Compared to Nicholas Stoller‘s two previous films, The Five-Year Engagement has a lot going on. While his prior efforts only covered a few days, Engagement‘s timeline, if you couldn’t guess, goes well over… five years. Fitting all that time in one movie mustn’t be easy, as well as all the drama and comedy that takes place in that same period. As Stoller described the long writing process, it wasn’t easy, but life saves such as When Harry Met Sally helped him get through it, along with the help of co-writer Jason Segel.
Briefly: Over the past year Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him to the Greek director Nicholas Stoller has been pondering his next directorial effort, saying that it was likely to be a relationship dramedy called Five-Year Engagem... Read Post
“Community” star Alison Brie continues to make her mark in feature film with a new gig. According to Variety, the actress is joining the cast of the upcoming Nicholas Stoller comedy Five Year Engagement. She’ll star alongside Jason ... Read Post
This question originally appeared on Quora: How much improvisation was done by the cast in Neighbors?. Answer by Nicholas Stoller, Director/Screenwriter, Neighbors A fair amount of improv was used in this film. I always do about 20-... Read Post