When Bob was at school he was the complete opposite to the person he's grown into. The uncool kid known for being quite rotund is now a lean, mean, killing machine - literally. Now going by the name Bob, he's one of the CIA's main operatives and he's about to embark on a tricky mission.
Coincidentally, one of the most popular kids from his year has also grown up to be a very different person to who he was. Bob calls on the help of one of the old jocks who's now living a far more sedate life as an accountant. Adjusting to a new way of life isn't going to be easy for the former no1 but with the help of Bob, along the course of their journey they might just save the free world from being destroyed.
Central Intelligence is directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber and will be released in June 2016.
Rawson Marshall Thurber is set to direct 'Dust', a movie based on the game and graphic novel of the same name.
Rawson Marshall Thurber is set to direct 'Dust'.
The 'We're The Millers' director is to work on the film, which is based on the game and graphic novel of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter revealed.
'Dust' is set in an alternate 1940s where World War II never ended and the world has been split into three groups: the Allies - the United States, the Commonwealth and the French; the Axis - which is not led by Adolf Hitler and the SSU - a combination of the USSR and China.
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Wright quit the Marvel film adaptation last month (May14) after falling out with studio executives, and they subsequently entered into talks with Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' Adam MCKay.
On Sunday (01Jun14), he revealed he had walked away from negotiations due to other commitments, and bosses subsequently turned their attentions to Thurber, who directed DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story and last year's (13) We're The Millers with Jennifer Aniston.
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'We're the Millers' star Will Poulter had ''a lot of fun'' learning the lyrics to TLC's 'Waterfalls' for the new comedy film.
The 20-year-old actor - who stars alongside Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis and Emma Roberts in the raunchy comedy - had the unenviable task of reciting Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes' entire rap verse from the hit 1995 song in one slapstick moment of the film, but says he thoroughly enjoyed preparing for the scene.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the UK premiere of the film in London's Leicester Square on Wednesday (14.08.13), he said: ''That was a lot of fun. I actually love rap music and I love TLC so I was very happy to do that.''
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As well as director Rawson Marshall Thurber, cast members including 'The Office' star Ed Helms, and 'Son of Rambow' actor Will Poulter all arrived on the red carpet at the 'We're The Millers' New York premiere held at the Ziegfeld Theater.
Jennifer Aniston was totally ''up for'' steamy stripping scenes in her new comedy, 'We're the Millers', according to director Rawson Marshall Thurber.
Jennifer Aniston was totally ''up for'' stripping in her new movie 'We're the Millers'.
The 'Friends' actress plays a saucy dancer in the new comedy - which centres on a drug dealer who hires her character and two teenagers to form a pretend family so he can smuggle illegal substances across the US border without detection - and the 44-year-old beauty had no qualms about performing a striptease for the role.
Director Rawson Marshall Thurber said: ''I just thought it would be a fun moment. It didn't take any persuasion to get her to do it. She really liked the script and wanted to play the part.
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David isn't your classic drug dealer type - he sells pot here and there for the personal use of his buyers, but he certainly tries not to get involved with the more serious and deadly aspects of it. But when his large stash is stolen, he is forced to pay back a big-time dealer by venturing to Mexico to smuggle a 'small' shipment of marijuana across the border. However, he soon begins to release that it's not going to be at all easy to get across the border without being searched and so he hatches a plan to rope together a fake family called 'the Millers' to help him appear like an average tourist. He gets a young, slightly over-friendly teen friend of his to act as his son and pays an aggressive gutter punk to be his daughter, and his stripper friend to be his wife. However, things still don't go as smoothly as they'd like when their camper van breaks down, his 'son' is hospitalised after an allergic reaction to a spider bite and they are caught with the drugs by ruthless Mexican mobsters.
This brilliant comedy has been directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber ('Dodgeball', 'The Mysteries of Pittsburgh') and written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber ('Wedding Crashers'), Sean Anders, John Morris ('She's Out of My League') and Dan Fybel. 'We're The Millers' will hit UK cinemas everywhere on August 23rd 2013.
Jennifer Aniston's new movie could be a return to form for the former Friends actress.
Jennifer Aniston stripping in theWe're The Millerstrailer has predictably dominated all talk of Rawson Marshall Thurber's new comedy movie this week, though it's worth pointing out that this thing may actually be pretty good. Aniston strips down for Jason Sudeikis in the trailer and the pair become bound together on a doomed trip to Mexico to smuggle drugs back into the U.S. for a mobster - played by a horrendously miscast Ed Helms, it seems.
Sudeikis' character David forms a fake family made up of Aniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter who set off to Mexico in the hope of avoiding suspicion at the border. The comedy actor is always good value for money and steals the trailer (apart of Aniston stripping of course) when he realises how much marijuana he has to haul back to America, telling his boss, "This is not a smidge, you got me moving enough weed to kill Willie Nelson man!."
Watch the We're The Millers trailer:
At the end of the clip, Will Poulter gives us a word-perfect a cappella rendition of TLC's Waterfalls, before the original song closes things out. We're the Millers certainly looks funnier than Horrible Bosses and wouldn't have to do much to be a bigger commercial hit than Wanderlust, Aniston's 2012 film with Paul Rudd that grossed just $17.5 million domestically after receiving poor reviews.
'We're The Millers' also appears to be pretty funny, which is useful for a comedy.
Remember when the trailer for Horrible Bosses rolled out online? Yeah, the internet buckled under the weight of users frantically searching out Jennifer Aniston in her underwear. Well, the same thing's gonna happen with the first trailer for We're The Millers - Aniston's new movie with Jason Sudeikis and Ed Helms.
Sudeikis plays David, a guy earning a living by dealing a little pot here and there. However, when his marijuana his stolen, he is left having to pay a drugs boss (played by a rather miscast Helms) by embarking on a trip to Mexico to bring his latest shipment in. A young kid tells David that he'll probably get searched at the border by travelling alone, and so he devises a plan to form a fake family and enlists a local stripper (Aniston) to play his wife. The smugglers head off to Mexico in a traditional looking camper van, meeting a sexually experimental couple in the meantime. Oh, and there's Jennifer Aniston dancing around in her underwear. Yeah, there's that.
David isn't what you'd call a drug lord but he does earn a living by dealing pot here and there. However, when all his marijuana gets stolen, he is left having to pay a big-time drug criminal by embarking on a trip to Mexico to bring in his latest small shipment. A young teen who lives in his block informs him that he's most likely going to get searched at the border and, not accustomed to smuggling more than a pocketful, his efforts will be futile. Thus he decides to enlist his stripper neighbour to pretend to be his wife, the teen to be his son and an even younger gutter punk to be his daughter as he concocts a plan to pretend to be a normal family that will hopefully get overlooked as humble holidaymakers. However, things don't go as smoothly as they'd hoped as they wind up breaking down in their camper van, meeting a sexually experimental couple and getting busted by gun toting Mexican gangsters.
'We're The Millers' is the hilarious new comedy directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber ('Dodgeball', 'The Mysteries of Pittsburgh') and written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber ('Wedding Crashers'), Sean Anders, John Morris ('She's Out of My League') and Dan Fybel in his feature film debut. It is set to be released in the UK on August 23rd 2013.
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When Bob was at school he was the complete opposite to the person he's grown...
David isn't your classic drug dealer type - he sells pot here and there for...