The End Of The Tour, A24’s Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel pic about writer David Foster Wallace and a reporter profiling him, got off to a solid beginning with a launch in 4 New York and L.A. theaters, one of a handful of new specialty movies this weekend. Show More Summary
The role as author David Foster Wallace seems to have come at just the right moment for Jason Segel.
This blog post is part of a series called, “Celebrity Substance.” I will be using celebrity careers from a variety of professions as examples, discussing what can be learned from their successes and failures. Actor and writer Jason Segel, known for starring in the television series “How I Met Your Mother,” [...]
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Despite Eisenberg’s rough patches with the media, Segel and him seemed to really get along.
A next-level Jason Segel as the late David Foster Wallace.
In their new movie The End of the Tour, Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg play two writers— acclaimed author David Foster Wallace and Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky — who in 1996 conducted a marathon five-day interview while Wallace finished promoting his beloved novel, Infinite Jest. Befitting their roles, Segel and Eisenberg...
I much prefer the sit-down-in-a-chair, use-your-brain games to the get-up-and-move-around games, in real life and on talk shows. More » Turns Out Jason Segel Is Really Good At Sneaking Random Words Into Conversation is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
As if you we needed more proof "Word Sneak" is a great activia. Jason Segel takes on a serious role in his new movie "The End of the Tour," but on Wednesday, the guy couldn't keep a straight face playing the "Tonight Show" game with Jimmy Fallon. Show More Summary
The 'End of the Tour' star caused Fallon and band leader Questlove to crack up.
It's all part of a game called Word Sneak
Sometimes, when celebrities go on talk shows, they don't have any quippy anecdotes to share. So instead, Jimmy Fallon has them concoct eyebrow-raising stories using odd words like "squat thrust" and "urologist." It's a game he likesShow More Summary
Trepidation was not an uncommon response to the announcement, back in late 2013, that Jason Segel had secured the role of David Foster Wallace in an upcoming movie. The lankiest of the goofballs to emerge from the Judd Apatow players...Show More Summary
Jason Segel turns in a solid performance as the novelist in The End of the Tour. But turning Wallace into a movie character has its pitfalls. The post Consider the Movie About the Book About David Foster Wallace appeared first on WI...
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It would be easy for reporter David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) to feel intellectually cowed by the novelist David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) during the five days Lispky spent interviewing him for Rolling Stone — a long encounter that forms the basis for James Ponsoldt's new film The End of the... More »
In 1996, David Lipsky convinces his editor at Rolling Stone to let him do something unfamiliar to the magazine—run an interview with a famous author. While it’s almost even less imaginable in today’s world of reality stars than it was...Show More Summary
Between pumping fresh blood into romantic comedies with "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and bringing the Muppets back to the big screen, Jason Segel has found a lot of success in show business following his breakout role in the beloved but too-soon cancelled "Freaks and Geeks." All of this success has earned Segel a lot of creative freedom. Show More Summary
When it was announced that a movie about author David Foster Wallace (Infinite Jest) was on the way, the literary world nearly imploded. Opinions were fierce, loud and on occasion, vicious. From the author’s estate publicl... via JustLuxe.com