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A 13-year-old Nebraska girl, Luli (Chloë Moretz), runs away from her alcoholic parents, bringing along a pistol. After she is taken under the wing of grifter Glenda (Blake Lively), who uses her in cons and makes her an accessory to a robbery, both their lives are threatened by erratic drifter Eddie (Eddie Redmayne).
McHale also shares what it was like to play a young Chevy Chase, the status of a “Community” movie and what happened with his CBS sitcom.
Screen Talk episode 189: “Ready Player One” chatter, plus updates from SXSW and Miami.
Producer Jason Katims (“Friday Night Lights”) also discusses why he was ready to return to high school, and Perez reveals the reason she avoided TV until recently.
Galecki also describes how “surreal” it was to return to the “Roseanne” reboot set, and gives his take on when “The Big Bang Theory” will likely end.
It’s not the audience that’s changed, it’s Hollywood’s theatrical patience.
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If film festivals are truly going to adapt more balanced approaches to programming, they may require some new ground rules.