Jason Orley’s I Want You Back starring Charlie Day and Jenny Slate will drop on Amazon Prime on Feb. 11, 2022.
The pic, written by Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger (Love, Simon and This Is Us) follows Emma (Slate) and Peter (Day). They thought they were on the precipice of life’s biggest moments – marriage, kids, and houses in the suburbs – until their respective partners dumped them. In their thirties and terrified that they have missed their shot at happily ever after, Emma and Peter are horrified to learn that their partners have already moved on. With no prospects on the horizon and the threat of dying alone hanging over their heads, they hatch a desperate plan to put an end to their exes’ new relationships and win them back.
Peter Safran and John Rickard are producing through The Safran Company with Aptaker and Berger of The Walk-Up Company
Gina Rodriguez, Scott Eastwood, Manny Jacinto, Clark Backo, Mason Gooding, Dylan Gelula, Jami Gertz, Jordan Carlos, Isabel May and Luke David Blumm also star.
Earlier this afternoon, it was announced that Day would be playing the voice of Luigi in Illumination/Nintendo/Universal’s Super Mario Bros. movie.
Slate previously starred in the Amazon comedy feature Landline which was distributed by Magnolia.
Category: Scott Eastwood
Exclusively from Variety:
After zooming to the top of the pandemic-era box office in the global hit “F9,” actor Tyrese Gibson has booked his next gig alongside Ray Liotta and Scott Eastwood.
The trio will lead the Los Angeles riots thriller “April 29, 1992,” the forthcoming feature from the breakout director of “The Iceman,” Ariel Vromen. Pre-production from a script by Sascha Penn is underway, aiming for an August start. Producers hope to have the film ready for release in observation of next year’s 30th anniversary of the riots, sparked by police brutality against Rodney King.
Gibson, a South Central L.A. native, will play opposite on-screen father and son Liotta and Eastwood. The film takes place on the first night of the riots, centering on a custodian who brings his son to work. The two quickly find themselves in the middle of a heist gone wrong.
Maurice Fadida of Kodiak Pictures is producing alongside Vromen. Adam Kolbrenner and Penn are also producing with Andreas Rommel, whose Trident Films will finance the project. Casting directors Billy Hopkins and Ashley Ingram have come aboard to round out the rest of the cast. We also hear a Los Angeles-based hip hop legend is in final talks to come on board as executive producer.
Gibson is also starring in the upcoming Sony/Marvel comic book adaptation “Morbius.” He is repped by Jim Osborne and Kris Heller at APA and Pearlman & Tishbi. Eastwood, who recently appeared in Guy Ritchie’s “Wrath of Man”, is repped by Steve Cohen and Ryan Muckenthaler at UTA and Chuck Pacheco at LBI. Liotta, who has the hotly anticipated “Sopranos” prequel “The Many Saints of Newark” coming this year as well as Elizabeth Banks’ upcoming “Cocaine Bear,” is repped by Gersh and Authentic Talent & Literary Management.
Trident Films is repped by Donaldson Callif Perez.
Part-time Aspenite Dane Chapin, actor Scott Eastwood partnered to create the “Made Here Beer” brand
Before Don Bryant met Dane Chapin face to face, the two brought their business entities and unique skills together to craft a new Aspen-brewed beer brand that celebrates the American worker.
“We sat right at that table and that was the first time we ever met, and the first time we ever tasted the beer together, and we were shipping it the next week,” Bryant said, pointing to one of the Aspen Tap patio tables at their Saturday launch party. “It’s been a crazy turn of events. You don’t often get partnerships and friendships with movie stars to align. And it’s not about money or other stuff. We are doing this because we love it.”
Bryant is the CEO of Legacy Breweries — operating under the offshoot High Country Brewing LLC name — which in fall 2019 bought Aspen Brewing Co. that runs Aspen Tap in downtown Aspen. He recently partnered with Chapin — as well as his wife, Katherine — a California-based entrepreneur who calls Aspen his second home, as well as actor Scott Eastwood, son of famed actor and director Clint Eastwood, to bring the “Made Here Beer” brand to life.
Among their other endeavors, the Chapins are responsible for many versions of the board game Monopoly, including the Aspen edition.
“I’ve started a lot of different businesses. I had this crazy idea five years ago to create a company that celebrates America at its best. One thing led to another and we came up with the idea of ‘Made Here,’” Dane Chapin said. “More than 90% of all beer consumed in the U.S. has some foreign component to it, whether it’s foreign-owned or has foreign ingredients. So we wanted something that really pays respect to the American worker, all they do and all the hard work. There is nothing more celebratory than beer.”
Eastwood, a fellow Californian who became friends with Chapin through a few real estate deals many years ago, is the other half of the “Made Here” company that focuses on creating 100% made and manufactured American products. The creation of a beer brand under that label is their most recent step, and Aspen is center stage.
Because Chapin has no background in brewing beer, he partnered with Bryant back in November to make it happen. The “Made Here Beer” is mostly made in the Aspen Brewing Co. brewery located at the Aspen Business Center, with a second brewery located in Denver to serve the Front Range.
“We got a pretty amazing product that we are all really proud of,” Eastwood said in a phone interview with The Aspen Times on Saturday. “Dane and I go way back. … He was going to celebrate America by building a company around American manufacturing and keeping it all here. I really loved the idea and the concept. So we went off to the races. Beer was sort of a next step, because what is more American than beer, and we both like beer.”
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