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Ben Stiller’s ’Brad’s Status’ Bows Solid – Specialty Box Office

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

Satirizing Social Media-Led Status Anxiety In Mike White’s Ben Stiller-Starring ‘Brad’s Status’ – Toronto Studio

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

Brad’s Status Is a Naked, Grim Exploration of Envy

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 »

Real-life road trip helped ‘Brad’s Status’ actors bond

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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)        

Mike White’s Sermonizing College-Admissions Critique in “Brad’s Status”

Richard Brody writes about Mike White’s movie “Brad’s Status,” starring Ben Stiller, which revolves around the college-admissions game.

Ben Stiller Is Dad In ‘Brad’s Status’; Glenn Close & John Malkovich Hit ‘The Wilde Wedding’ – Specialty B.O. Preview

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

Ben Stiller is beyond compare in the terrific midlife-crisis comedy 'Brad's Status'

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...

You thought you had social media anxiety? Mike White talks ‘Brad’s Status,’ putting Ben Stiller’s character through comic pains

Writer-director Mike White explores modern problems, critically, compassionately and with uncomfortable hilarity, in his new movie Brad's Status.

Brad's Status

“Brad’s Status” might be the most Ben Stillerish movie Ben Stiller has ever made, and that’s actually a good thing. The actor and director has made much of his career out of playing comically miserable men: self-centered, frustrated, passive-aggressively perturbed. Show More Summary

Bonnie Hunt Joins Showtime's Ben Stiller Drama 'Escape at Dannemora'

She'll star alongside Benicio del Toro, Patricia Arquette and Paul Dano in the eight-episode limited series. read more

‘Escape At Dannemora’: Bonnie Hunt To Co-Star In Showtime Limited Series

Bonnie Hunt (Life With Bonnie) is set to co-star opposite Benicio del Toro, Patricia Arquette and Paul Dano in Showtime's limited series Escape At Dannemora, directed and executive produced by Ben Stiller. Escape At Dannemora is based...Show More Summary

Ben Stiller & Cuba Cooding Jr. Serve Guests at TIFF Gala

Ben Stiller and Cuba Gooding Jr. wear their waiter uniforms while standing in the kitchen at the Artists for Peace and Justice Gala held during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday (September 10) in Toronto, Canada. The guys co-hosted the event alongside Morgan Spurlock, Paul Haggis, and more. All of the co-hosts jumped [...]

L.A. film openings, Sept. 13-15

As festival season kicks into gear, “American Assassin,” starring Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton, and Darren Aronfsky’s “mother!’ headline the wide releases. Ben Stiller stars in Mike White’s “Brad’s Status,” and Angelina Jolie directs “First They Killed My Father,” in limited release. Sept....

Ben Stiller & Jenna Fischer Premiere 'Brad's Status' at TIFF

Ben Stiller suits up for the premiere of his new movie Brad’s Status during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday night (September 9) at the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto, Canada. The 51-year-old actor was joined at the premiere by his co-stars Jenna Fischer, Luke Wilson, and Austin Abrams. PHOTOS: Check out the [...]

‘Brad’s Status’ Review: Ben Stiller Finds Humor And Truth In This Smart And Wise Movie — Toronto

When Ben Stiller connects with a script that gives him a wholly three dimensional character like Brad Sloan, it is a pleasure to watch — and that is just the opportunity writer/director Mike White has handed him in Brad’s Status, a comedy...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Compares Bernie Sanders To That Entrepreneurial Murdering Hitchhiker From There’s Something About Mary

Remember that crazy hitchhiker character from There’s Something About Mary? The murderer/entrepreneur (played by a twitchy Harland Williams) who tried to get Ben Stiller to buy into his big idea for the next big workout craze? Well apparently, debating Bernie Sanders is a lot like arguing with that guy, according ... More »

Ben Stiller draws from his experiences as both a father and a son in two new character-driven films

In two movies this fall, Ben Stiller can be seen pushing himself in new directions as an actor, finding idiosyncratic, serio-comic tones to explore characters who find themselves in midlife crises and at crossroads perhaps not so far from where Stiller may currently also find himself. In both “Brad’s...

Ben Stiller draws from his experiences as both a father and a son in two new character-driven films

In two movies this fall, Ben Stiller can be seen pushing himself in new directions as an actor, finding idiosyncratic, serio-comic tones to explore characters who find themselves in midlife crises and at crossroads perhaps not so far from where Stiller may currently also find himself. In both “Brad’s...

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