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'This Is Where I Leave You' trailer: Tina Fey and Jason Bateman learn you can go home again

The award for best cast of 2014 may already be locked up. Just look at the trailer for This Is Where I Leave You, starring (deep breath) Tina Fey, Jason Bateman, Corey Stoll, Adam Driver, Jane Fonda, Rose Byrne, Kathryn Hahn, Connie Britton, Ben Schwartz, Timothy Olyphant, and Dax Shepard.

Based on 2009’s best-selling novel by Jonathan Tropper (who wrote the screenplay), the dramedy follows four adult children (Fey, Bateman, Stoll and Driver) who return to their mother’s (Jane Fonda) house for a week when their father dies. “We need a new term for the tone. It’s not a dark comedy — because it’s not that dark. But it’s an ­emotional ­comedy,” Fey told EW.

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Casting Net: Felicity Jones and Nicholas Hoult brave the 'Autobahn'; Plus, Anna Kendrick, more

• Felicity Jones (Like Crazy) and Nicholas Hoult (Warm Bodies) will play an American couple on the run from two criminals (Anthony Hopkins and Ben Kingsley) in Autobahn. Joel Silver is producing the action-thriller which begins production next week. Evan Creevy (Welcome To The Punch) will direct. [THR] READ FULL STORY

'The To Do List' red-band trailer: 'Tea bagging? Must be British' -- NSFW VIDEO

Aubrey Plaza plays Brandy Clark, and Brandy Clark really wants to get laid. That’s the basic, umm, thrust of the latest trailer for The Do List, which is NSFW for a plethora of vulgar language and raw sexual innuendo. It’s the ’90s and all your favorite people are here: Donald Glover, Rachel Bilson, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Connie Britton, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Alia Shawkat, and Scott Porter, as the sexual peak of the movie’s plot-long sexual mountain.

Warning! Watching this trailer is likely to a) make you have skorts-related nightmares; and b) sing Salt ‘N’ Pepa under your breath for the rest of the day.


Connie Britton to romance Adam Driver in all-star 'This Is Where I Leave You' -- EXCLUSIVE

Connie Britton will be the latest addition to the super-cast being assembled for director Shawn Levy’s This Is Where I Leave You, a dark family comedy that also features Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, and Jason Bateman.

The film, based on the 2009 novel by Jonathan Tropper, is about four combative siblings from the Foxman family who reunite at their childhood home for a week after their father dies, dredging up long-buried hostilities and problems.

Fey, Bateman, Corey Stoll (Midnight in Paris, House of Cards) and Adam Driver (Girls, pictured above) play the siblings, while Fonda is their newly widowed mother.

The Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story, and Nashville star Britton will appear as the age-inappropriate girlfriend of Driver’s character — the baby of the family who has grown into perhaps the most troubled of the lot.

Though her character’s presence is part of what antagonizes the family, she is also well-suited for analyzing their various neuroses: She’s a therapist.

Of course, that only makes the situation worse.


Ed Burns and Connie Britton together again in 'The Fitzgerald Family Christmas' -- EXCLUSIVE ONE SHEET

Ed Burns definitely loves mining his Irish-American roots, as he did for his 1995 sibling flick The Brothers McMullen. He’s returned to similar territory with his upcoming film The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, about a large working class brood whose estranged dad wants to visit for Christmas. The movie, also starring, written and directed by Burns, is out nationwide on VOD and iTunes Nov. 21, and in theaters Dec. 7.

The film reunites Burns with McMullen co-stars Mike McGlone and Connie Britton (such an “it” gal in Nashville). Britton, who played Burns’ character’s sister-in-law in McMullen, is his luscious-haired love interest in Fitzgerald.

“Connie and I had been talking about a sequel to McMullen, and that’s when we first started talking about working together. We remained friends over the years. I told her about this script I was shooting over the winter, and I knew she was busy with the show,” Burns says. “The minute she said ‘yes,’ I wrote the part for her, fleshed it out. She and I knew immediately that we had great chemistry together, and a lot of laughs about the fact that it felt a little incestuous. In McMullen, she’s my brother’s wife. I love working with her.”

'The To Do List' red-band trailer: Aubrey Plaza wants to lose her 'v-card' - NSFW VIDEO

Happy early EARLY Valentine’s Day!

CBS Films has announced it’s releasing dry comedy The To Do List, directed by Maggie Carey (Funny or Die Presents) and starring Parks and Recreation‘s resident deadpan expert, actress Aubrey Plaza, on Valentine’s Day 2013. Plaza plays Brandy, an overachieving gal who wants to do a whole bunch of naughty things she didn’t do in high school, and aims to do before college. The movie also sports a bevy of known names, from Bill Hader to Rachel Bilson, Superbad nerdy boy Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Andy Samberg, Donald Glover and Connie Britton.

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