Category Archives: Leslie Mann

I Love You Phillip Morris @ Sundance

The co-directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s I Love You Phillip Morris starring Jim Carrey, Ewan McGregor, Leslie Mann and Rodrigo Santoro premiered on Sunday night at Sundance Film Festival. The indie film is adapted by the directors from author Steve McVicker’s I Love You Phillip Morris: A True Story of Life, Love, & Prison Breaks novel.


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I Love You Phillip Morris is a true story of a conman whose love for a cellmate leads him to make several prison escapes.

John Requa and Glenn Ficarra are repped by Adriana Alberghetti @ Endeavor, attorney Jeff Frankel @ Colden, McKuin & Frankel, and managers Chris Bender and Charlie Gogolak @ Benderspink.

Jim Carrey is repped by Dan Aloni, Kevin Huvane, Richard Lovett and Gregory McKnight @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

Ewan Gordon McGregor is repped by Brandt Joel @ Endeavor, attorney Robert Offer @ Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern and publicist Stephen Huvane @ PMK/HBH Public Relations.


USA Today

Update: Mr. MCGregor fired his publicist Stephen Huvane @ PMK/HBH Public Relations at the airport after his I Love You Phillip Morris screening and party.

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Jonah Hill @ Funny People, 21 Jump Street

Jonah Hill is writing a new draft and executive producing a big screen adaption of 80’s 21 Jump Street, and starts shooting Judd Apatow’s Funny People from September 5 to November 5.


Bauer-Griffin Online

Funny People stars Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Leslie Mann, Eric Bana and Jason Schwartzman, and hits theaters on July 31 of 2009.

Jonah Hill is repped by Sharon Sheinwold @ Endeavor.

21 Jump Street: A group of cops work undercover at a local high school.

Funny People: A comedian has a near-death experience.

Zac Efron’s 17 Again

New Line release stills from Burr Steers’ 17 Again starring Zac Efron.

Synopsis: A middle-aged father (Matthew Perry) wakes up to find he’s seventeen (Zac Efron) again. So, he enrolls in the same high school as his children to be close to them.


Chuck Zlotnick / New Line Cinema

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