The film stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, due out in August.
What is Casting Couch? It’s one stop shopping when it comes to casting news. It’s even better than shopping though, because it’s free. Today you can pay no money to find out what Olivia Wilde and Mark Duplass are teaming up on, as well as what Bill Hader’s first post-SNL gig might be. Show More Summary
As an aging crook. Obviously.
This drama from Worldview Entertainment centers on a man who must come to grips with a crime he committed in the past, which cost him the love of his life. [...]
Filmmaker David Gordon Green's career has spanned the gamut of beloved indie films to larger studio comedies like Pineapple Express with his upcoming indie film Prince Avalanche, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, being seen as a return...Show More Summary
Deadline’s Mike Fleming revealed on May 1 that Worldview Entertainment would finance and produce David Gordon Green’s Manglehorn with an offer going out to Al Pacino for the lead role. Pacino has now signed to play A.J. Manglehorn, an aging, ordinary guy in a small town who’s more than meets the eye. Show More Summary
Later this year, the quickly put together indie Prince Avalanche from writer/director David Gordon Green will hit theaters, and it's a throwback to his roots in films like All the Real Girls and George Washington, even with name talent like Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. Show More Summary
Yes, that headline comes with a caveat. While fans of David Gordon Green‘s early work have bristled at his turn into more mainstream comedies (count me as one of those bristlers), the filmmaker has never denied that said comedies (like Your Highness and The Sitter) are more in line with his personal tastes and preferences. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Worldview Entertainment has committed to finance and produce Manglehorn, which David Gordon Green will direct from a script he wrote with Paul Logan. I hear they are going out to Al Pacino for the lead role of A.J. Manglehorn,...Show More Summary
Though David Gordon Green broke out with quiet indie dramas like All the Real Girls, since 2008?s Pineapple Express he’s stuck mostly with studio comedy projects. But now he seems ready to transition back, with the indie Prince Avalanche as the first step. Funny but sweet, the film strikes a pleasing balance of both Green’s [...]
Filmmaker David Gordon Green (thankfully) shied away from his recent spat of studio comedies (like the wonderful Pineapple Express and the dismal The Sitter) for his latest feature, a lo-fi affair starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch that’s based on, of all things, an Icelandic comedy titled Either Way. It does not get more lo-fi than that. Show More Summary
In addition, we have the first poster for this dramatic comedy from director David Gordon Green. [...]
Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green has a new indie comedy on the way called Prince Avalanche. The film stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. Check out the first Prince Avalanche trailer below: Prince Avalanche Trailer Rudd plays...Show More Summary
From the man who brought you Pineapple Express comes a considerably more understated (but still hilarious-looking) odd-couple comedy, this time co-starring… Read More
"He's totally fine." Yes! Time to finally meet Alvin and Lance. Magnolia Pictures has unveiled a new teaser trailer for one of David Gordon Green's upcoming indie features, Prince Avalanche, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch and pretty much no one else. Show More Summary
Before making three films in positioned squarely in the stoner comedy genre, director David Gordon Green specialized in small, idiosyncratic movies like "George Washington" and "All the Real Girls." His latest film, "Prince Avalanche," which stars Emile Hirsch and Paul Rudd, is Green's attempt to strip away the excess of his last three theatrical efforts [...]
Here's the just-released trailer for David Gordon Green's Prince Avalanche. Emile Hirsch and Paul Rudd are goofing in the woods and there is a cute little skunk. It's worth seeing. Read more...
Here's the first trailer for David Gordon Green's Sundance hit Prince Avalanche, Green's first movie since 2011's Jonah Hill vehicle The Sitter and a return perhaps to slightly less commercial fare. Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star as highway employees working in remote parts of Texas, and the entire movie ... More »
The newly announced features include movies from Richard Linklater, Neil Jordan, David Gordon Green, Mira Nair, Neil LaBute and Clark Gregg; documentaries about Elaine Stritch, Richard Pryor and Gore Vidal; and a nonfiction feature about Moms Mabley directed by Whoopi Goldberg.
Wong Kar Wai’s jury gave Romanian film Child’s Pose the Berlin Golden Bear this evening. David Gordon Green was named Best Director for the well-received Prince Avalanche, a film he remade from the Icelandic movie Either Way, transporting the action to Texas. Show More Summary