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Elise     October 06, 2020

The first trailer for Aubrey’s latest film, “Black Bear“, has finally dropped!

It tells the story of a filmmaker named Allison (Aubrey Plaza) arriving to play house guest to a troubled couple (Christopher Abbott and Sarah Gadon), who have eschewed their life in the city after inheriting a family retreat. Battling writer’s block, Allison sparks a calculated game of desire and jealousy in pursuit of a new work that blurs the boundaries of autobiography and invention. BLACK BEAR explores the complex nature of relationships, gender dynamics, and the erratic nature of love as it traces the conflict between our lust and our longing for internal harmony. “Black Bear” will get released on Friday, December 4, 2020.

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Elise     August 20, 2020

Hello! I hope you are all safe and well in these troubling times. Things seem to be getting better, and last night (August 19), Aubrey, Jeff, and the rest of the “The Little Hours” cast (Alison Brie, Dave Franco, Fred Armisen and Kate Micucci) attended the “The Little Hours” Screening at Arclight’s Drive-In in Los Angeles, California. I have added high-quality pictures to our gallery.

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Elise     July 25, 2020

EW – This reunion is in support of Water for People. Please visit the Scott Pilgrim page if you are able to make a donation.

With each passing year, the list of actors in writer-director Edgar Wright’s 2010 graphic novel adaptation Scott Pilgrim vs. the World gets retrospectively more impressive. So, what was the chance, even in this time of lockdown, that Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Alison Pill, Aubrey Plaza, Mae Whitman, and Jason Schwartzman would all be available to take part in a 10th anniversary table read? The answer, it turns out, was “very good indeed.” All the aforementioned stars recently reunited (remotely) for a read-through of the screenplay along with fellow actors Ellen Wong, Satya Bhabha, Brandon Routh, and Mark Webber, Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley, screenplay co-writer Michael Bacall, and Wright himself.

In addition to celebrating the film’s 10th anniversary, the idea behind the reunion was to benefit the charity Water for People, a global nonprofit that helps people bring clean water and sanitation solutions to their communities. As Pill says at the start of a just-released video that documents the event, “We are here to support Water for People. This pandemic has laid bare the huge gaps in critical infrastructure and one of the best ways to prevent the spread of disease isn’t available to over three billion people. They don’t have clean water, so they can’t wash their hands, they don’t have sanitation solutions so diseases can spread quickly.”

People can donate via the Scott Pilgrim page on the Water for People website. Those who do so will get the chance to win one of the drawings completed by Bryan Lee O’Malley during the course of the table read.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World stars Cera as Scott Pilgrim, a bassist for the fictitious Toronto band Sex Bob-omb, who dumps his high school student girlfriend Knives Chau (Wong) for a Rollerblading Amazon courier named Ramona Flowers (Winstead). The problem? Ramona’s most recent partner, Gideon Graves (Schwartzman), has formed the League of Evil Exes with Ramona’s other former beaus, many of whom Scott battles in fantastical fights.

Released in August 2010, the movie was a box office disappointment but was beloved by many who did see it and rapidly acquired the status of a cult classic. As Evans noted in EW’s recent oral history of the film, “The Marvel fan base is rabid, but the Scott Pilgrim fandom is just as dedicated and loyal as any fandom I’ve ever seen.”

Dolby Cinema will celebrate the film’s 10-year anniversary with an upcoming theatrical re-release.

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Elise     May 06, 2020

THRMomentum Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to the suspense thriller Black Bear, starring Aubrey Plaza.

The feature, which premiered at Sundance, follows an expectant couple confronted with an out-of-town guest. Suffering from writer’s block, the guest seeks solace in the woods but instead finds herself at the center of a twisted love triangle.

Christopher Abbott and Sarah Gadon also star in the movie from writer-director Lawrence Michael Levine.

Tandem Pictures’ Julie Christeas and Jonathan Blitstein produced Black Bear, along with Richard J. Bosner of Blue Creek Pictures. Levine and Plaza also produced, along with Sophia Takal and Oakhurst’s Marina Grasic and Jai Khanna.

Black Bear is such a singular piece of filmmaking. From the first frame we were enthralled by Lawrence’s inventive storytelling,” said Dylan Wilcox, senior vp acquisitions for Momentum Pictures, which will announce a release plan at a later date. “The trio of lead actors all give incredible performances, and we’re excited to share it with audiences across the country.

CAA Media Finance brokered the deal on behalf of the filmmakers.

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