There are some fans of David Foster Wallace who may never be comfortable with the idea of a movie about the writer. It’s something that DFW certainly wouldn’t have been comfortable with himself: For years he was concerned about how an...Show More Summary
Jason Segel plays author David Foster Wallace in "The End of the Tour."
Without context, the trailer for "The End of the Tour" kind of looks like an odd couple road trip comedy. Like "Almost Famous" for the book tour set, with Rolling Stone writer David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) on tour with author DavidShow More Summary
In the years since his death, pop culture has compressed David Foster Wallace down to “the guy who wrote Infinite Jest, and killed himself.” While both those things are certainly true—Infinite Jest’s sprawling, distinctive prose catapulted...Show More Summary
Could this movie earn Segel an Oscar nomination? "The End of the Tour Trailer: Jason Segel Impresses as David Foster Wallace" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary
Ever since its premiere at Sundance, the David Foster Wallace road trip film The End of the Tour has garnered rave reviews for How I Met Your Mother alum Jason Segel's performance as the late author of Infinite Jest. Yet all non-film critics had on the film were a few images of Segel and co-star Jesse Eisenberg.
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You've seen the Instagrams of Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace — now see the real thing: The first trailer for The End of the Tour, based on David Lipsky's Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, is here, which means we can all judge the performance that earned Segel super-early... More »
The film, which also stars Jesse Eisenberg, will hit theaters July 31.
It’s been seven years since David Foster Wallace died, but his influence still lingers, and will for years to come. In The End of the Tour, Jesse Eisenberg plays a Rolling Stone journalist who reflects on the time he spent with the author...Show More Summary
"Hey, isn't it reassuring to have a lot of people read you?" A24 has unveiled the first official trailer for The End of the Tour, directed by James Ponsoldt starring Jason Segel as the late author David Foster Wallace, who wrote the novel Infinite Jest. Show More Summary
Dad bod has become a recent trending topic, where super-trustworthy internet studies have shown that the majority of women are attracted to men with a less-than-perfect physique! Jason Segel, Seth Rogan, and Leonardo DiCaprio are all great examples of guys with dad bod — men who go to the gym occasionally but like to indulge in [...]
Like everything from your childhood that you had a remote affection for, The Muppet Show has been rebooted. Technically, the Muppets as a property has been resurgent since 2011 when Jason Segel used […]
The 20th edition of the Nantucket Film Festival will show A24's The End Of The Tour with Jason Segel as the late David Foster Wallace, also starring Jesse Eisenberg, on opening night, June 24th. For the sixth year in a row, NFF will screen a Disney•Pixar film on opening day. Show More Summary
As usual, this year’s Ebertfest provided an opportunity to mingle with the stars. Jason Segel of TV’s “How I Met Your Mother” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” discussed his change-of-pace role as author David Foster Wallace in “The End...Show More Summary
One of the most memorable elements of Ebertfest is the conversations that follow each film between critics, filmmaker, and film lovers in the audience. This year, dozens of talented people took the stage, including Jason Segel, James...Show More Summary
The first time Jason Segel shopped the story "Nightmares!," before it became a bestselling children's book, it was the first script he had ever written and he sold it to a big company.
The seventeenth edition of Ebertfest, a production of the University of Illinois, College of Media, begins this Wednesday, April 15, and in addition to reflecting on the journey of the festival with Roger all those many years ago, IShow More Summary
It’s been fifteen years since Freaks and Geeks premiered on NBC, and since then every member of the cast has taken over Hollywood in some fashion. Now, Jason Segel, David Gruber Allen, Seth Rogen, Busy Philipps, Sam Levine, Steve Bannos, and Linda Cardellini will all reunite for the 2015 TV Land Awards. Show More Summary
Jason Segel, Seth Rogen, and Judd Apatow are getting the cast NBC cult classic back together at the TV Land Awards.