Of course, the director ended up at the hospital.
Aubrey Plaza and co-star Billy Magnussen hit the red carpet as they attend a screening of their film Ingrid Goes West at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival on Saturday afternoon (October 7) in London, England. The 33-year-old actress looked pretty in a yellow dress with blue roses as she attended the screening of her [...]
Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West, Legion), Jenny Slate (Zootopia), Craig Robinson (Ghosted), Rob Riggle, and Stephen Merchant have joined the previously announced Miles Teller to lead the voice cast in the animated feature The Ark and the Aardvark. Show More Summary
On the September 1, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Hoai-Tran Bui, and Brad Oman to talk about the news, including the early buzz for Downsizing and The Shape of Water, the coolest Star Wars: The Last Jedi toys from Force Friday 2, and an all-female Lord of the Flies remake. Show More Summary
By Jacob Oller The Instagrim Ingrid Goes West is a powerful step in explaining cinema's relationship to social media. The article ‘Ingrid Goes West’ and Cinematic Social Media’s Evolution appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Aubrey Plaza is terrific as a social media addict in search of viral fame.
Aubrey Plaza makes her way out of the Bowery Hotel on Friday afternoon (August 25) in New York City. The 33-year-old former Parks & Rec star looked cool in a tan top, denim skirt, and white sneakers as she stepped out for the day. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Aubrey Plaza Aubrey is [...]
There’s an excellent dark comedy playing in theaters at the moment, Ingrid Goes West. At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta wrote director Matt Spicer‘s film “is not just your average comedy film, butShow More Summary
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This article originally appeared in the Cut. Ingrid Goes West might be the first film that really nails what it’s like to live in today’s selfie-saturated world. Like a Black Mirror episode set in the present day, IGW follows a mentally...Show More Summary
She's just living her #bestlife. by Ciara Dolan I f Wednesday Addams were a millennial, she’d be played by Aubrey Plaza. Just look at Parks and Recreation, where Plaza played the sullen intern April Ludgate, or Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, where she played Julie Powers, barista from hell. Show More Summary
“This is my life, and it’s psycho.”
Ingrid Goes West might be the first film that really nails what it’s like to live in today’s selfie-saturated world. Like a Black Mirror episode set in the present day, IGW follows a mentally ill woman named Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza) who develops a fixation on an Instagram influencer named Taylor ... More »
“Ingrid Goes West” is a cringey, fun film about social media-fueled obsession. Here’s how Aubrey Plaza and director Matt Spicer faked the authentic fakeness of Instagram. “Wanna see my Instagram post?” Aubrey Plaza asks. Read Full S...
The Los Angeles bow of Gook from Samuel Goldwyn Films had the best per theater average among the weekend's slew of new Specialty films. The Sundance fest title, directed by second-time feature director Justin Chon, grossed a combined $31K from two locations. Show More Summary
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Be forewarned: You’ll leave Ingrid Goes West wanting to swipe right on O’Shea Jackson Jr.’s Dan Pinto. Or at least I did. As a single woman living in New York City, where too many single guys think Williamsburg is adventurous, I firmly believe that Dan — Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza’s) Batman-loving ... More »