5 items from 2016
As countless films and TV shows have demonstrated time and time again, people will do anything for family, even if that “anything” lies outside the ordinary or even the law. Wife and husband team Lisa Addario and Joe Syracuse’s latest film “Amateur Night” takes that premise and runs with it in a story based on their own lives.
In the film, Guy Carter (Jason Biggs) is an award-winning graduate student of architecture and is happily married to his wife Anne (Jenny Mollen, Biggs’ real life wife) with a baby on the way. Insecure about fatherhood and unable to find a job in his field, Guy accepts a job as a “driver,” only to find out he won’t be delivering pizzas, but is actually driving around prostitutes. Initially reluctant but strapped for cash, Guy takes the job and »
- Vikram Murthi
Key deals include Roadshow Films for Australia and New Zealand, Conquest for Latin America, Smile for Scandanavia, Freeman Entertainment for Eastern Europe, Luxor for Russia and Cis and Front Row for the Middle East.
Cinedigm will release the film domestically in August.
Biggs plays an award-winning graduate student of architecture and an insecure father-to-be who is struggling to find work. In desperation his wife finds him a job as a ‘driver’ on Craigslist.
When shows up for the interview thinking it’s for »
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When an out-of-work architect has trouble making ends meet, he ends up taking a bizarre job that changes his life, for better or worse, in the first trailer for Amateur Night. Jason Biggs stars as Guy Carter, a promising graduate student studying architecture, who has been having trouble finding work in his chosen field, which leads to him taking on a unique "driver" job, which is much more complicated than he had imagined. Cinedigm has released the first trailer for this comedy, while announcing that the film will get a limited theatrical release on August 5, before expanding on August 12th digitally, on demand and in 8 other select markets. We also have the first poster and photos from this upcoming comedy.
This new comedy from Cinedigm centers on Guy Carter (Jason Biggs), an award-winning graduate student of architecture. He's got a beautiful wife and a baby on the way. The problem? »
Proudly promoted as coming from the minds behind The Hangover Bad Moms hopes to snatch the baton from the Bridesmaids in the race to be the next big female-centred R-rated comedy. The set up is the typical stuff of wish fulfillment – Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell are underappreciated mothers, fighting the cliques and the
- Jon Lyus
Cinedigm has acquired North American rights to Amateur Night, the comedy starring real-life husband and wife Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen. Husband/wife team Joe Syracuse and Lisa Addario (Surf’s Up, Parental Guidance) wrote and directed the pic inspired by their own lives, and Cinedigm plans a mid-2016 theatrical release. The pic, formerly titled Drive, She Said, centers on Guy (Biggs), an out-of-work and down-on-his-luck expectant father desperate to find a job to… »
5 items from 2016
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