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This Is Us’ Griffin Dunne to star in Noah Pritzker comedy

This Is Us' Griffin Dunne to star in Noah Pritzker comedy

This Is Us star Griffin Dunne is set to star in a new Noah Pritzker yet-untitled comedy along with Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction) and others. Here’s a first look!

The film from Play Book Productions and Pimienta Films will center on Dunne’s character, Peter Pearce.

This Is Us' Griffin Dunne to star in Noah Pritzker comedy

Synopsis

Overwhelmed by his pending divorce from Maria (Arquette) and the declining health of his father (Benjamin), Peter plans a getaway to Tulum, insistent he knows nothing of his sons’ (Heizer and Norton) plans to be there at the same time for a bachelor party.

Cast

Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction), Richard Benjamin (Michael Crichton’s Westworld), Miles Heizer (13 Reasons Why) and James Norton (Little Women) will lead the cast.

Others joining the ensemble include Eisa Davis (Mare of Easttown), Marcia Jean Kurtz (If Beale Street Could Talk), John Ventimiglia (The Sopranos), Lou Taylor Pucci (You), Echo Kellum (Grand Crew), Ian Owens (Shrill), Pedro Fontaine (Spider), Simon Van Buyten (Chaussée d’Amour), Nate Mann (Licorice Pizza), Zora Casebere (On the Rocks) and Rachel Zeiger-Haag (Monsterland).

Production

The film shooting on location in Tulum and New York City was cast by Emmy nominee Douglas Aibel (The Staircase). Academy Award winner Bruce Cohen (American Beauty) will produce through his company Play Book Productions, alongside Nicolás Celis of Pimienta Films (Birds of Passage) and Alexandra Byer of Rathaus Films (De Lo Mio).

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Source: Deadline

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