In Ceremony, Michael Angarano (Snow Angels, Sky High) plays a fast talking, early twentysomething writer who tries to keep the woman of his dreams (Uma Thurman) from getting hitched (Pushing Daisies star Lee Pace is Thurman’s fiance). Directed by Max Winkler (actor Henry Winkler’s son), this witty and slightly wistful film should appeal to fans of Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach’s
“I do like contemporary, modern life writing, when it’s good, it’s great,” said Thurman, when asked about the types of projects that currently peak her interest. “When it’s about life today, all of our lives, an examination of our moments, versus a rehashing of the past. There is often times when you can see parallels and find a period piece to be highly relevant or it’s just a wonderful escape. Or it’s an education. It’s one of those three. My preference is the study of now, and who we are now as a people.”
Click on the media bar and listen to Thurman briefly talk about Quentin Tarantino’s new script and the possibility of another Kill Bill feature.
Currently available On Demand, Ceremony opens in select theaters April 8th.
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