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"I'm 22 years old and I have no idea what I'm going to do with the rest of my life! And I'm fine with that." CBS Films has debuted the theatrical trailer for the comedy Get a Job, starring Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick as a couple struggling with life after college. Right as one of them might finally have snagged a good job, the other one gets fired, and it makes for good humor and good lessons to be learned. The full cast includes some other big names like Bryan Cranston, Marcia Gay Harden, Alison Brie, Ravi Patel, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jorge Garcia, John C. McGinley and John Cho. Not the best looking comedy out there, but it does have good laughs. I'm always glad to see Anna Kendrick in a lead role, too. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Dylan Kidd's Get a Job, direct from Lionsgate's YouTube: Life »
- Alex Billington
Sports fans are mourning the loss of BMX legend Dave Mirra, including his fellow motocross riders and celebrity admirers. Retired racer Carey Hart, who is also Pink's husband, led the tributes on social media tweeting, "I'm in complete shock. Angry, heart broken and just sad at the passing of my friend Dave. Heart broken 4 his daughters and wife. #DaveMirra." Mirra was found dead on Thursday evening from an apparent suicide. The former MTV host was found in his car around 4 p.m. with what police are calling a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 41. I'm in complete shock. Angry, heart »
- Karen Mizoguchi
How's this for a funny story: a film about Millennials and their struggles with the job market, starring Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick, has been sitting on the shelves for almost four years! It might be hard to believe, but the trailer you're about to see for Get A Job is a moment that even Kendrick herself never thought would happen. And yet, you can watch it for yourself below. After several years of delay, Lionsgate decided to release Get A Job through their Premiere platform, which specializes in VOD and limited theatrical releases. The plot focuses on Will and Jillian (Teller and Kendrick, respectively,) a couple of young graduates who are ready to embark on their first adventure into the post-graduate workplace. Of course, while Jillian has no problem at first and Will finds himself slamming into a brick wall, their situations are reversed later on . because that's kind »
It feels like ages since we've seen Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) on the big screen, so we're savoring every new trailer, picture, and poster from The Divergent Series: Allegiant. Popsugar has the exclusive first look at this poster, featuring the two leads - along with Peter (Miles Teller), Christina (Zoë Kravitz), and Caleb (Ansel Elgort) - in the midst of a windy flight of stairs. Fit for framing, isn't it? The movie is out on March 18, and you can check out the cast now! »
- Maggie Pehanick
Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, and Bryan Cranston star in Get A Job, a wickedly funny comedy about making it in the real world from Roger Dodger director Dylan Kidd, which was shot way back in 2012 and is only now seeing the light of day!
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 will be released by Lionsgate Premiere in theaters and on demand – in the Us – on March 25th. No word on a UK release as yet. Check out the first trailer and poster for the film below:
- Phil Wheat
Lionsgate Premiere has released the trailer their upcoming film Get A Job, starring Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, Marcia Gay Harden, Ravi Patel, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Jorge Garcia.
Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, and Bryan Cranston star in this wickedly funny comedy about making it in the real world. 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. But with help from their family (Cranston), 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 will be In theaters & On Demand March 25, 2016.
Check out the trailer and poster below.
- Kellvin Chavez
The first quarter of the year is generally considered dumping grounds for films that couldn't find a home elsewhere. Why do I bring that up? No reason. So, let's talk about Get A Job! The film follows Will (Miles Teller) and Jillian (Anna Kendrick) who find themselves lost in a sea of increasingly strange jobs. But with help from their family, friends and coworkers they soon discover that... Read More »
- Sean Wist
Anna Kendrick and Miles Teller already sound like a dream team. Pair them with a movie called Get a Job, and it seems inevitable that it's going to be hilarious, right? Not exactly. The two are starring as recent college graduates whose hopes for postgrad success are dashed when they realize the job market is crazy-hard to break into. If you've ever had a rough time getting a paying gig, you'll know how they feel. Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, and John Cho are all costarring in the movie, out on March 25. »
- Maggie Pehanick
If you’ve been laid off, fired or just trying to find a new job over the past few years, then you know that the job market is a tough place right now, especially for twentysomethings. And now a new comedy about these hard times is on the way. Get a Job stars Miles Teller and […]
- Ethan Anderton
Many years ago, up-and-coming actors Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick were cast in Dylan McKidd's "Get a Job," which chronicles the ups and downs of finding a job when you're a recent college graduate. Partnering two of the best young actors on the planet seemed like a solid choice at the time, as did rounding out the cast with the likes of Bryan Cranston, John Cho, Alison Brie and Marcia Gay Harden, among many others. The only problem: This was way back in 2012. Read More: Watch: 'The Skinny' Trailer Puts a Dark Comedic Spin on YouTube Stardom Flash forward four years, and it looks like "Get a Job" is finally seeing the light of day in theaters and on VOD this March, but it arrives with more of a "wait, what the heck?" thud than any kind of real anticipation. After all, if a movie with this much talent took »
- Zack Sharf
Get a paper bag to hyperventilate into, and get ready to laugh! The first trailer for CBS Films' Get a Job features Anna Kendrick and Miles Teller losing their jobs, sobbing, struggling with money, disappointing Bryan Cranston, and eventually coming to terms with postgraduate unemployment. In all seriousness, though, it looks very charming. Having shot the film in 2012, Anna Kendrick herself assumed Get a Job, directed by Roger Dodger’s Dylan Kidd, would never be released. Fortunately for the filmmakers, being $90,000 in debt is a timeless topic that viewers of all ages and in all eras can enjoy. »
- Halle Kiefer
First hatched in 2012, the dramedy appeared to bring together all then necessary ingredients for a sure-fire hit, chiefly former Community star Alison Brie and a Bryan Cranston who was still considered the apex predator of Albuquerque at the time. But then, Get a Job was ordered to the shelf where it’s remained ever since, a fate that even led Kendrick to question whether the film would ever see a release.
Now, out of the blue, CBS Films and Lionsgate Premiere has whipped Dylan Kidd’s picture into shape, premiering the first trailer and poster ahead of a limited theaterical release next month. Also starring Superbad alum Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, John Cho, John C. McGinley, Nicholas Braun, »
- Michael Briers
If you believe everyone looks a bit younger than normal in the first trailer for Get a Job, you are not mistaken. Shot back in 2012, the latest film from Dylan Kidd (Rodger Dodger, P.S.) was going through undisclosed behind-the-scenes struggles that led some of its stars to believe it may never see a release. Well, it looks like Lionsgate Premiere has picked it up and it’ll now be arriving next month.
Starring Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, John Cho, John C. McGinley, Nicholas Braun, Brandon T. Jackson, and more, it follows a group of recent graduates attempting to cope with the current (or 2012, rather) job market. The first trailer doesn’t sell a great film, but hopefully there will be something worthwhile here coming from the talented cast and director. Check it out below along with the poster.
Get a Job opens on March 25th. »
- Jordan Raup
With filming completed in 2012, and nothing heard about "Get A Job" since, it's not a surprise that in 2014, Anna Kendrick said she didn't think the movie would be released. "I don't think it is," the actress shared. "It's like a mystery. It's just never, ever, ever gonna see the light of day... It was two years ago, it was a very topical comedy thing. It was supposed to be we were fresh out of college... Dylan Kidd, he's a great director. It's crazy how that can happen." Indeed, it's unclear why the movie never even made it to a festival debut. Somewhat out of nowhere, though, it's finally hitting the big screen, and the first trailer has arrived. Read More: 15 Films That Failed To Hit The 2014 Fall Festival Circuit The cast alone makes it all the more baffling why "Get A Job" has remained on a shelf for four years. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Anna Kendrick, Miles Teller, Bryan Cranston, Alison Brie, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Marcia Gay Harden, John Cho, John C. McGinley, Nicholas Braun, Brandon T. Jackson and Jay Pharoah all star in a film in which college grads learn about post-school life the hard way as they try to find jobs in the middle of a recession.
- Garth Franklin
David Granger is out as editor in chief of Esquire magazine after 19 years on the job, Hearst announced Friday. Town + Country editor Jay Fielden will succeed Granger at Esquire while also assuming the title of editorial director at the monthly lifestyle magazine. His replacement as editor of T + C will be named later. “The last 19 years have been the best time ever to be a creative professional. The explosion of new forms of expression has been breathtaking,” Granger said in a statement. He is expected to remain with the company through the end of March. Also Read: Miles Teller Rips Esquire Over. »
- Brian Flood
On the heels of roles in three well-received Sundance films, Joe Cole (“Green Room”) and Jayson Warner Smith (“The Birth of a Nation,” “Christine”) have joined the cast of DreamWorks’ Ptsd drama “Thank You For Your Service,” TheWrap has learned. Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, newcomer Beulah Koale and rising star Scott Haze lead the cast of the film, which will serve as the directorial debut of “American Sniper” writer Jason Hall. Universal Pictures will distribute “Thank You For Your Service,” which is being produced by Jon Kilik and executive produced by by Ann Ruark. Oscar-nominated writer Hall adapted the nonfiction book. »
- Jeff Sneider
Read More: The 2016 Indiewire Sundance Bible: All the Reviews, Interviews and News Posted During The Festival Los Angeles-based cinematographer Larkin Seiple is building a resume around Sundance movies. After spending a few years shooting music videos, Seiple transitioned to features with last year's Kevin Bacon comedy-thriller "Cop Car," a major discovery from last year's Sundance midnight section. Now he's back with one of the stranger entries in the festival's U.S. competition, "Swiss Army Man," in which a marooned Paul Dano hauls around a talking corpse played by Daniel Radcliffe. The movie's unique setting and surreal events led to a number of technical challenges that Seiple happily confronted. The director of photography shows no signs of slowing down, having already wrapped the Miles Teller boxing movie "Bleed for This." What camera lens did you use? We used Arri Alexa Xt with Cooke Anamorphic Lenses. We also used a Phantom High Speed. »
- Eric Kohn
Disney's blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens brought back the iconic Han Solo (Harrison Ford) for the first time in 32 years, although this reuinon with fans was bittersweet, to say the least. While there have been rumors that this beloved character will return in Star Wars: Episode VIII, nothing is set in stone yet, but even if he doesn't appear in that movie, we'll get to see a younger version of Han Solo in the new Star Wars spinoff Star Wars Anthology: Han Solo. As of now, Disney and LucasFilm haven't made a final decision about who will be cast yet, a report from earlier this month revealed that Jack Reynor and Logan Lerman are on the short list for this role, and both of them recently spoke about this project with MTV.
We recently heard that Disney, Lucasfilm and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller had apparently narrowed their search for an actor to step into the shoes of the younger version of Han Solo for their Star Wars spinoff down to a shortlist of 12.
Among some of the more recognizable names on the list (which also includes the likes of Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, Dave Franco, and Scott Eastwood) were Jack Reynor (Transformers: Age of Extinction) and Logan Lerman (Fury, The Perks of Being A Wallflower); and MTV caught up with the pair at the Sundance Film festival over the weekend to ask them about it.
Though neither actor confirms their involvement, it seems fairly obvious from their refusal to discuss anything (if rumors are way off, they’ll usually be debunked outright) that there has at least been some talks.
Reynor acknowledges that there’s big shoes to full, but seems excited about the opportunity. »
- Mark Cassidy
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