Digital network Studio71 is teaming up with Ben Stiller’s production company, Red Hour Films, on a forthcoming romantic comedy feature called Plus One. Starring Jack Quaid (Logan Lucky) and Maya Erskine (Casual), Plus One is about two...Show More Summary
Richard Brody reviews Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected),” starring Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler, and Ben Stiller, which is available to stream on Netflix.
Strangely enough, the story of how those two comic heavyweights shared their first major film together almost sounds like something that'd come out of one of Baumbach's films.
Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson help Sandler banish memories of "The Ridiculous 6" (almost).
Filmmaker Noah Baumbach discusses making 'The Meyerowitz Stories,' which stars Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, and Dustin Hoffman.
Harold Meyerowitz, the unsung artist and shitty father Dustin Hoffman plays in The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected), is a fresh addition to Noah Baumbach’s ever-expanding gallery of neurotic, narcissistic New Yorkers. One could be forgiven, however, for confusing him for the older, squatter version of a different… Read more...
The dynamics of family, the connections that do and do not bind people together, have long been a preoccupation for filmmaker Noah Baumbach. After exploring them in films such as “The Squid and the Whale,” “Margot at the Wedding,” “While We’re Young” and “Mistress America,” Baumbach pushes further...
Ben Stiller is all smiles as he brings along his 15-year-old daughter Ella as his plus-one for the premiere of his latest film The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) held at the 2017 New York Film Festival at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Centeron Sunday (October 1) in New York City. The 51-year-old actor was [...]
Ben Affleck had an unexpected but lovely date this weekend: 15-year-old Ella Olivia, his daughter with ex-wife Christine Taylor. Read more...
Ben Stiller brought along his 15-year-old daughter as his plus-one for the NYFF premiere of "The Meyerowitz Stories" at Lincoln Center.
The first teaser for Netflix’s new Noah Baumbach film The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) was all based around stars Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Elizabeth Marvel, Emma Thompson, and Dustin Hoffman singing a fun family song together. This new trailer features a similar amount of family fun, but it also hints at… Read more...
Toronto fest debut Brad's Status starring Ben Stiller reigned over the weekend's Specialties with a solid start. The Amazon Studios/Annapurna Pictures release by Mike White grossed over $100K from several locations Friday to Sunday, the highest absolute gross and per theater average among the reporting newcomer titles as of Sunday morning. Show More Summary
The uniquely privileged problem of status anxiety is the ill that afflicts Ben Stiller’s Brad in Mike White’s Brad Status. In the social media era, aren’t we all just chasing the idyllic lives our friends and family present to the world...Show More Summary
Mike White’s squirm quasi-comedy Brad’s Status begins with the title character (Ben Stiller) in bed, mulling over the inadequacy of his life. He considers — in voice-over — his closest college friends, whom fortune has favored: a Hollywood director (White), an entrepreneur who has already retired to Hawaii (Jemaine Clement), ... More »
Ben Stiller thought the best way to prepare for his role as a dad taking his son on a college tour in "Brad’s Status,” was to take the actor playing his son on a road trip. (Sept. 15)
Richard Brody writes about Mike White’s movie “Brad’s Status,” starring Ben Stiller, which revolves around the college-admissions game.
The Fall roll-outs begin ramping up this weekend as Toronto winds down, kicking the theatrical runs of the year's awards hopefuls into gear. Mike White's Brad's Status, from Amazon Studios/Annapurna Pictures, starring Ben Stiller, Austin Abrams and Luke Wilson is opening in New York and Los Angeles Friday on the heels of its Toronto bow. Show More Summary
The writer, director and actor Mike White has a knack for telling stories about the chasm between what people really want and who they really are. His sweet-and-sour satires are minefields of personal disappointment, bitterness and despair, littered with the wreckage of broken promises and unmet...