A Superbad-style coming of age raunchy comedy. Two best friends vow to lose their virginity before graduating high school. Then one confesses he's gay. Script's by Parks and Recreation writer Alan Yang, and it made The Black List. Laurence Mark produces with Jai Stefan.
The premise of friends vowing to lose their virginity by the end of high school has been exploited over and over again since American Pie debuted in 1999. This Valentine's Day, that concept gets an overhaul with Date and Switch, which you can see in the first trailer. Nicholas Braun and Hunter Cope star as longtime friends Michael and Matty, whose friendship and their pact is tested when Matty comes out of the closet. Dakota Johnson, Sarah Hyland, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Zach Cregger and Dreama Walker co-star in this coming-of-age teen comedy, debuting on VOD platforms and in theaters February 14. In addition, you can also check out the first poster.
Two guys who make a pact to lose their virginity before prom find their friendship tested when one of them comes out of the closet.Read More
Lionsgate has nabbed The Office's Craig Robinson to star in Rapturepalooza as the Ant-Christ. Paul Middleditch is directing this end of the world comedy from writer Chris Matheson.
Rapturepalooza is one of three new movies Lionsgate is lining up as part of their newly launched micro-budgeted movie slate. The second entry is titled Gay Dude, which is being compared to Superbad. Only in this comedy from Parks and Recreation writer Alan Yang, the Jonah Hill character turns out to have homosexual feelings towards his best friend, which he confesses during a wild run to lose his virginity.Read More