"Why is she here?" That's what director Nicholas Stoller remembers thinking when Rose Byrne came to audition for the part of a raunchy pop star in his 2010 comedy Get Him to the Greek. The director knew ??the 35-year-old Australian actress primarily as an Emmy-nominated actress from the TV legal thriller Damages, and she looked...
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Seth Rogen and Zac Efron's raunchy comedy Neighbors was the surprise hit of last summer. Not only did it cost $18 million to make and earn $268 million worldwide, the film directed by Nicholas Stoller earned top-notch performances from the entire cast. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen and Zac Efron will team up again for a sequel to "Neighbors," last summer's blockbuster comedy from Universal. Rose Byrne will also return to play Rogen's wife and director Nicholas Stoller is on board, The Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary
Awesome news – Zac Efron and Seth Rogen have signed on to star in the upcoming Neighbors 2, a sequel to last summer’s hit comedy! In addition to the two stars returning, Rose Byrne and director Nicholas Stoller will also join the team again for the sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Neighbors cost only [...]
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Monday marked the 10th anniversary of the "Lost" premiere, the 15th anniversary of "The West Wing" pilot and the 20th anniversary of the "Friends" premiere, which basically transformed the Internet into a treasure trove of television nostalgia. Show More Summary
Nicholas Stoller‘s Neighbors has already made $213m worldwide. That’s an impressive haul, especially considering it only cost $18m to make. That’s a low number for a studio comedy, and there’s a reason for that. If the film had costShow More Summary
R-Rated comedies have found a home in the summer season going back years now, but so far in 2014 its been a bit of a mixed bag. Things kicked off in early May with the release of Nicholas Stoller's Neighbors - which won over criticsShow More Summary
Ant-Man, Ant-Man, Ant-Man. Everybody wants to talk about the man of ants, and the director's chair that seemingly nobody wants. Not Edgar Wright. Not Adam McKay. Not Rawson Thurber! But what about Nicholas Stoller and Michael Dowse,Show More Summary
Marvel is trying to keep the attention off their struggling Phase Three film Ant-Man following the departure of director Edgar Wright. Since the Shaun of the Dead director walked from the film over creative differences, supposedly resulting...Show More Summary
This question originally appeared on Quora: What is it like to direct a film you've also written? Answer by Nicholas Stoller, Director/Screenwriter, Neighbors I've done both. I always find my way into a movie by re-writing it, whether I've written it or not. Show More Summary
This question originally appeared on Quora: How much improvisation was done by the cast in Neighbors?. Answer by Nicholas Stoller, Director/Screenwriter, Neighbors A fair amount of improv was used in this film. I always do about 20-30% improv and 60-70% scripted. Show More Summary
Neighbors is now in theaters, and based on the box office receipts, it could end up being one of the biggest surprises of the summer. It’s not that big of a surprise after you see it, though, because the movie is just so damn funny.Show More Summary
So many of you caught Neighbors over the weekend. Director Nicholas Stoller’s parents-versus-frat-kids comedy steamrolled over The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with a whopping $51 million, good for the top slot at the box office. One of theShow More Summary
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was officially knocked from its web at the top of the North American box office weekend. Director Nicholas Stoller’s Neighbors, a film that finds Zac Efron and his famous abs squaring off against Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, had no trouble convincing lots of moviegoers to shell out money for tickets.
Every day was a party on the set of Neighbors, and often quite literally. Director Nicholas Stoller staged several full-scale frat bashes for the movie — which finds new parents Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne warring with the rowdy, Zac Efron–led frat house next door — and those shindigs inspired plenty of... More »
Stoller talks about making a visually distinct comedy (that's short!) and making sure Rose Byrne gets to be as dumb as Seth Rogen.
Ain't It Cool's Eric Vespe sits down with Neighbors director Nick Stoller and talks about breaking the typical college comedy mold, why Rose Byrne is awesome and how the film is actually a "dumb heist movie." Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with a fun little interview with Mr. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne go to war against the Animal House. Read the full article on AICN NEIGHBORS opens with a young married couple debating whether or not it's okay to fuck in front of their infant daughter. The wife, Kelly (Rose...Show More Summary