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Casting Net: Rooney Mara boards Todd Haynes project with Cate Blanchett; Plus, Megan Mullally, more

• Rooney Mara (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints) just signed on to work with another modern auteur, Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven), for Carol, and adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s 1952 novel The Price of Salt. She’ll star alongside the venerable Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) in the film about two women in 1950s New York. Mara will play the part of Therese, a young shopgirl with dreams of the future, and Blanchett, an elegant thirtysomething woman in an unhappy marriage. Their relationship escalates when the two decide to take a road trip west. Mia Wasikowska was previously attached to the role. [Deadline]


Check out an exclusive poster for 'The Kings of Summer' -- PHOTO

As fans of Ron Swanson know, Nick Offerman has no problem playing an intimidating guy.

So naturally it’s a treat to watch him play a tough-guy father in the new comedy The Kings of Summer, a coming-of-age story about three teenagers who run away from home one summer to explore and build a house in the woods. In addition to Offerman’s wife, Megan Mullally, the film also stars Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, and Moises Arias.

In a recent interview with EW, Offerman filled readers in on what drew him to the coming-of-age project.”When I read the [Kings of Summer] script by Chris Galletta, I was really taken with the emotional throughline of the kids wanting to come-of-age by running away from their overbearing parents and building. I’m all for kids building anything, let alone a supercool two-story house in the woods.”

Check out the exclusive poster designed by artist Jon Wilcox below: READ FULL STORY

'The Kings of Summer' trailer: Nick Offerman is just your average suburban dad

Summer in suburbia is what you make of it. For some, it’s a parent-controlled prison. For Joe Toy, it’s an opportunity for freedom.

In the trailer for The Kings of Summer (which premiered at Sundance as Toy’s House), we meet Joe (Nick Robinson), a not-completely-gawky teenage boy, delivering a shoddy-looking project to his teacher, who casually informs him that his final was due a week earlier and that school is in fact over for the year. Who is this kid who doesn’t realize it’s summer?

At home, Joe is at the disposal of his father, Frank (played by the always delightful Nick Offerman) who authoritatively takes the cell phone out of his son’s hand to end his conversation with a cute blonde girl so that he can go clean up the tools in the garage. “My house, my rules,” Frank tells Joe. Ah, the authority of fathers!

In the sweet, whimsical-looking trailer, we follow Joe and his two friends as they escape to the woods to build a house and create their own kingdom, set to the uplifting We Were Promised Jetpacks song “Keeping Warm.” Co-starring Megan Mullally (Offerman’s real-life spouse), Alison Brie, and Mary Lynn Rajskub, The Kings of Summer hits select theaters on May 31.

Check out the trailer below.


Alison Brie, Nick Offerman, Adam Scott, and Amy Poehler are doing terrible, hilarious things in this 'Somebody Up There Likes Me' promo

If you’re a fan of NBC sitcoms, then you’ll definitely want to watch the promo for Nick Offerman’s movie Somebody Up There Likes Me, which features Community‘s Alison Brie, Parks & Recreation‘s Adam Scott and Amy Poehler, and Offerman’s Parks & Rec ex-wife/real-world still-wife Megan Mullally. And they’re all doing terrible, weird, wild things. What things you ask? Let’s just say it involves a folksy ode to marijuana, lady parts, and maybe John Cassavetes. Why not? Also, they turn Nick Offerman into a bong. Watch the video below (then take a shower). READ FULL STORY

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