Opening (after what seems like forever) in limited release later this week, BUTTER is a social satire focused on red-state, small town standards and set against the backdrop of competitive butter carving. Off-beat and quirky, the film obviously has a political agenda that doesn’t serve everyone but it does manage to deliver a few laughs that strike a universal chord. Directed by JIM FIELD SMITH from a script by feature film newbie JASON MICALLEF, the all-star ensemble cast includes JENNIFER GARNER, HUGH JACKMAN, OLIVIA WILDE, ROB CORDDRY, ALICIA SILVERSTONE, TY BURRELL and ASHLEY GREENE.
Sitting down with entertainment press in Manhattan a few days ago, the cast and filmmakers joked around while hyping the new film. In response to one reporter’s question, TY BURRELL, ROB CORDDRY and OLIVIA WILDE offered up some advice for wannabe actors.. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
BUTTER opens in theaters 10/5
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