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A Sony Pictures Classics Release


Written and directed by Paul Weitz


Elle Reid has just gotten through breaking up with her girlfriend when her granddaughter Sage unexpectedly shows up needing 600 dollars before sundown. Temporarily broke, Grandma Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get their hands on the cash as their unannounced visits to old friends and flames end up rattling skeletons and digging up secrets.

"Acerbically funny...Lily Tomlin giving a career-capping performance."
– Stephen Holden, The New York Times


Lily Tomlin

Lily Tomlin

Lily Tomlin, one of America's foremost comediennes, continues to venture across an ever-widening range of media, starring in television, theater, motion pictures, animation, and video. Throughout her extraordinary career, Tomlin has received numerous awards, including: seven Emmys; a Tony for her one woman Broadway show, Appearing Nitely; a second Tony for Best Actress, a Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics’ Circle Award for her one woman performance in Jane Wagner’s The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe; a CableAce Award for Executive Producing the film adaptation of The Search; a Grammy for her comedy album, This is a Recording as well as nominations for her subsequent albums Modern Scream, And That's the Truth, and On Stage; and two Peabody Awards--the first for the ABC television special, Edith Ann’s Christmas: Just Say Noël, and the second for narrating and executive producing the HBO film, The Celluloid Closet. In 2003, she received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor and, in December 2014, was the recipient of the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors in Washington DC.

Early Life. Tomlin was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in a working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of one of the city's most affluent areas. Although she claims she wasn't funny as a child, Tomlin admits she "knew who was and lifted all their material right off the TV screen." Her favorites included Lucille Ball, Bea Lillie, Imogene Coca, and Jean Carroll, one of the first female stand-ups on The Ed Sullivan Show. After high school, Tomlin enrolled at Wayne State University to study medicine, but her elective courses in theater arts compelled her to leave college to become a performer in local coffee houses. She moved to New York in 1965, where she soon built a strong following with her appearances at landmark clubs such as The Improvisation, Cafe Au Go Go, and the Upstairs at the Downstairs, where she later opened for the legendary Mabel Mercer in the Downstairs Room.

Television. Tomlin made her television debut in 1966 on The Garry Moore Show and then made several memorable appearances on The Merv Griffin Show, which led to a move to California where she appeared as a regular on Music Scene. In December 1969, Tomlin joined the cast of the top-rated Laugh-In and immediately rose to national prominence with her characterizations of Ernestine, the irascible telephone operator, and Edith Ann, the devilish six year old. When Laugh-In left the air, Tomlin went on to co-write, with Jane Wagner, and star in six comedy television specials: The Lily Tomlin Show (1973), Lily (1973), Lily (1975), Lily Tomlin (1975), Lily: Sold Out (1981), and Lily for President? (1982), for which she won three Emmy Awards and a Writers Guild of America Award. Tomlin also starred in the HBO special about the AIDS epidemic, And the Band Played On (1993). She has guest starred on numerous television shows, such as Homicide, X-Files and Will and Grace, and played the boss on the popular CBS series, Murphy Brown. She is also heard as the voice of the science teacher Ms. Frizzle on the popular children’s animated series, The Magic School Bus, for which she was awarded an Emmy.

In 2002, Tomlin joined the cast of the hit NBC series, The West Wing, playing President Bartlett’s assistant, Debbie Fiderer--a role for which she received a 2003 Screen Actors Guild nomination for Best Actress in a Drama Series. Tomlin continued in the role of Debbie through 2006, the final season of West Wing. In the past few years, Tomlin has made several guest appearances on Desperate Housewives, NCIS, Eastbound and Down, and guest starred in the acclaimed FX series, Damages, in the Emmy-nominated role of matriarch of a wealthy New York family accused of financial fraud. In 2012, Tomlin co-starred with Reba McEntire on the ABC series, Malibu Country, and this year can be seen on the Showtime series, Web Therapy, as Lisa Kudrow's narcissistic mother. She also produced, with Jane Wagner, and narrated the HBO documentary, An Apology to Elephants, for which Tomlin received an Emmy Award for Narration in 2013. Tomlin is currently in production on a series, Grace and Frankie, co-starring with Jane Fonda, which will be released on Netflix next year.

Stage. Tomlin made her Broadway debut in the 1977 play, Appearing Nitely, written and directed by Jane Wagner. Appearing Nitely included such favorites as Ernestine and Judith Beasley, the Calumet City housewife, and also introduced Trudy the bag lady, Crystal the hang-gliding quadriplegic, Rick the singles bar cruiser, Glenna as a child of the sixties, and Sister Boogie Woman, a 77-year-old blues revivalist. Appearing Nitely was later adapted as both an album and an HBO Special. Tomlin next appeared on Broadway in 1985 in a yearlong, SRO run of Jane Wagner’s critically acclaimed play, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe. The Broadway success was followed by a coast-to-coast, 14-city tour that spanned four and a half years. Tomlin extended this theatrical career with a cross-country, 29-city tour of The Search, a new production of The Search on Broadway, a recordbreaking, six-month run of the production in San Francisco, and a six week run as part of the 2004 season at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles Movies.

On film, Tomlin made her debut as Linnea, a gospel singer and mother of two deaf children in Robert Altman's Nashville (1975). Her performance was nominated for an Academy Award, and both the New York Film Critics and National Society of Film Critics voted Tomlin Best Supporting Actress. She next starred opposite Art Carney as a would-be actress living on the fringes of Hollywood in Robert Benton's The Late Show (1977). She went on to star with John Travolta as a lonely housewife in Jane Wagner’s Moment By Moment (1978), and then teamed with Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton in the late Colin Higgins' comedy, 9 to 5 (1980). She starred as the happy homemaker who became The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981), written by Jane Wagner, and the eccentric rich woman whose soul invades Steve Martin's body in Carl Reiner's popular All of Me (1984). She then teamed with Bette Midler for Big Business (1988).

In the 90’s, Tomlin starred in the film adaptation of The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life In the Universe (1991); appeared as part of an ensemble cast in Woody Allen's Shadows and Fog (1992); starred opposite Tom Waits in Robert Altman's Short Cuts (1993); and portrayed Miss Jane Hathaway in the screen adaptation of the popular television series The Beverly Hillbillies (1993). Tomlin also played a cameo role in The Player (1992) and Blue in the Face (1995), starred in the Miramax film Flirting With Disaster (1996) and joined Jack Lemmon, Dan Akroyd and Bonnie Hunt in Getting Away with Murder (1996). Tomlin starred opposite Richard Dreyfuss and Jenna Elfman in Buena Vista’s Krippendorf’s Tribe (1998) and co-starred with Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Cher in the Franco Zeffirelli film Tea With Mussolini (1999). She then starred with Bruce Willis in Disney’s The Kid (2000) and appeared in a quirky cameo role in Orange County (2002). Tomlin co-starred with Dustin Hoffman in I Heart Huckabee’s, a David O. Russell comedy that explores the emotional idiosyncrasies of life (2004). She was seen in A Prairie Home Companion (2006), written by Garrison Keillor and directed by Robert Altman, in which she and Meryl Streep appear as a sister-singing act. Tomlin next appeared in Paul Schrader's film, The Walker (2007), co-starring with Woody Harrelson, Kristin Scott-Thomas and Lauren Bacall. Tomlin then played a sensitivity-training expert assigned to instruct employees on social and political correctness with Steve Martin as Inspector Clousseau in Pink Panther II (2009). Tomlin then starred in a new Paul Weitz movie with Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, Admission (2013). For her extensive work in film, Tomlin has received the Crystal Award from Women in Film.

Live Appearances. Tomlin continues to make appearances around the nation and, in 2006, took her classic characters to Australia for shows in Sydney and Melbourne. In November 2009, Tomlin debuted in Las Vegas at The MGM Grand Hotel in her new show entitled Not Playing with a Full Deck. She returned there for two engagements in 2010. In 2011, she returned to Australia for several concert appearances and participated in the Mardi Gras Festival.

Tomlin can be found on the popular website for women,, and participates with other celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg, Candice Bergen, Liz Smith, Jane Wagner, Peggy Noonan, Marlo Thomas and Lesley Stahl to create an on-line community which is owned and run by women for women of all ages and origins. On New Year's Eve 2013, Tomlin and Wagner were married in a private ceremony with friends. Tomlin’s entire career in art, text, photos and videos can be found at Tomlin is currently working on new stage, radio, television and social media projects, including an educational game app for kids, City Adventures of Edith Ann, based on her beloved character, Edith Ann.

Julie Garner

Julia Garner

Julia is currently filming a recurring role in THE AMERICANS, the successful FX spy drama. Julia recently filmed the Paramount/Voltage film GOOD KIDS with director Chris McCoy, opposite Zoey Deutch, Nicholas Braun, and Craig Roberts. Last summer, Julia appeared in SIN CITY 2 opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt, directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. Julia stars in Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE, which premiered at Sundance 2013. Her first starring role in the film ELECTRICK CHILDREN premiered at the 2012 Berlin International Film Festival. Julia's first film was MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, which premiered at Sundance in 2011.

Variety selected Julia as one of the "Five Who Will Thrive" at Sundance 2013, in addition to including her in their "Youth Impact Report" for 2012. Julia was also selected as one of the "Five New Faces of the Berlin Film Festival 2012" by The Hollywood Reporter, as well as one of the "10 Actresses on the Rise in 2012" by Indie Wire Magazine. Julia was chosen as the only actor on the "25 New Faces of Independent film of 2012" by Filmmaker Magazine. Julia was also featured in both Teen Vogue and Nylon Magazine's "Young Hollywood" Issues.

Marcy Gay Harden

Marcia Gay Harden

Award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden has forged a remarkable body of work, always staying true to her chameleon style of "becoming the character." Her character portraits have been described by critics as "searing", "heartbreaking", "inventive", "pure and profane simultaneously", "astonishing", "authentic", and "sensuous". From the glamorous Ava Gardner in Sinatra, to the artist Lee Krasner in Pollock (for which she won Best Supporting Actress Oscar®), to the down and out Celeste in Mystic River (another Academy Award® nomination) Marcia has created a signature style based in character transformation. Her versatility and wide-range have been praised in such films as Millers Crossing, The First Wives Club, Meet Joe Black, Mona Lisa Smile, The Hoax, and Used People.

Most recently, Harden portrayed Christian Grey’s mother in the Universal hit film Fifty Shades of Grey. The film went on to gross over $500 million and is one of 2015’s highest grossing films. Earlier this year, Harden had a memorable arc on the ABC hit drama "How To Get Away With Murder," The film "After Words" that Harden shot on location in Costa Rica was recently picked up at the Cannes Film Festival.

This fall, Harden stars as Leeane Rorish in the highly anticipated CBS drama "Code Black," the series is based on an award-winning documentary by the same name and is set in the nation’s busiest ER.

Other projects include Elsa & Fred starring the legendary Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer, the ABC comedy series Trophy Wife, which starred Malin Ackerman, Bradley Whitford and Michaela Watkins and Woody Allen’s Magic in the Moonlight, starring Emma Stone, Colin Firth and Jacki Weaver. Last fall, Harden reprised her role as First Amendment attorney Rebecca Halliday in the critically acclaimed guest star role on Aaron Sorkin’s HBO series The Newsroom.

Marcia has chosen a life away from mainstream Hollywood, crossing between independent and studio films, and television and theatre. In 2011 Harden reprised the role she originated on Broadway in the Tony Award® winning play God of Carnage along with the original cast with a tremendously successful stage run at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. In 2009, it was her exceptional Broadway performance in this starring role that garnered her the Best Actress Tony Award®. Her fellow-nominated co-stars in the play included James Gandolfini, Hope Davis and Jeff Daniels. Additionally, she received an Outer Circle Critics Award for her performance, as well as nominations from the Drama Desk and Drama League. That same year, she was nominated for an Emmy® Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for her role in The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler.

Other nominations include a Tony® nomination for Tony Kushner’s Angels in America (for which she won the Drama Desk and Theatre World Awards), an Emmy® nomination for her guest appearance on Law and Order: SVU, also an Independent Spirit Award nomination for American Gun.

Television appearances include starring in Lifetime’s The Amanda Knox Story, portraying Amanda’s mother Edda Mellas opposite Hayden Panettiere, co-starring in the critically acclaimed FX drama Damages opposite William Hurt and Glenn Close. Film credits include Parkland, which also starred Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Giamatti and Ron Livingston, If I Were You co-starring Aidan Quinn, Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You, with Peter Gallagher and Ellen Burstyn, Detachment co-starring Adrien Brody, Christina Hendricks, and Lucy Liu for Tribeca Films.

Additionally, Harden co-starred in Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut Whip It, in which her daughter Eulala Scheel also had a co-starring role, The Maiden Heist with William H. Macy, Morgan Freeman, and Christopher Walken, Canvas, Rails and Ties, Stephen King’s The Mist for which she won a Saturn Award,) Sean Penn’s Into the Wild, and The Christmas Cottage with Peter O’Toole.

Harden graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. in Theatre and an MFA from the Graduate Acting program at New York University.

Judy Greer

Judy Greer

Judy Greer’s 2015 starts off with the return the animated series "Archer," on which she is currently voicing 'Cheryl'.

The paperback release of Judy's first book, "I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star," will be on April 28, 2015. It was originally published in hard cover on April 8, 2014. The Doubleday publication includes humorous essays with titles like "Celebrities I've Peed Next To," "I'm Not America's Sweetheart, I'm America's Best Friend" and that chronicle Greer's life.

Later in 2015, Greer stars opposite George Clooney and Hugh Laurie in Brad Bird's "Tomorrowland" which will be released on May 22, 2015. She recently wrapped production on Colin Trevorrow's "Jurassic World" opposite Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. The film is set to be released on June 12, 2015. Further, Greer is currently in production on "Ant-Man". The superhero based film is produced by Marvel Studios and will be distributed on July 17, 2015 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

Greer recently starred in "Married," a new comedy series from Andrew Gurland, which debuted on July 17, 2014. The show centers on a married man (Nat Faxon) and his wife (Greer), who are best friends and determined to shake things up in order to save their marriage. The show was recently picked up for a second season.

Additionally, Greer voices the role of "Ivy" in Pixar's film "The Good Dinosaur," due to be released in November of 2015.

Greer is also currently starring in her own Yahoo! series called "Reluctantly Healthy," which she started in December of 2011. Each week this webisode gives special tips and advice on how to stay healthy while on-the go, working long hours, and traveling away from home. It was announced in August that the CW, in association with Litton Entertainment, has added "Reluctantly Healthy" to its new educational and informational "One Magnificent Morning" Saturday morning line-up, which premiered on October 4, 2014.

Previously, Greer starred in Jason Reitman’s "Men, Women & Children" opposite, Jennifer Garner and Adam Sandler. The film was released by Paramount on October 1, 2014. Earlier in the year, Greer lent her voice in Matt Reeves' "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" in which she played Cornelia, opposite Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and Jason Clarke. Twentieth Century Fox released the film on July 11, 2014.

Greer’s performance in Alexander Payne's "The Descendants" opposite George Clooney, earned her critical acclaim for her supporting role in the film, garnering solo nominations from both the Satellite Awards and the Denver Film Critics Society, in addition to being nominated as part of the ensemble cast for a Gotham Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Broadcast Film Critics Association Critics Choice Award.

No stranger to theatre, Greer made her Broadway debut alongside Katie Holmes and Norbert Leo Butz in the Broadway show "Dead Accounts" by Theresa Rebeck. Judy also starred in Paul Weitz's play "Show People" for Second Stage opposite Ty Burrell.

Greer's numerous past film credits include Carter Smith's "Jamie Marks is Dead" opposite Morgan Saylor and Liv Tyler. Previously you can see Judy in the remake of the 1976 film, "Carrie," directed by Kimberly Peirce. Greer has also starred opposite Ed Helms, Jason Segel, and Susan Sarandon in "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" for directors Jay and Mark Duplass. Greer can also be seen in screenwriter Robbie Fox's "Playing the Field," for director Gabriele Muccino opposite Gerard Butler, Jessica Biel, Uma Thurman, Dennis Quaid, and Catherine Zeta Jones. Additionally, Greer can be seen in Barry Blaustein's "Peep World" opposite Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, Kate Mara, and Rainn Wilson which debuted at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival; Malcolm Venville's comedy "Henry's Crime" opposite Keanu Reeves, Vera Farmiga, and James Caan; Magnolia Pictures' "Barry Munday" opposite Patrick Wilson and Chloe Sevigny; Ed Zwick's "Love & Other Drugs," opposite Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal; "Love Happens," opposite Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart; "Visioneers" opposite Zach Galifianakis; "The Go-Getter" opposite Zooey Deschanel and Jena Malone; "27 Dresses" opposite Katherine Heigl and James Marsden; "The TV Set" opposite Sigourney Weaver and David Duchovny; "American Dreamz" opposite Hugh Grant and Mandy Moore; "The Amateurs" opposite Jeff Bridges; Cameron Crowe's "Elizabethtown;" M. Night Shyamalan's "The Village;" 13 Going on 30 opposite Jennifer Garner; writer/director Adam Goldberg's psychological drama "I Love Your Work" (which debuted at the 2003 Toronto Film Festival); "The Hebrew Hammer; Charlie Kaufman's critically-acclaimed "Adaptation;" "The Wedding Planner" opposite Jennifer Lopez; "What Women Want" opposite Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt; Danny Leiner's "The Great New Wonderful;" "What Planet Are You From?"; "Three Kings;" "Jawbreaker;" "In Memory of My Father;" "The Specials;" and "Kissing Fools."

No stranger to the small screen, Greer starred in "Arrested Development," which premiered on Netflix on May 26, 2013, where she reprised her role as Kitty Sanchez, George Bluth's (Jeffrey Tambor) assistant/girlfriend. Greer appeared in a multi-episode arc on the much anticipated new season of "Two and a Half Men" as Bridget Schmidt', ex-wife of Ashton Kutcher's character Walden Schmidt'. Greer returned to the show this season after a 2007 guest appearance as a completely different character. Additional television credits include the ABC comedy "Miss Guided," and guest appearances on "Modern Family;" "How I Met Your Mother;" "The Big Bang Theory;" "House;" "Two and a Half Men;" "E.R.;" "My Name is Earl;" "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia;" "Californication"; and "Love Monkey."

Greer was born and raised in Detroit. She trained for nearly ten years in classical Russian ballet before shifting her interest to acting and gaining acceptance into The Theatre School, DePaul University's prestigious theatre conservatory program. Greer currently resides in Los Angeles.

Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox is an Emmy-nominated actress who can be seen in the Netflix original series "Orange is The New Black", where she plays the ground breaking role of Sophia Burset, an incarcerated African American, transgender woman. Laverne is the first trans woman of color to have a leading role on a mainstream scripted television show. Her work as an actress and advocate landed her on the cover of TIME Magazine as well as an Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series" and a Critic’s Choice nomination for "Best Supporting Actress."

Laverne can next be seen as a guest judge on "Project Runway All Stars" and has a guest starring role on Bravo’s first scripted series "The Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce," both will be airing in December. Laverne’s documentary "Laverne Cox Presents" The T Word" recently aired on MTV & Logo. The hour-long documentary explored the lives seven transgender youth from across the country and their determination to lead their lives as the people they are meant to be. Laverne was the host and executive producer of the ground breaking documentary. In addition she recently hosted #GoBold brought to you by Revlon, an empowering web series that celebrates bold, provocative women setting out to accomplish their goals.

Continuing her passion for producing, Laverne is currently working on another documentary titled "Free CeCe" in order to heighten visibility and awareness surrounding CeCe McDonald, a transgender woman who was controversially sentenced to 41 months in prison for second degree manslaughter after allegedly defending herself against a racist and transphobic attack. The documentary will focus on McDonald's case, her experiences while incarcerated in a men's prison and the larger implications of her case for the transgender community.

In 2013 Laverne won Best Supporting Actress at the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival for her work in the critically acclaimed film "Musical Chairs" directed by Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan). Laverne’s other acting credits include MTV’s "Faking It," "Law and Order," "Law and Order: SVU," "Bored to Death," and the independent films "Carla" and "The Exhibitionists."

Laverne is the first trans woman of color to produce and star in her own television show, VH1’s "TRANSForm Me" which was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award. Laverne is also the first trans woman of color to appear on an American reality television program, VH1’s "I Wanna Work for Diddy" for which she accepted the GLAAD media award for Outstanding Reality Program. She also received The Stephen F. Kolzak Award at the 2014 GLAAD Media Awards in LA.

Laverne is a renowned speaker and has taken her empowering message of moving beyond gender expectations to live more authentically all over the country. Her work as an advocate landed her a coveted spot as one of Glamour Magazine’s 2014 Women of the Year. She is the recipient of the Dorian rising star award for her work in "Orange is the New Black," the Courage Award from the Anti-Violence Project, The Community Leader award from the LGBT Center of New York City, received the reader's choice award from "Out" Magazine, was named one of The Grio's 100 most influential African Americans, was named one of the top 50 trans icons by the Huffington Post, one of Out Magazine’s Out 100, Metro Source magazine’s 55 People We Love and ranked number 5 on the 2014 Root 100 list.

Sam Elliott

Sam Elliott

Sam Elliott’s iconic career all began with a bit part in the classic film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. His resonant drawl is instantly recognizable, with a voice that fuels international campaigns such as Dodge Ram and Coors.

The actor rose to stardom playing the lead of the Paramount Pictures’ Lifeguard. Some of his most memorable roles include playing ‘Virgil Earp’ in Tombstone, ‘The Stranger’ in The Big Lebowski, ‘Lee Scorseby’ in The Golden Compass, ‘General Ross’ in Ang Lee’s Hulk, and ‘Kermit Newman’ in Rod Laurie’s The Contender.

His upcoming films include I’ll See You in My Dreams, directed by Brett Haley opposite Blythe Danner and the animated feature Tibetan Rock Dog directed by Ash Brannon with Luke Wilson, Mae Whitman, and J.K. Simmons.

Among his countless film credits include The Company You Keep, We Were Soldiers, Ghost Rider, The Hi-Lo Country, Did You Hear about the Morgans?, Barnyard , Off the Map, Gettysburg, Rush, Prancer, Fatal Beauty, Mask, Up in the Air, and Thank You for Smoking.

On television, Sam currently recurs on the series Justified and recently recurred on Parks and Recreation. Elliott was nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role in Buffalo Girls. Other television credits include Fail Safe, You Know My Name, which was a movie for TNT that won the first Golden Boot "Best of the West" Award, the miniseries Murder in Texas, Gone to Texas, The Sam Houston Story, The Yellow Rose and Fugitive Nights.

Nat Wolff

Nat Wolff

Coming off two coming-of-age films, The Fault in Our Stars and Palo Alto, actor/musician Nat Wolff is building his resume as a formidable young film star. Recently, FOX 2000 announced its acquisition of John Green’s novel, Paper Towns, as a vehicle for Wolff to star. It re-unites him with The Fault in Our Stars team, including writers Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber (500 Days of Summer, The Spectacular Now), and producers Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen (Twilight). The film will release on June 19, 2015.

Directed and adapted by Gia Coppola from James Franco’s collection of short stories, Palo Alto premiered to critical success at the Venice, Toronto and Telluride Film Festivals.

In addition to upcoming film Paper Towns, Wolff will star next in Ashby, a drama focusing on the relationship between a high school student (Wolff) and a retired CIA assassin (Mickey Rourke); Nancy Meyers’ The Intern for Warner Bros, opposite Anne Hathaway and Robert DeNiro; and a remake of Stephen King’s The Stand for director Josh Boone. On the music side, Wolff is releasing new singles with his brother, Alex Wolff, under the moniker Nat & Alex Wolff. Their latest two songs are currently available on iTunes.

Past film credits include Stuck In Love, directed by Josh Boone, opposite Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly and Lily Collins. He was also seen in Behaving Badly, opposite Selena Gomez (2013), Admission opposite Tina Fey and Paul Rudd (2012) and Toronto Film Festival dramedy Peace, Love and Misunderstanding opposite Jane Fonda, Catherine Keener and Elizabeth Olsen (2011).

In 2005, Wolff gained overnight recognition after starring in and providing song and lyrics for the musical-comedy film The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie. It garnered the Audience Award for Family Feature Film at the Hamptons International Film Festival, and following the tremendous success of The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, Nickelodeon piloted the spin-off television series The Naked Brothers Band (2007-2009). The subsequent TV series earned Wolff a Broadcast Music Incorporated Cable Award for songwriting, two Young Artists nominations, a Kids’ Choice Award nomination for Best TV Actor and a Best Band nomination at The Australian Kids Choice Awards.

John Cho

John Cho

Cho was most recently seen starring in the ABC series, SELFIE, opposite Karen Gillan. Additionally, Cho plays the corrupt "Officer Andy Brooks" in Fox’s captivating drama series, SLEEPY HOLLOW.

Cho was also recently seen reprising his role as Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu in J.J. Abrams' sequel STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS alongside Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Benedict Cumberbatch and Anton Yelchin. He also recently appeared in Seth Gordon's IDENTITY THIEF opposite Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman and THAT BURNING FEELING, a romantic comedy directed by Jason James.

Upcoming on the big screen, Cho will next appear opposite Bryan Cranston and Anna Kendrick in GET A JOB, a comedy centered on a recent college graduate, his friends, and their attempts to secure employment. Cho first came into the spotlight in the 1999 comedy AMERICAN PIE, in which he popularized the slang term "MILF." Cho recently reprised his role in the latest installment, AMERICAN REUNION. Cho achieved near-household name status starring as Harold Lee in the cult comedies, HAROLD AND KUMAR GO TO WHITE CASTLE, HAROLD & KUMAR ESCAPE FROM GUANTANAMO BAY and A VERY HAROLD & KUMAR 3-D CHRISTMAS.

Cho's additional film credits include Len Weiseman's remake of TOTAL RECALL opposite Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale, the Weitz Bros' AMERICAN DREAMZ, opposite Willem Dafoe and Hugh Grant, Justin Lin's BETTER LUCK TOMORROW; Ho Yim's PAVILION OF WOMEN; Steven Soderbergh's SOLARIS; and the Best Picture Oscar® winner, AMERICAN BEAUTY.

In television, Cho was seen starring in the NBC comedy, GO ON opposite Matthew Perry. In addition to numerous guest-starring roles, he also starred as Agent Demitri Noh in ABC's drama series FLASH FORWARD and the Weitz Bros' OFF CENTRE, as well as the final season of KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL.

Born in Seoul, Korea, and raised in Los Angeles, California, Cho began acting while studying English literature at the University of California, Berkeley. He toured the country with his first show, THE WOMAN WARRIOR, an adaptation of the renowned memoir by Maxine Kingston. Other stage roles include Laertes' in the Singapore Repertory Theater's production of HAMLET and a variety of shows for East West Players.

Cho currently resides in Los Angeles.

"A story about three generations of women and how they interact with each other. Lily Tomlin adds heart, soul, and, naturally, tons of comedy."
– Brian Moylan, The Guardian


Paul Weitz

Paul Weitz


Raised in New York City, Paul Weitz's directorial debut, along with his brother Chris, was American Pie. In addition to writing the animated film Antz, Paul and Chris also wrote and directed About a Boy, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay. Additionally, Paul is the director of films including Being Flynn, American Dreamz, In Good Company, and Admission.

As a playwright Paul works with the Off Broadway theatre Second Stage, which has produced four of his plays, including "Lonely I'm Not" which starred Topher Grace and "Trust" with Zach Braff and Bobby Cannavale. He is an executive producer of the series Mozart in the Jungle, starring Gael Garcia Bernal, for which he directed the pilot. He acted in the movie Chuck and Buck.

1821 Media

Production Company

1821 Media is a multimedia production and finance company that specializes in high quality films, television, graphic novels and digital media.

1821 Pictures currently has six films in post-production, including ‘Jane Got A Gun’, starring and co-produced with Natalie Portman.

On the studio side, the company has a number of projects set up at Warner Bros. and Disney.

1821 Pictures’ most recent independent releases include drama ‘And While We Were Here’, starring Kate Bosworth and ‘Machete Kills’, directed by Robert Rodriquez and starring Danny Trejo.

1821 Media was formed by Paris Kassidokostas Latsis and Terry Dougas in 2005. The two partners quickly formed alliances and went on to produce such features as Swing Vote starring Kevin Costner, The Box starring Cameron Diaz and The Invention of Lying starring Ricky Gervais and Jennifer Garner.

1821 Media continues to expand its slate and develop high quality projects for all mediums.

Depth of Field

Production Company

Depth of Field Productions was founded in 1999 following brothers Chris and Paul Weitz’s directorial debut, AMERICAN PIE. The two teamed with producer Andrew Miano to create their own shingle and over the next decade, along with development executive, Dan Balgoyen, have taken on various roles producing, directing and writing to expand the diversity of feature films on their slate.

Shortly after the success of their first film, the Weitz brothers co-directed ABOUT A BOY, which they adapted from Nick Hornby’s novel of the same name, earning their first Academy Award nomination. Under the Depth of Field banner, Paul Weitz wrote and directed IN GOOD COMPANY, starring Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace and Scarlett Johannson. Shortly thereafter, THE GOLDEN COMPASS, adapted and directed by Chris Weitz, starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig, won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. Chris Weitz also directed NEW MOON, the second installment of the TWILIGHT SAGA films based on Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling book series.

The company also produced the indie hit NICK AND NORAH’S INFINITE PLAYLIST starring Michael Cera and Kat Dennings, and Tom Ford’s A SINGLE MAN, which, in addition to being cited as one of the Movies of the Year by the American Film Institute, earned star Colin Firth an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.

Depth of Field produced 2011’s A BETTER LIFE, directed by Chris and which earned star Demian Bechir an Academy Award nomination, and 2012’s BEING FLYNN starring Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore, directed by Paul Weitz. Their most recent film, ADMISSION, was directed by Paul Weitz and starred Tina Fey and Paul Rudd.

Depth of Field just wrapped production on GOOD KIDS, the directorial debut of Chris McCoy.

Based in Los Angeles, Depth of Field currently has a first look deal with cable television studio Fox Television Studios (FTVS).

"Lily Tomlin has never been better."
– Peter Travers, Rolling Stone


  • Stephen Holden THE NEW YORK TIMES

    "Acerbically funny...Lily Tomlin giving a career-capping performance."

  • Brian Moylan The Guardian

    "A story about three generations of women and how they interact with each other. Lily Tomlin adds heart, soul, and, naturally, tons of comedy."

  • Peter Travers Rolling Stone

    "Lily Tomlin has never been better."

  • Claudia Puig USA Today

    "Humorous and poignant."

  • Clayton Davis Awards Circuit

    "Writer/Director Paul Weitz puts forth the finest work of his career."

  • Nathaniel Rogers The Film Experience

    "Tomlin's greatest role since 'Nashville.' Genuinely funny, totally smart, and generous."

"Tomlin's greatest role since 'Nashville.' Genuinely funny, totally smart, and generous."
– Nathaniel Rogers, The Film Experience