"All right. Give me the lesbian and the Indian, and I got a story."
Embark on a journey of discovery with a trio of journalists searching for the man who wrote this classified ad:
*WANTED* Someone to go back in time with me. This is not a joke. You'll get paid after we get back. Must bring your own weapons. Safety not guaranteed. I have only done this once before. get to the bottom of this crazy ad >> Posted 10.25.12 by BrentJS
In The To Do List (formerly The Hand Job), rising star Aubrey Plaza has finally found the perfect vehicle for her own particular brand of deadpan humor, which allowed her to steal every scene she appeared in in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and gave us a reason to tune in to NBC's Parks and Recreation each week. Plaza headlines the movie as Brandy Klark, a recent high school graduate who realizes she is woefully inexperienced in the ways of human coupling and embarks on a summer-long mission to learn as much as she can about sex before college in the fall.
Plaza introduces the new Red Band trailer for the movie, promising that it will be "a real Valentine's Day movie," unlike "those other lame Valentine's Day movies" that tout their star-studded casts to "impress" moviegoers. After watching the racy new trailer — with its references to "jobs," "the back door," and "skorts" — we're wishing this was a Labor Day movie instead of a Valentine's Day movie because we don't want to have to wait that long to watch it. watch the NSFW trailer >> Posted 08.31.12 by BrentJS
If you saw a newspaper ad that read: "Wanted. Someone to go back in time with me. This is not a joke. You'll get paid after we get back. Must bring your own weapons. Safety not guaranteed. I have only done this once before," would you respond?
That's the premise of first-time director Colin Trevorrow's Safety not Guaranteed. The movie was screened at both Sundance at South by Southwest.
Here's the movie's synopsis:
When an unusual classified ad inspires three cynical Seattle magazine employees to look for the story behind it, they discover a mysterious eccentric named Kenneth, a likable but paranoid supermarket clerk, who believes he¹s solved the riddle of time travel and intends to depart again soon. Together, they embark on a hilarious, smart, and unexpectedly heartfelt journey that reveals how far believing can take you. watch the trailer >> Posted 03.31.12 by Chris
In a recent interview with Collider, Saturday Night Live and Paul actor Bill Hader discussed his upcoming projects for his summer hiatus from SNL, one of which is The Hand Job, a script written and to be directed by his wife, Maggie Carey (Chasing the Dream), and with Aubrey Plaza (NBC's Parks and Recreation) in the lead role. Hader revealed that the indie comedy is "trying to get their funding together" but has already attracted a large cast of comedic actors.
More about the Hand Job >> Posted 03.10.11 by Ryan
It’s a really cool movie. The cast for that is great. It’s got Aubrey Plaza, me, Andy Samberg (SNL), Donald Glover (NBC's Community), Connie Britton (Women in Trouble), Alia Shawkat (Whip It), Mae Whitman (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), and Johnny Simmons (Scott Pilgrim) is attached to it. It’s a really cool movie that is insanely funny. We did a reading of it at the Austin Film Festival and it just blew the roof off of the place. People went nuts for it. I really hope that happens.