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Spc acquired North American rights from CAA.
RADiUS took Us rights to Ross Katz’s feature directorial debut Adult Beginners (pictured top left) starring Rose Byrne, Nick Kroll, Bobby Cannavale, Joel McHale, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Birbiglia, Jane Krakowski and Josh Charles.
The distributor plans a second quarter 2015 launch for the comedy after brokering the deal with Wme Global on behalf of the producers.
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RADiUS plans a second quarter 2015 launch for the comedy after brokering the deal with Wme Global on behalf of the producers.
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RADiUS proudly announced that it has acquired Us rights to the much buzzed about Adult Beginners which celebrated its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
A crowd pleaser with tremendous heart, Adult Beginners features a dream ensemble cast including Rose Byrne, Nick Kroll, Bobby Cannavale, Joel McHale, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Birbiglia, Jane Krakowski and Josh Charles and is directed by Oscar nominated producer Ross Katz (Lost In Translation) making his feature length directorial debut.
RADiUS has slated a theatrical release second quarter 2015.
In the film, a young, narcissistic entrepreneur (Kroll) crashes and burns on the eve of his company's big launch. With his entire life in total disarray, he leaves Manhattan to move in with his estranged pregnant sister (Byrne), brother-in-law (Cannavale) and 3-year-old nephew in his suburban childhood home - only to become their nanny. Adult Beginners is a comedy about priorities, growing up and beginning again. »
RADiUS announced today it has acquired Us rights to Adult Beginners, which celebrated its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film will be released in the second quarter of 2015.
Adult Beginners features a dream ensemble cast including Rose Byrne, Nick Kroll, Bobby Cannavale, Joel McHale, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Birbiglia, Jane Krakowski and Josh Charles and is directed by Oscar-nominated producer Ross Katz (Lost in Translation) making his feature length directorial debut. »
Radius has acquired U.S. rights to the comedy “Adult Beginners,” three days after its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Rose Byrne and Nick Kroll star along with Bobby Cannavale, Joel McHale, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Birbiglia, Jane Krakowski and Josh Charles. Producer Ross Katz (“Lost in Translation”) makes his directorial debut with the pic.
Radius plans a release in the second quarter.
Kroll portrays a narcissistic entrepreneur who crashes and burns on the eve of his company’s launch and leaves Manhattan to move in with his estranged pregnant sister (Byrne), brother-in-law (Cannavale) and 3-year-old nephew in his suburban childhood home.
The film is based on a story originated by Kroll and written by Jeff Cox and Elizabeth Flahive. Producers are Sam Slater and Paul Bernon of Burn Later Productions, Marcus Cox and Karrie Cox of Through Films, Kroll of Good at Bizness, Inc. and Jared Ian Goldman. »
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Radius has acquired U.S. rights to Ross Katz's comedy Adult Beginners, which made its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. Sources peg the deal at $1.5 million. The film stars Rose Byrne, Nick Kroll, Bobby Cannavale, Joel McHale, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Birbiglia, Jane Krakowski and Josh Charles and marks Oscar-nominated producer Katz's (Lost in Translation) feature directorial debut. Radius is planning a theatrical release for second quarter 2015. The film centers on a young, narcissistic entrepreneur (Kroll) who crashes and burns on the eve of his company’s big launch. With his entire life in total disarray,
- Tatiana Siegel
In the rockin' prequel to the live-action hit The Flintstones, we discover how Fred (Mark Addy) and Barney (Stephen Baldwin) came to meet their beloved wives Wilma (Kristen Johnson) and Betty (Jane Krakowski). As observed by a little green visitor from outer space (Alan Cumming), the path of true love is strewn with boulders - particularly in the shape of Wilma's scheming mother (Joan Collins) who's determined to reduce the romance to rubble. »
Tina Fey's new show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars two of your favorite people—Ellie Kemper and Jane Krakowski—and is filming right now in the Big Apple. The NBC comedy follows a young woman who escapes a cult and starts a new life in New York, and you can get your first look at the series above and below. The Office and Bridesmaids star Kemper plays the title role of Kimmy Schmidt, a young woman who departs a cult and goes on a press tour that includes a stop on NBC's Today. But she's not going back to Indiana. Kimmy decides to stay in New York and "reclaim her life." She's got just a backpack, sneakers, some library books and cash and is ready to take New York by storm. 30 »
Here's a look at Peter Dinklage all decked out in his super-mullet for Pixels, an Adam Sandler–led, Chris Columbus–directed comedy about old-school video-game champions who have to help defend the Earth against an alien invasion. Sandler and Dinklage star alongside Josh Gad, Kevin James (who plays the president), Ashley Benson, Jane Krakowski, and Michelle Monaghan. Dinklage's mullet is probably supposed to seem trashy, tacky, and dated, but that is some high-end ombré in the back. Perhaps this mullet is secretly luxe. »
- Margaret Lyons
Oscar loves a lot of movie-things with predictable regularity though it should be noted that those things go in and out of style (when was the last time you saw a hooker with a heart of gold?). But one thing that never seems to go out of style with filmmakers: Biopics of musicians. Whether or not Amy Adams ever gets around to her Janis Joplin picture, or Hathaway goes through with the Judy Garland picture (I'd so prefer her to do Liza Minnelli who hasn't been done!) or Jane Krakowski ever gets the greenlight for Jackie Jormp-Jormp, there's plenty to choose from in the library already. And awards bodies, not just Oscar, often choose them. It's as good a way as any to be noticed.
How do you think Get On Up, from the director of The Help will fair with AMPAS? Reviews may be mixed but they don't seem »
- NATHANIEL R
One one side of Chicago’s Second City stage, Rachel Dratch performs a one-woman show about the 19th-century woman’s rights activist Edwina Garth Burnahm. On the other, Tina Fey monologues about her vagina. This might sound like a fever dream you had after binging on Cheesy Blasters, but it actually happened.
A 1999 video of the the pair recently surfaced online, and if that description of the first sketch isn’t enough to get you hooked, then you have no soul. They performed Dratch and Fey at Second City as well as the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. »
- Jackson McHenry
Sony isn’t going to risk putting something people won’t want to turn out to see opposite Age of Ultron’s third and fourth frames. It’s already pegged to be the best thing we’ve seen Adam Sandler do in some time, which is a great prospect enough as it is.
In the past few days, the studio’s been teasing a couple of first looks at the film, and now they’ve launched a new promo ahead of its appearance at Comic-Con, inviting conventiongoers the chance to win a role in the movie.
When aliens misinterpret video-feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, they attack Earth using the games as models for their various assaults. President William Cooper »
- Kenji Lloyd
Sony's upcoming Adam Sandler comedy "Pixels" seems tailor-made for Comic Con, and a new promotional video is a must-see for Peter Dinklage fans. "Pixels" finds middle-aged competitive games -- played by Sandler, Dinklage and Josh Gad -- facing an alien invasion inspired by classic arcade games. In the below video, Dinklage ditches his "Game of Thrones" garments and sophisticated airs for some tattoos, a mullet and a sneer as he invites all the "Suckers" to come lose at the Electric Dreams Arcade. Watch it here: Directed by Chris Columbus (the first two "Harry Potter" films) and inspired by the 2010 short by Patrick Jean, "Pixels" also stars Kevin James, Josh Gad, Michelle Monaghan, Brian Cox, Ashley Benson and Jane Krakowski. If you're in San Diego, "Pixels" has set up a video arcade at the Hard Rock Hotel "Pixels" opens May 15, 2015. »
- Dave Lewis
Back in 1999 two upstart comedians, Rachel Dratch and Tina Fey, "accidentally" booked the same stage at Chicago's legendary Second City. So they decided to share the spotlight, performing their shows simultaneously: Dratch delivered a one-woman play about the obscure (possibly fictional) women's rights pioneer Edwina Garth Burnham; and Fey explored her sexuality in a series of monologues called, bluntly, "Cunt Poems."
50 Greatest 'Saturday Night Live' Sketches of All Time: 'Mom Jeans'
The rapid-fire, mind-boggling sketch kicked off an installment of the pair's show, Dratch & Fey, which they performed at Second City, »
As you may have heard, American Dad! is moving to TBS for the 2014-15 season. However, it seems that Fox has three leftover unaired episodes and will air them next fall. No word on when the new season of the animated series will launch on TBS.
Here's the press notice:
American Dad (Sundays, 9:30-10:00 Pm Et/Pt)
American Dad wraps up its run on Fox with three all-new episodes this fall. First, in the special one-hour season premiere (Sunday, Sept. 14, 9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt), Roger is forced to sell his beloved attic bar to a restaurant chain after suffering a heart attack, and a sexy new next-door neighbor (guest voice Jane Krakowski, “30 Rock”) promises to take Steve and his friends’ virginity in return for housework. John Lutz (“30 Rock”) and Eddie Kaye Thomas (“American Pie”) also guest-voice. In the final Fox episode (Sunday, Sept. »
The actress will play President Cooper's (Kevin James) first lady, who at one time was romantically linked with Sam Brenner (Sandler).
Based on Patrick Jean's short film, the movie follows what happens when aliens misinterpret video feeds from arcade games as a declaration of war and launch an attack on earth following the games as a guide.
Pixels opens on May 15, 2015 in the Us and on May 27, 2015 in the UK. »
"47 Ronin" and "Helix" star Hiroyuki Sanada is set to join Ian McKellen in Bill Condon's "Mr. Holmes" which is currently filming in London. The story follows an aging Sherlock Holmes who sets out to solve an unfinished case before he loses his keen mental faculties.
Sanada will play Umezaki, a Prickly Ash plant enthusiast who Holmes visits in Japan. Laura Linney is also onboard as Holmes’ housekeeper. Jeffrey Hatcher adapted the script based on Mitch Cullin's novel "A Slight Trick of the Mind". [Source: Deadline]
Penelope Cruz is in final negotiations to join Sacha Baron Cohen in Louis Leterrier's spy comedy "Grimsby" at Sony Pictures. Cruz will play a philanthropic corporate leader who may (or may not) be more than she seems.
- Garth Franklin
• Jonah Hill is in talks to join 22 Jump Street co-star Channing Tatum in the Coen Brothers’ Hail, Caesar! The film follows a 1950s Hollywood fixer, working to keep the studio’s stars in check. George Clooney and Josh Brolin will star. Tatum, Tilda Swinton, and Ralph Fiennes are in negotiations, and Scarlett Johansson is in talks to join the film. [The Wrap]
• Penelope Cruz is in final negotiations to join Sacha Baron Cohen in Grimsby. Louis Leterrier is directing Sony’s spy comedy, which follows a James Bond type (Mark Strong) who has to hide in his hometown and team with his goofy, »
- C. Molly Smith
The cast of Columbia Pictures adaptation of the short film Pixels is already pretty full with Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage leading the film about a group of video game experts who are recruited by the government to help deal with the threat of popular 1980s video game characters attacking New York City. In addition, Michelle Monaghan is on board the film as a weapons developer who also turns out to be a love interest for Sandler. Now another cast member has been added with Deadline reporting that "30 Rock" prima donna Jane Krakowski will play the First Lady in the sci-fi action comedy. More below! For those who maybe haven't paid close attention to the development of Pixels, here's a rundown of the characters. Sandler is a former video game champion, now leading a miserable life as a home theater installer and Dinklage is playing his brash former video game-playing nemesis. »
- Ethan Anderton
Audiences who have been missing their daily dose of Jenna insanity ever since NBC’s 30 Rock wrapped up are in luck – Deadline is reporting that Jane Krakowski has signed on to play another crazy character in the upcoming movie Pixels.
The actress will play the First Lady of the United States (to give you some perspective, the President is being played by Kevin James), who previously had a romantic relationship with the lead character (Adam Sandler). Though Pixels was originally dismissed as an Adam Sandler film, we actually do have reason to be excited for it. The flick, directed by Harry Potter helmer Chris Columbus, focuses on a group of old-school video gamers who become essential to combatting a powerful alien race which attacks after misinterpreting feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of intergalactic war.
So far, the cast that has been announced for Pixels is pretty inpressive. »
- Isaac Feldberg
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