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The Shabash Films project is directed by Sanjeev Sirpal as the first in a slate of three films planned for the next two years. The cast also includes Spencer Grammer, Beth Littleford, Alphonso McAuley, Kyle Kinane, Jessica Lowe, Ayden Mayeri and Caitlin McHugh.
Greenberg stars as a jilted groom and Wheelan as the best man who helps him through his heartache by convincing him that they should actually go on the honeymoon originally planned. The weekend involves hot-tubbing on a super yacht with beautiful women, inadvertently dropping acid and accidentally starting a war between the Mafia and the Triads.
Grammer portrays a new love interest and Pantoliano plays a Mafia don.
Furlan is the most popular female personality on Vine with 9.7 million followers. »
- Dave McNary
This weekend, Kevin Hart is hired to play Josh Gad's best man in "The Wedding Ringer" (check out the hilarious Unscripted episode!), Julianne Moore plays a renowned linguistics professor diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's opposite Kristen Stewart in "Still Alice," the second season of British crime drama "The Fall," starring Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan, arrives on Netflix this Friday, and the new series "12 Monkeys," adapted from Terry Gilliam's 1995 time-travel thriller, comes to Syfy Friday at 9 p.m. Et.
Also in theaters this weekend: Directed by Michael Mann, "Blackhat" stars Chris Hemsworth as a convicted hacker working side by side with the FBI to hunt down a high-level cybercrime network. In "Paddington," a young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home and is temporarily taken in by the kindly Brown family. "Spare Parts" stars George Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, and more in the story of four »
- Jonny Black
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