Maura's passing will be addressed at the start of the episode, and will follow the Pfefferman family - Shelly (Judith Light), Sarah (Amy Landecker), Josh (Jay Duplass), and Ali (Gaby Hoffmann) - as they all grapple and come to terms with her death.[caption id="attachment_1016952" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Amazon[/caption] “We were all in mourning in many ways, and[...]
We’re not messing around...this is a real family, and these are the lessons we’re telling.”Created by showrunner Jill Soloway (I Love Dick) in 2014, Transparent has become one of the most popular and successful shows offered on Amazon Prime. Though the teaser trailer emphasizes Maura's attempts at having a social life, we see that there's also going[...]
In the trailer (via Indiewire) fir HBO's upcoming Animals, Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, Rob Corddry, Ellie Kemper, Wanda Sykes and more lend their voices to New York City's pet population as they navigate the modern world.Animals debuts on February 5th. In the trailer (via Indiewire) fir HBO's upcoming Animals, Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, Rob Corddry,[...]
The Orchard released this new trailer for their upcoming film, Manson Family Vacation, which sees Linas Philips as the ne'er-do-well brother of Jay Duplass Returning to Los Angeles, Philips' Conrad decides to visit all the important landmarks from the Manson Family's murder spree in the 1970s.[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geP6RMJRqOc[/youtube]That looks like quirky fun[...]
A Craigslist horror story that could use a shave.
Three guys, three girls - what could possibly go wrong?
The Duplass brothers write brothers well. Maybe that's one of the benefits of forming a family filmmaking duo. Last weekend I went to see Jay and Mark Duplass' Jeff, Who Lives At Home, having been a fan of the Duplasses' work ever since seeing This Is John, the short that made their name, during a […]
The Duplass Brothers (yes, capital D and B, they've earned them both) have pulled together another fine cast for their second "studio-y" project after Cyrus. The titular Jeff Who Lives At Home is played by Jason Segel, his mother by Susan Sarandon, brother by Ed Helms and sister-in-law by Judy Greer. If that was the […]
Hannah Shaw Williams writes for Bleeding Cool: Not so long ago, the only people who had heard of Mark and Jay Duplass were fans of ultra low-budget indie mumblecore movies, but after winning critical acclaim with their feature The Puffy Chair in 2005 they've been steadily moving more into mainstream, higher budget fare, the most recent[...]