series, some of which will get an on-air showcase in latenight under the “Comedy Crib” brand.

“Todd Barth” revolves around a conservative insurance adjuster who decides to change his life and become a self-help guru. Cranston created the series with Weber and Clay Graham. Graham is writing and exec producing with Cranston, Weber and James Degus of Cranston’s Moonshot Entertainment banner.

This Land is Ours” follows a group of anarchist squatters who take over an abandoned row house in Harlem. The project was created by Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan (HBO’s “Getting On”) and hails from Merman, »

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John C. McGinley to star in horror comedy Stan Against Evil

19 April 2016 8:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Former Scrubs star John C. McGinley has signed on for the lead in Stan Against Evil, a new horror comedy series from writer-producer Dana Gould (The Simpsons). McGinley will be joined in the cast of the eight-episode series by Janet Varney (The Legend of Korra).

The show, which will air on IFC, sees McGinley as “Stanley Miller, a malcontented sheriff of a New Hampshire town who loses his job after an outburst at his wife’s funeral. He is recruited, begrudgingly, by the new sheriff, Evie Barret (Varney), to join forces with her to fight a plague of demons that haunt their hamlet.”

Stan Against Evil is set to premiere in the fall.

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- Gary Collinson

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Stan Against Evil: Scrubs Star Cast in IFC Comedy Series

19 April 2016 2:57 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

There's a new sheriff in town. Scrubs' John C. McGinley is set to star as disgruntled former Sheriff Stanley Miller in the Stan Against Evil TV series on IFC. A comedy horror, Stan Against Evil also stars Janet Varney as Evie Barret. Evie is the new sheriff as well as Stan's partner in crime.

Written and produced by Dana Gould and executive produced by Tom Lassally (3 Arts), Frank Scherma and Justin Wilkes (RadicalMedia), eight episodes are planned for the first season of Stan Against Evil on IFC. Principal photography begins in Atlanta, this June, with an eye toward a fall 2016 premiere.

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TV News Roundup: HBO Sets ‘Ballers’ Season 2 Premiere Date, ‘Penny Dreadful’ Actor Cast in Shondaland Pilot

19 April 2016 1:54 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Penny Dreadful” newcomer Shazad Latif will appear in a guest role on Shondaland’s “Still Star-Crossed” pilot. Plus, HBO has announced new premiere dates, including the second season of Dwayne Johnson’s “Ballers.”

Casting:

Shazad Latif has been cast in Shondaland’s Romeo and Juliet-inspired pilot “Still Star-Crossed,” Variety has learned exclusively. He will play Tybalt Capulet, appearing in a guest role.

Based on Melinda Taub’s 2013 book of the same name, “Still Star-Crossed” picks up after Romeo and Juliet’s tragic ending. The love story follows the conflict between the Capulets and the Montages in the wake of their deaths.

Up next, Latif will join Season 3 of Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful,” playing Dr. Jekyll. He is repped by Principal Entertainment and Lou Coulson & Associates.

IFC has cast John C. McGinley in its new comedy-horror series “Stan Against Evil.” The “Scrubs” actor will star as Stanley Miller, a disgruntled policeman »

- Alyssa Sage, Rick Kissell and Elizabeth Wagmeister

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TV News: Gotham, HBO, Travelers, Aquarius, Stan

19 April 2016 12:21 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Gotham

Batman villain Azrael makes his debut on next week's episode of Fox's "Gotham" as both the Theo Galavan and Dr. Hugo Strange storylines intertwine in the last few remaining episodes of the show's second season. Today the network has released a full 3.5 minute trailer for the episode - summing up scenes from the previous few episodes along with offering an extended look at the next few which kick off May 2nd.

HBO

HBO has confirmed several premiere dates today including the eight-part limited mystery drama "The Night Of" on July 10th, along with the second season premiere of "Ballers" and the series premiere of the comedy "Vice Principals" back-to-back on July 17th. "Ballers" gets ten episodes while 'Principals' will get nine. [Source: HBO]

Travelers

Netflix and Showcase have announced the start of production on the new original Netflix time-traveling sci-fi series "Travelers" which has begun shooting in Vancouver. Eric McCormack, Mackenzie Porter »

- Garth Franklin

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TVLine Items: Blacklist Casts Banshee Star, Good Wife Fave's Pilot and More

18 April 2016 3:10 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

We’ve known for several weeks that The Blacklist would be casting a new big bad with disconcerting ties to Red — and now, we can put a face to the character description.

Banshee actor Ulrich Thomsen has been cast as Alexander Kirk, a multi-national businessman who runs a global energy empire, EW.com reports.

RelatedThe Blacklist Star ‘Shocked’ By Tragic Twist: ‘I Loved Working With [Spoiler]’

As TVLine exclusively reported in March, Kirk plans to use his power and resources to strike back against longtime nemesis Red — and their tense history connects Kirk to an intimate, shocking secret from Red’s past. »

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John C. McGinley To Topline IFC Comedy-Horror Series ‘Stan Against Evil’

18 April 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Scrubs alum John C. McGinley is set as the lead in Stan Against Evil, IFC’s new scripted comedy-horror series from writer Dana Gould. Also cast in the show, which has an eight-episode order for a fall premiere, is actress-comedian Janet Varney (You're the Worst). Stan Against Evil follows Stanley Miller (McGinley), a sour, aging bulldog of a New England police sheriff who has recently lost his position as head honcho due to an angry outburst at a most inappropriate moment… »

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VOD Vault #3 – Get a Job / Blood Rush

10 April 2016 1:10 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Welcome to week three of VOD Vault, where we take a look at another bunch of direct-to-market releases, many of which hit iTunes and the supermarket shelves without fanfare, walking you – our readers – down the fine line between spending your money wisely, or throwing it away on another slice of Dtv dross. Up this week are two films on the opposite end of the cinematic spectrum: Get a Job, a long-delayed rom-com starring Anna Kendrick and Miles Teller; and claustrophobic horror Blood Rush.

Get A Job

Stars: Anna Kendrick, Alison Brie, Miles Teller, Bryan Cranston, Cameron Richardson, Greg Germann, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, Nicholas Braun, John C. McGinley, Jorge Garcia, John Cho, Bruce Davidson | Directed by Dylan Kidd

Life after college graduation is not exactly going as planned for Will (Teller) and Jillian (Kendrick) who find themselves lost in a sea of increasingly strange jobs, perpetual unemployment and adulthood angst. »

- Phil Wheat

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The Scrubs Cast Reunited on Easter, and a Bunny Was Involved

28 March 2016 9:36 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Happy Scrubs Easter! #family A photo posted by Christa Miller (@christabmiller) on Mar 27, 2016 at 3:41pm Pdt The cast of Scrubs just gave you an adorable Easter gift: a reunion! Zach Braff, Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, and Christa Miller got together on Sunday, six years after the end of the series. The group shot is cute enough, but look at Braff posing with a bunny! This is just one of the many bro-mantic reasons to love BFFs Faison and Braff. Check out the pictures, and silently pray for Netflix to produce a Scrubs reboot. Happy Easter. A photo posted by Zach Braff (@zachbraff) on Mar 27, 2016 at 11:23am Pdt »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Scrubs Cast Reunites for an Easter Celebration

28 March 2016 8:05 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Easter Sunday typically brings families together to celebrate over a delicious brunch and springtime weather, and that's exactly what happened for one former television family. Yes, the cast of Scrubs—who can definitely consider themselves a family after nine years spent filming together—reunited over the weekend to celebrate the holiday, taking a photo that sent their fans into a whirlwind of excitement. Christa Miller took to Instagram to share the pic with Zach Braff, Donald Faison and John McGinley. "Happy Scrubs Easter! #family," Miller captioned the reunion photo with everyone dressed in their Sunday best, six years after the show's end. The day appeared to be »

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Movie Review – Get a Job (2016)

26 March 2016 5:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Get a Job, 2016.

Directed by Dylan Kidd.

Starring Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Nicholas Braun, Brandon T. Jackson, Alison Brie, Jorge Gargia, Jay Pharoah, Bruce Davison, Ravi Patel, Aaron Hill, Seth Morris, Marc Maron, John C. McGinley, Marcia Gay Harden, Greg Germann, Cameron Richardson, and John Cho.

Synopsis:

Life after college graduation is not exactly going as planned for Will and Jillian who find themselves lost in a sea of increasingly strange jobs. But with help from their family, friends and coworkers they soon discover that the most important (and hilarious) adventures are the ones that we don’t see coming.

Get a Job‘s very first joke is a freeze-frame shot of Miles Teller’s character as a child, surrounded by his family on the toilet after dropping his first deuce, delivering a voiceover monologue about receiving congratulations and physical rewards for every non-accomplishment in life. »

- Robert Kojder

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Film Review: ‘Get a Job’

25 March 2016 4:55 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Hectic but unfunny, “Get a Job” has had a difficult history: It was shot four years ago but sat on the shelf, presumably due to big changes at CBS Films. That means its satire of employment-world anxiety is already somewhat dated, though on the plus side, its various cast members (including then-little-known lead Miles Teller) have since seen their marquee value strengthen. Not much of that will matter, however, as the pic’s strenuously misfired mix of broadly treated social issues and uninspired comedic raunch is being kick-dropped with little fanfare into VOD platforms and scattered theatrical gigs by Lionsgate Premiere. The roll call of familiar on-screen talents should make this a decent home-format seller, though it’s nobody’s finest hour.

The first produced screenplay by Kyle Pennekamp and Scott Turpel may well have seemed bright and busy on paper, but the end result looks all too much like »

- Dennis Harvey

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New to Streaming: ‘The Revenant,’ ‘James White,’ ‘A Brighter Summer Day,’ ‘The Pearl Button,’ and More

25 March 2016 8:37 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Baskin (Can Evrenol)

It starts off with a late night dinner scene between a quintet of cops telling crazy stories and losing their temper with the help straight out of a Tarantino movie and continues on its descent to hell with a writhing, mashing, sexual bloodletting orgy calling to mind E. Elias Merhige’s Begotten. This is Can Evrenol‘s debut feature Baskin (adapted from his »

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Miles Teller shines in the long delayed comedy “Get a Job”

21 March 2016 7:55 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

For literally years now, I’d been looking forward to seeing Get a Job, the new (or newish, in this case now) film from Dylan Kidd. Last week, after an incredibly long delay/time spent sitting on the shelf, I finally saw the flick, which will be hitting theaters this Friday. I’m thrilled to report that it’s good stuff too, fully underserving of the fate it had been stuck with up until now. Honestly, even if it were terrible, I still don’t understand why it never was released. Director Dylan Kidd was a promising up and coming indie filmmaker, leading man Miles Teller has become a bigger and bigger star, and the supporting cast has the likes of Allison Brie, Bryan Cranston, and especially Anna Kendrick in it. That sounds more like a big time studio comedy than an ignored indie, right? Throw in how timely a »

- Joey Magidson

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