‘TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT’S’ DAN FOGLER HAD “WEIRD RELATIONSHIP WITH GEL” IN THE 1980s

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Dan Fogler and Anna Faris star in the late 1980s set comedy Take Me Home Tonight, a picture that is headlined and produced by former That ’70s Show actor Topher Grace.

“I had a weird relationship with gel,” said Fogler, who described his hairstyle during the 1980s.  “I would put tremendous amount of gel on the side of my head to create a flatness that wasn’t natural to my hair which would poof out the top of my head, creating a broccoli shape.  That was really weird, man.  I would do that a lot.  And I’d be like ‘don’t touch my head, it will hurt you’ because it was crunchy.”

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Take Me Home Tonight, co-starring Teresa Palmer, is now playing nationwide.

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IN THEATERS – MARCH 4TH, 2011

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The Adjustment Bureau stars Matt Damon as David Norris, an up-and-coming politician, who meets Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt), a ballerina. They begin an affair that becomes complicated by mysterious forces trying to keep the couple apart.





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Beastly is an updated adaptation of the Beauty and the Beast tale. This time around New York teenager, Kyle (Alex Pettyfer) is transformed from a hottie to a scarred monster in order to teach him a lesson about true beauty. He meets Lindy (Vanessa Hudgens), who just might be his chance at real love.




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Rango is an animated feature about an average chameleon named Rango (voiced by Johnny Depp), who accidentally stumbles into a town of dirt. It’s a lawless place in the Wild West that could use a good sheriff. The movie reunites Depp with his Pirates of the Caribbean Director, Gore Verbinski.




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Take Me Home Tonight is a screwball comedy about new college grad Matt Franklin (Topher Grace), who is pursuing his dream girl at a Labor Day weekend party. Matt, along with his twin sister, Wendy (Anna Faris) and their best friend Barry Nathan (Dan Fogler) struggle with their adulthood over the course of a night.

TOPHER GRACE DISHED OUT ’80s KITS FOR ‘TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT’

TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT Topher Grace (That 70s Show, Valentine’s Day, Predators) produces and stars in the late 1980s set comedy, Take Me Home Tonight, a film that’s been in the can for over three years but that is finally seeing the light of day.  The picture centers on an MIT grad and video store clerk (Grace) who has a fateful meeting with his high school crush (I Am Number Four’s Teresa Palmer).

“We did as much in there that you have to do to show it’s a different time period, said Grace about the picture, which was formerly titled Kids In America.  “It’s more about could we make a movie that felt like we literally made it in the ’80s and put it in a vault and blew the dust off of it today and showed it.”

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Take Me Home Tonight, co-starring Anna Faris, opens nationwide today.

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‘TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT’S’ TERESA PALMER WORKING ON DOCUMENTARY

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Teresa Palmer in 'Take Me Home Tonight' (Relativity Media)

Actress Teresa Palmer landed co-starring roles in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and I Am Number Four, and with Friday’s debut of the comedy Take Me Home Tonight, one would assume the 25-year-old could take a bit of a breather.  Palmer, however, has designs on writing and directing, as she is currently working on a labor of love project which centers on the theme of happiness.

“For me it’s about developing my own material and having the freedom to write dream characters,” said the Australian actress, who co-starred with Daniel Radcliffe in the 2007 movie, December Boys . “I think it works hand in hand.  I can do the writing, and direct a film, and I can play any role I want to play.  Sometimes there is a lack of material out there and everyone is going after the great roles…you have so much downtime as an actor and I want to keep mentally stimulated and it’s something that I’m very passionate about.”

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ANNA FARIS ROCKED ‘TSUNAMI BANGS’ IN THE ’80S

Anna Faris in 'Take Me Home Tonight' (Ron Batzdorff/Relativity Media)

Anna Faris in 'Take Me Home Tonight' (Ron Batzdorff/Relativity Media)

Actress Anna Faris has maintained a steady career ever since her breakout role in the 2000 movie Scary Movie, and she is back on the silver screen in the 1980s set comedy Take Me Home Tonight. During her earlier days as a performer, Faris was just another struggling artist with a pocketful of dreams. “I sort of took a leap of faith after I graduated college.  I decided to move to L.A. and give it a year and see what would happen,” said Faris, who is married to actor Chris Pratt.  “That took a long time for me to bite the bullet and say ‘okay, I’m going to give acting a shot.’  Because it was so terrifying.”  Click on the Media Bar and listen to Faris talk about her “tsunami bangs” from the 1980s (co-star Dan Fogler is also heard in the clip). 

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