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"Vice Principals"

1 hour ago | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the comedy TV series "Vice Principals", starring Danny McBride, Walton Goggins, Georgia King, Busy Philipps, Kimberly Hebert Gregory, Sheaun McKinney and Shea Whigham, premiering September 17, 2017 on HBO:

"...'Vice Principals' focuses on ill-tempered, dogmatic and disliked vice principal of 'North Jackson High School', 'Mr. Neil Gamby' (McBride), and his ambitions of being promoted to the principal's chair when the principal is due to step down.

"However, when the current principal (Bill Murray) retires, he reveals that he trusts neither Gamby nor his scheming and seemingly sociopathic co-vice principal 'Lee Russell' (Goggins), and so has recommended neither of them as his successor; instead, outsider 'Dr. Belinda Brown' (Gregory) is hired.

"When Gamby's attempt to get the school faculty to veto the appointment backfires, he conspires with Russell to find some way of ruining Brown's reputation and installing himself as principal..."

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- Michael Stevens

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Seth Rogen Reveals a 'Jersey Shore' Catchphrase Came From 'Superbad,' Shares More Fun Facts as Film Turns 10

3 hours ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Seth Rogen may not have starred on Jersey Shore, but he sure did inspire the Seaside Heights gang!

The 35-year-old Canadian actor had some fun tweeting out facts about Superbad on Thursday to celebrate the beloved comedy's 10th anniversary, and there was one in particular that caught fans' attention.

Watch: 'Jersey Shore' Stars Jam Out to Show's Old Theme Song!

Buried deep down on his list of factoids was this key piece of (Nsfw) knowledge: "The cast of Jersey Shore confirmed to me that the phrase "D.T.F" or "Down To F**k" is from Superbad."

We were hoping we had somehow forgotten that "Gtl" had originated with Jonah Hill and Michael Cera, but here we are. 

The Neighbors 2 star provided many more tidbits, including where you can spot Danny McBride and who inspired some of the movie's raunchiest jokes:

Related: Seth Rogen Can't Believe His Mom Tweeted About Her Sex Life

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From Dtf to D*ck Drawings: 10 Fun Facts Seth Rogen Just Revealed About Superbad

9 hours ago | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

As old as typing this sentence makes me feel, here goes: Aug. 17 marked 10 whole years since the initial release of Superbad. A decade after Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's hit 2007 comedy about thinly fictionalized versions of themselves in high school hit theaters - Jonah Hill plays Seth, Michael Cera plays Evan - Rogen decided to share some choice pieces of trivia about the movie on Twitter this week. From the legacy of one of the movie's greatest phrases to a cameo you most definitely missed, relive the glory of Superbad below. RelatedThis Old Table Read of Superbad's Sex Scene Is Emma Stone at Her Finest Danny Mcbride is an extra in the background of the first party scene in Superbad. - Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) August 18, 2017 Evan Goldberg's brother Dave drew all the dick drawings in Superbad. - Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) August 18, 2017 Almost all the names in Superbad »

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‘Superbad’ 10th Anniversary: Seth Rogen Reveals 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Comedy Classic

10 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Superbad” turned 10 years old this week, and co-writer Seth Rogen celebrated by revealing some secrets about the making of the beloved comedy classic. Directed by Greg Mottola and co-written by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the film turned Jonah Hill and Michael Cera into household comedy names and introduced the world to Christopher Mintz-Plasse’s McLovin.

Read More:Seth Rogen Regrets That Some ‘Superbad’ Jokes Were ‘Blatantly Homophobic’

It’s hard to believe the film is celebrating its 10th anniversary. “Superbad” premiered in August 2007 and was a late summer sleeper hit, grossing $121 million in the U.S. opposite a $20 million budget. The film had Judd Apatow as an executive producer, and his directorial effort “Knocked Up” had already become an R-rated comedy success a few months earlier.

In a serious of 10 hilarious tweets, Rogen provided some colorful facts about the movie’s creation. Apparently, “Superbad” is the first movie to use a very perverse curse word, »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer, Courtesy of HBO

16 August 2017 5:38 PM, PDT | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

Below is a link to the official trailer & attached is the key art for season two of Vice Principals, debuting Sunday, September 17 at 10:30Pm on HBO. Danny McBride (Gamby »

- Clarence Moye

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‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer: Gamby Enters the Belly of the Beast

16 August 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

This is the end for Neal Gamby (Danny McBride). The second season of Vice Principals is also its last. In his final hours at North Jackson High School, Gamby will search for the assassin who failed to finish him off in the riveting season one finale. With the help a suspect and sociopathic friend, Lee Russell (Walton Goggins), […]

The post ‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer: Gamby Enters the Belly of the Beast appeared first on /Film. »

- Jack Giroux

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Vice Principals season 2 trailer unleashed by HBO

16 August 2017 12:17 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

I love me some dark, twisted comedy, and Vice Principals was certainly a comedy that was dark and twisted. Starring Danny McBride and Walton Goggins, as the eponymous Vice Principals, both vying for the main position. Pranks, violence, and craziness ensues. The second season seems to be about the two working together to stop the attacker who shot McBride's character at the end of last season. But...are they actually... Read More »

- Damion Damaske

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New trailer for the final season of Vice Principals

16 August 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

HBO has released the official trailer for its dark comedy series, Vice Principals. Starring Danny McBride and Walter GogginsVice Principals is about two competing high school vice principals as they compete for the coveted position of principal, letting nothing stand in their way. Watch the new trailer below…

“The tumultuous school year at North Jackson High continues and a new semester brings lots of changes. Gamby and Russell are about to learn that the only thing harder than gaining power is holding on to it, as the darkest comedy on television returns to finish what was started.”

Vice Principals season 2 is set to premiere on September 17th on HBO. »

- Ricky Church

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‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer Finds Danny McBride Looking for Payback

16 August 2017 10:41 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In the first full trailer for the new season of HBO's comedy series Vice Principals, we find Neil Gamby (Danny McBride) having to use a Stair Chair while he recovers from his "assassination attempt." As he rehabs and finds new purpose in looking for the person who shot him, he's welcomed back to school with open arms by his former rival Lee Russell (Walton Goggins), who promises to help him find the perpetrator of this crime. But one starts to wonder ... Is Lee the shooter? (Or did he at least orchestrate it?) Regardless, Gamby will get to the … »

- Allison Keene

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‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer: Danny McBride Wants Payback

16 August 2017 10:13 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Following the relative success of season one, “Vice Principals” returns for its second season on HBO. The follow up to the debut season will find Gamby (Danny McBride) trying to find out who shot him at the end of season one, with the help of his friends and co-workers. Of course, none of this is as straight-laced as it reads, with the series injecting the proceedings with their familiar zany humor and off beat narrative tricks.

Continue reading ‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer: Danny McBride Wants Payback at The Playlist. »

- Ally Johnson

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'Baywatch' Muscles Its Way Home; Plus This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

15 August 2017 6:00 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Everything, Everything (romantic drama; Amandla Stenberg, Nick Robinson, Ana de la Reguera, Anika Noni Rose; rated PG-13) Alien: Covenant (sci-fi/action/horror sequel to Prometheus directed by Ridley Scott; Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Katherine Waterston; rated R) How to Be a Latin Lover (comedy; Eugenio Derbez, Salma Hayek, Raphael Alejandro, Kristen Bell, Rob Lowe, Raquel Welch; rated PG-13) The Case for Christ (drama; Mike Vogel, Erika...

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- Robert B. DeSalvo

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James Cameron praises Alien: Covenant, calls it “beautiful”

15 August 2017 2:04 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

James Cameron has spoken well of Alien: Covenant, calling it a “beautiful” film.

Ridley Scott’s latest effort in the iconic Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant, hasn’t performed as well as expected with either fans or critics. It has been pretty divisive among fans of the franchise, much like its predecessor, Prometheus.

However, James Cameron, who, of course, famously directed Aliens, has commented on Covenant, speaking fondly of it for the most part.

“I thought that Alien: Covenant was a great ride. It was beautiful. I love Ridley’s films, I love his filmmaking; I love the beauty of the photography. I love the visceral sense that you’re that, that you’re present. It’s not a film that I would have made. I hope I’m not spoiling this for anybody, but I don’t like films where you invest in a character and they get destroyed at the end. »

- Samuel Brace

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The Week Ahead: 'The Lion King,' 'Alien: Covenant,' 'Logan Lucky' and More

14 August 2017 2:00 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Two major releases open in theaters later this week, but before that happens, we've got digital and Blu-ray picks to liven up your summer. We also have a few selections from the streaming and television worlds to anticipate.   Digital The Lion King: Disney's animated classic returns to home video, accompanied by more than three hours of bonus material. It debuts on digital platforms (including FandangoNOW) only on Tuesday, two weeks ahead of a Blu-ray release on August 29.   Blu-rays Alien: Covenant: A colony ship lands on a planet that is deceptively dangerous. Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup and Danny McBride star; Ridley Scott directed the latest installment in the franchise. The Wall: Aaron Taylor-Johnson and John Cena...

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- Peter Martin

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‘Dayveon’ Exclusive Trailer: This Powerful Coming-of-Age Drama Could Be the Next ‘Moonlight’

14 August 2017 7:50 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The son of Pakistani immigrants, filmmaker Amman Abbasi grew up in Arkansas, where he still lives and works and which became the set for his debut feature. Departing from the details of his own adolescence, “Dayveon” follows a black teenager over one sweltering summer when he falls in with a local gang. Searching for community in the wake of his older brother’s death, he is drawn to the sense of belonging and violence of his new comrades.

Read More:‘The Florida Project’ First Trailer: Sean Baker and Willem Dafoe Deliver One of the Year’s Best Indies

“Executive produced by David Gordon Green, this poetic rural drama is graced with the same humanist shine that defined ‘George Washington,'” wrote IndieWire’s David Ehrlich in his review out of Sundance earlier this year. “Amman Abbasi’s debut feature revitalizes a familiar coming-of-age story by telling it with a rare sense of truth… »

- Jude Dry

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Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant gets an Honest Trailer

8 August 2017 2:13 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Screen Junkies has unveiled its Honest Trailer for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus sequel / Alien prequel Alien: Covenant; check it out below…

When Ridley Scott wanted to wank about the meaning of life for two hours, he gave us Prometheus. Now, he’s back with a good old fashioned alien flick that returns to it’s Sci-Fi, horror roots — until it takes a sharp left turn into the same wank job territory as the last one.

In a franchise full of unforgettable characters, experience a chapter where No One stands out — except maybe Kenny Powers. And meet the crew of The Covenant, married couples who you completely forget are married until someone says, “my wife.”

Ride along and experience a bad sci-fi script in the hands of a visual genius as you enjoy shot after epic shot while ignoring how all the tech looks way more advanced in the prequel.

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- Gary Collinson

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The 7 Best Movies Coming to Netflix in August 2017

3 August 2017 9:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Dozens of movies are hitting Netflix during the dog days of summer (click here for a complete list), but the sheer variety of new titles can be daunting. Movies are long, time is short, and indecision is brutal, so — in the hopes of helping you out — here are the seven best films that are coming to Netflix in August.

7. “Practical Magic” (1998)

Okay, so “Practical Magic” isn’t a “good movie” in the traditional sense…or in any other sense, for that matter. But it’s a perfect Netflix movie, which is another beast entirely. An incredible time capsule — and bottomless gif resource — from an ancient epoch that historians refer to as “1998,” this essential relic tells the story of sisters Sally (Sandra Bullock) and Gillian (Nicole Kidman) Owens, twin witches who are effectively cursed to remain single forever.

Did I mention that it was directed by Griffin Dunne? Did I mention that it was nominated for a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for including a Faith Hill song on the soundtrack? Did I mention that it features a scene in which Dianne Wiest and Stockard Channing use their secret powers to blend alcoholic drinks in order to lubricate a singalong set to Harry Nilsson’s “Put the Lime in the Coconut”? “Practical Magic” was kind of a blip when it first opened, but it would shake our culture to its skeleton if it came out today. A remake feels inevitable, but in the meantime, the original makes for perfect streaming on a lazy August afternoon. Better yet, add it to your queue and swing back once Halloween rolls around.

Begins streaming August 1st.

6. “The Bomb” (2016)

“the bomb” was one of the most exciting, unclassifiable experiences on the festival circuit last year, but the sheer magnitude of the project made it unclear where it might live once it had finished traveling the world, or if it would be possible for the public to see it. Fortunately, the answers to those questions turned out to be “everywhere” and “very.” Here’s IndieWire’s Steve Greene on the 59-minute film into which this enormous piece of experimental art has been newly reshaped:

Read More‘the bomb’ Review: New Doc on Netflix Is a Surreal Music Video About the End of the World

Directed by Kevin Ford, Smriti Keshari, and Eric Schlosser, this experimental, sensory history of the nuclear bomb is a staggering look at the world’s most destructive weapon and the lessons of almost eight decades that some still choose to ignore. Threading together modern-day news footage, Cold War era safety videos and grainy archival peeks into the construction process, “the bomb” looks at nuclear weapons in their myriad historic forms. Foregoing the usual talking head interviews or explanatory narration, the one piece of connective tissue throughout the film, besides the subject itself, is the film’s score, from Los Angeles electronic minimalist outfit The Acid. Throughout a harrowing parade of images and fleeting moments of whimsy, the droning, pulsating music underneath brings an alternating sense of dread and power.

Begins streaming August 1st.

5. “Cloud Atlas” (2012)

It’s easy to make fun of “Cloud Atlas,” and not just because one of the six characters that Tom Hanks plays is pretty much a live-action Jar Jar Binks. Tom Tykwer and the Wachowskis’ cosmically ambitious sci-fi epic is — in its own delirious way — one of the most earnest movies ever made. Adapted from David Mitchell’s novel of the same name, and now something of an obvious precursor to the Wachowskis’ Netflix series “Sense 8,” this symphonic story of spiritual connection spans from 1849 to 2321 in a go-for-broke attempt to crystallize the effects that one life can have on countless others.

Controversially casting individual actors in multiple roles (with many of the film’s most famous stars disguising themselves as different races and genders), “Cloud Atlas” fearlessly envisions our world as a place where bodies are temporary, but love is eternal. It’s a lot to swallow, but our collective cynicism only makes the movie more valuable, and more important to have on hand.

Begins streaming August 1st.

4. “Donald Cried” (2016)

Kris Avedisian flew under the radar when “Donald Cried” made the rounds last year — his self-directed turn as the most deeply committed man-child since “Clifford” may have been just a bit too raw and cringe-inducing for any major traction — but it’s only a matter of time before people discover one of the most fearless performances in recent memory. Here’s IndieWire’s Eric Kohn on a future dark comedy classic:

The obnoxious man-child is a common trope in American comedies, but few recent examples can match the hilariously unsettling presence of Donald Treebeck, the obnoxious central figure played by writer-director Kris Avedisian in his effective black comedy “Donald Cried.” While the story technically unfolds from the perspective of his old teen pal Peter (Jesse Wakeman), who returns to their Rhode Island suburbs from his Wall Street career after his grandmother dies, Donald welcomes his reluctant friend back to their world and won’t leave him alone. Avedisian gives Danny McBride a run for his money in this pitch-perfect embodiment of a wannabe charmer all too eager to remain the center of attention. Hardly reinventing the wheel, “Donald Cried” nevertheless spins it faster than usual, taking cues from its memorably irritating protagonist. Beneath its entertainment value, the movie also hints at the tragedy of aimless adulthood.

Begins streaming August 15th.

3. “The Matrix” (1999)

At this point, “The Matrix” has effectively become immune to any sort of qualitative criticism; there’s no use arguing that it’s “good” or “bad” or somewhere in between, it simply is. Less a movie than a cornerstone of contemporary pop culture (for better or worse), the Wachowskis’ absurdly influential orgy of mind-blowing action and high school philosophy arrived at the tail end of the 20th century in order to help define the 21st. Its aesthetic impact on the current breed of blockbusters is self-evident, but its more profound contributions have been largely off-screen, as the film brought futurism to the masses in a way that’s only possible to trace through its most unfortunate side effects (e.g. the diseased misogyny of “red pill” thinking).

Of course, “No can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.” Now that it’s on Netflix, it couldn’t be easier to do just that.

Begins streaming August 1st.

2. “Jackie Brown” (1997)

Every hardcore Tarantino fan’s favorite Tarantino film, “Jackie Brown” is more than just an homage to blaxploitation or the best Elmore Leonard adaptation ever made (sorry, “Out of Sight”), it’s also something of a tribute to all of the crime writer’s work and the scuzzy but soulful ethos that bound it together. To this day, “Jackie Brown” remains a major outlier for Qt. For one thing, it’s based on pre-existing material. For another, it’s got a bonafide sex scene. Last but not least, it’s about recognizably human characters who have genuine depth, who have real lives that feel as though they continue beyond the confines of a movie screen (no disrespect to the cartoonish avatars who populate Tarantino’s later, more solipsistic work — they serve their purpose to perfection).

Pam Grier is spectacular in the title role of a flight attendant with a drug smuggling side hustle. Robert Forster is heartbreaking as lovelorn bondsman Max Cherry. Hell, even Robert De Niro is phenomenal, the iconic actor beautifully playing against his legend by inhabiting the film’s most pathetic and disposable character. For anyone put off by the blockbuster scale of Tarantino’s recent work, “Jackie Brown” is a rock-solid reminder of his genius for elevating fevered pastiche into singular pathos. And the soundtrack owns.

Begins streaming August 1st.

1. “All These Sleepless Nights” (2016)

It would be reductive and unfair to say that Michal Marczak’s “All These Sleepless Nights” is the film that Terrence Malick has been trying to make for the last 10 years, but it certainly feels that way while you’re watching it. A mesmeric, free-floating odyssey that wends its way through a hazy year in the molten lives of two Polish twentysomethings, this unclassifiable wonder obscures the divide between fiction and documentary until the distinction is ultimately irrelevant.

Read MoreReview: ‘All These Sleepless Nights’ Is the Movie That Terrence Malick Has Been Trying to Make

Unfolding like a plotless reality show that was shot by Emmanuel Lubezki, this lucid dream of a movie paints an unmoored portrait of a city in the throes of an orgastic reawakening. From the opening images of fireworks exploding over downtown Warsaw, to the stunning final glimpse of Marczak’s main subject — Krzysztof Baginski (playing himself, as everyone does), who looks and moves like a young Baryshnikov — twirling between an endless row of stopped cars during the middle of a massive traffic jam, the film is high on the spirit of liberation. More than just a hypnotically hyper-real distillation of what it means to be young, “All These Sleepless Nights” is a haunted vision of what it means to have been young.

Begins streaming August 15th.

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- David Ehrlich

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‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer: Gamby Wants Answers

1 August 2017 3:30 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

While the first season of Vice Principals was inspired by the films of John Hughes, season 2 of the HBO comedy is influenced by Brian de Palma. Jody Hill and Danny McBride‘s series is about to take a more sinister turn, as Mr. Gamby (McBride) takes matters into his own hands and looks for the person who shot him last season. […]

The post ‘Vice Principals’ Season 2 Trailer: Gamby Wants Answers appeared first on /Film. »

- Jack Giroux

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Alien: Covenant, Wonder Woman, and Baywatch top our list of new titles in the Cineplex store for August!

1 August 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Alien: Covenant, Wonder Woman, and Baywatch top our list of new titles in the Cineplex store for August!Alien: Covenant, Wonder Woman, and Baywatch top our list of new titles in the Cineplex store for August!Amanda Wood8/1/2017 10:00:00 Am

August is here, and the Cineplex Store has a whole bunch of new titles to rent and buy!

It might be the beginning of the end for our favourite season of the year, but there’s still time to kick back and enjoy a movie before the school year swings back around. This month sees the release of lots of cool new titles that will be sure to help you beat those end-of-summer blues.

We’ve put together a little list of our favourite titles hitting the store this month, and they include some of the best movies released this year! The Movie for a Loonie deal continues this month, »

- Amanda Wood

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New poster and promo for Vice Principals season 2

30 July 2017 3:40 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A new poster has arrived online for the upcoming second season of the dark comedy series Vice Principals featuring Danny McBride’s Neal Gamby along with a promo entitled ‘Who Shot Gamby?’; check them out here…

“The tumultuous school year at North Jackson High continues and a new semester brings lots of changes. Gamby and Russell are about to learn that the only thing harder than gaining power is holding on to it, as the darkest comedy on television returns to finish what was started.”

Vice Principals season 2 is set to premiere on September 17th on HBO. »

- Amie Cranswick

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Pedro Correa Joins ‘S—heads’ With Tracy Morgan, Luke Wilson (Exclusive)

28 July 2017 4:20 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Pedro Correa has been signed for the lead role in the dark comedy “The S—heads” opposite Tracy Morgan and Luke Wilson, Variety has learned exclusively.

Imperative Entertainment acquired the rights to project in March in a competitive bidding auction with Macon Blair attached to direct from his own script. Blair won the U.S. dramatic Grand Jury Prize win at Sundance in January for his directorial debut “I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore.”

The film, which will be produced and financed by Imperative, will also be co-produced byRough House Productions. Alex Orr and Rough House’s Brandon James will produce alongside Imperative’s Jillian Apfelbaum. Imperative’s Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas will executive produce along with Rough House’s Danny McBride, Jody Hill and David Gordon Green, Orr’s Fake Wood Wallpaper, and Jeremy Saulnier and Blair’s Bonneville Films.

Production is expected to start in September. The road movie »

- Dave McNary

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