Mark Webber follows up his 2008 film 'Explicit Ills' with 'End of Love,' a meta-style film starring Webber and his own son in the story of a widowed actor trying to juggle his career and his child.
Aubrey Plaza plays the deadpan but adorable April Ludgate on NBC's 'Parks and Recreation,' and you may have first taken notice of the actress in Judd Apatow's 'Funny People' (in which she is a funny person, obviously), but in today's Way Back When, we take a look at Plaza's roles before she became famous.
You may know actor Mark Webber from indie flicks like 'Good Dick' and 'Broken Flowers,' and the not-so-indie 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,' but Webber has been slowly making his way behind the camera in recent years. His sophomore effort, 'The End of Love' has a new trailer and it's charmed our pants right off.
This isn't your typical to-do list with laundry and groceries and getting your hair figured out. Nope, Aubrey Plaza's 'The To Do List' features a very different, very naughty sort of list. Check out this red band trailer for the film, which hits theaters on Valentine's Day next year.
Featuring one of the better ensemble casts this year, '10 Years' imagines a world in which Channing Tatum, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt, and more all went to high school together. And yet, they still have all the problems us normal people do.
We tend to associate actress Aubrey Plaza with not only 'Parks and Recreation' but just comedies in general. She's got a great act but she's looking to challenge herself in her latest movie 'The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.'
Are you prepared to travel through time? Do you have your own weapons? Then maybe you're ready to check out this new trailer for the Sundance hit 'Safety Not Guaranteed,' starring Aubrey Plaza, Jake Johnson, and Mark Duplass.