Screenwriter Andrew Dodge tapped into his own childhood antics to find the humor in BAD WORDS. Working with director Jason Bateman and the cast showed him its humanity.
BAD WORDS’ director and star Jason Bateman opens up about directing (as well as starring in) his feature directorial debut.
Comic actress Kathryn Hahn finds the comedy in challenging characters. She tells how she got to get down and dirty with Jason Bateman in BAD WORDS.
Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller star in the R-rated comedy about three best friends who find themselves where we have all been—at that confusing moment in every dating relationship when you have to decide “So…Where is this going?”
Jason (Zac Efron) and Daniel (Miles Teller) are living a carefree single life in New York City when their best friend Mikey (Michael B. Jordan) learns his wife wants a
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The cast and crew discuss the one word that changes everything in a relationship.
How director Tom Gormican pulled together Hollywood’s hottest young actors to bring THAT AWKWARD MOMENT to life.
How the talked-about script for THAT AWKWARD MOMENT snagged Zac Efron and made it to the big screen.
The inspiring, somewhat accidental, activism of DALLAS BUYERS CLUB hero Ron Woodroof echoes the fight against AIDS across the country. We highlight a few other stories here.
The decision to shoot DALLAS BUYERS CLUB with only natural light changed not only the film’s look, but also the nature of its production, pushing actors and film crew in new creative directions.
For both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto to become their characters, they needed to transform – physically, psychologically, emotionally – themselves totally. And for both, the work took them to a creative place they never imagined.
While DALLAS BUYERS CLUB focuses on the story of just one man, Ron Woodroof, it is his journey through homophobia, drug testing, pharmaceutical sales, and activism that captures the the larger pictures of the real-life tragedies and twists of the AIDS epidemic.
After more than a decade of hard work trying to get DALLAS BUYERS CLUB produced, screenwriters Craig Borten and Melisa Wallack finally found the right team of actors and filmmakers to bring Ron Woodroof’s story to the screen.
In 1992, screenwriter Craig Borten met with Ron Woodroof, an AIDS activist in Texas who had only months to live. Within minutes of talking to him, Borden knew he had to bring his story to the screen in DALLAS BUYERS CLUB.