Ed Helms
“It was a tornado of fame and a lot of buffeting. It was very overwhelming”
Jana Schmieding and Michael Greyeyes shine, while Helms reverts to his standard ignorant Nice Guy character.
Harrison and Helms flip the script on a surrogacy setup in this comedy out from Bleecker Street on April 23.
Stars Helms and Harrison, and director Nikole Beckwith, joined IndieWire for a conversation about their film at the Sundance studio, presented by Adobe.
The alt-comedy darling takes center stage as a surrogate who forges an unlikely friendship with a single man in this wonky comedy.
In development before the Confederate statue furor, Ed Helms stars in the show as a small-town guy trying to deal with the area's complicated history.
Helms reflects on his time with 'The Daily Show,' and how the country has become even more divided; why he's satirizing cable news; and his uncanny resemblance to CNN's Jake Tapper.
The film will be released in theaters on January 27th, 2017.
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