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Archive for the ‘Movies’ Category
Jennifer     July 12, 2021

One of Aubrey’s new projects, Best Sellers, was acquired by the company Screen Media for all U.S. rights. The movie also stars cinema legend Michael Caine and is directed by Lina Roessler. It was announced that Screen Media plans to release Best Sellers in September 2021.

“Best Sellers” centers on an ambitious young editor (Plaza) who decides to try to save the flailing publishing house her father left her by going on a book tour with the bitter, hard-drinking author (Caine) who helped establish the company several decades and an ocean of booze ago.

Source: Variety

Jennifer     May 06, 2021

Aubrey Plaza has joined the cast of the indie comedy Spin Me Round, which is co-written by Aubrey’s friend Alison Brie and Aubrey’s boyfriend Jeff Baena.

Alison Brie plays the manager of the Bakersfield, California franchise of the Italian chain eatery Tuscan Grove. She wins an all-expenses trip to the company’s gorgeous “institute” outside of Florence, Italy, and the chance to meet the restaurant chain’s wealthy and charismatic owner (Nivola). Along with a mismatched group of local American franchise managers, Amber finds a far different adventure than the romantic fantasy she had imagined.

Production of the film will begin in June on location in Italy.

Source: Deadline Hollywood

Jennifer     December 03, 2020

Aubrey Plaza has joined the cast of Guy Ritchie’s new untitled thriller (formally known as Five Eyes) starring Jason Statham.

The story follows MI6 guns-and-steel agent (Statham) who is recruited by a global intelligence alliance to track down and stop the sale of a deadly new weapons technology that threatens to disrupt the world order. Reluctantly paired with CIA high-tech expert, Fortune sets off on a globe-trotting mission where he will have to use all of his charm, ingenuity and stealth to track down and infiltrate billionaire arms broker.

Source: Deadline Hollywood

Jennifer     November 09, 2020

The official trailer for the holiday film Happiest Season was just released! The movie will be premiering exclusively on Hulu on Wednesday, November 25th. Watch it in the embed below via YouTube.

Jennifer     October 20, 2020

It was announced today that Happiest Season will be skipping theatrical release in the United States and will be premiering exclusively on Hulu instead! The movie will be available to stream on Wednesday, November 25 as a Hulu original.

Source: Variety

Jennifer     October 06, 2020

The official trailer for Aubrey’s latest film Black Bear was released today! While the film has made the rounds at various film festivals this year, it will be officially released on December 4, 2020, via Momentum Pictures.

Jennifer     August 26, 2020

It is being reported by Collider that Aubrey Plaza is being considered for a role in an upcoming biopic on the life of comedian John Belushi.

Happy Endings alum Adam Pally is in talks to star in a new John Belushi biopic that would co-star Ike Barinholtz as Dan Aykroyd, while Aubrey Plaza is being eyed to play Belushi’s wife, Collider has exclusively learned.

Jennifer     July 13, 2020

Great news! Aubrey’s latest movie, Black Bear, is available to stream this week via the Provincetown Film Festival website. Streaming options begin Thursday, July 16th and end Sunday, July 19th.

Visit the Provincetown Film Festival website to select a date to stream the film! Also included is a conversation with the filmmaker and Aubrey that begins immediately after the film ends.