• [NEWS] "Eat Wheaties!" trailer (comedy)

    From Your Name@YourName@YourISP.com to rec.arts.movies.current-films on Wed Apr 14 09:05:18 2021
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    From ComingSoon.net ...

    Eat Wheaties! Trailer: Tony Hale accidentally stalks Elizabeth Banks
    Screen Media Films has released the official trailer for Scott
    Abramovitch's upcoming comedy Eat Wheaties! starring Emmy-winning
    actor Tony Hale as Sid Straw as he accidentally stalks his famous
    college classmate Elizabeth Banks after he tries to reconnect with
    her on Facebook for their upcoming reunion. However, when his silly
    innocent messages to Banks suddenly go viral, his life gets
    instantly ruined by social media with the public mocking him for
    his apparent obsession. Check out the video in the player below!

    Trailer: (2mins 12secs)

    Eat Wheaties! is be an updated adaptation of Michael Kun's 2003
    novel The Locklear Letters for the social media era centered Sid,
    a man whose unexceptional life takes a wild turn when he's named
    co-chair of his college reunion and accidentally stalks famous
    college classmate, actress Elizabeth Banks, on social media. His
    messages to her go viral, and with each failed attempt to
    convince people he really knows her, Sid's life spirals out of
    control until he finds himself banned from the reunion. Stuck at
    a crossroads and determined to rediscover the best version of
    himself, Sid hires an inexperienced lawyer to help clear his

    The film stars Hale (Arrested Development, Veep), Paul Walter
    Hauser (I, Tonya), Danielle Brooks (Orange is the New Black), 
    Lamorne Morris (New Girl), Robbie Amell (Upload), David Walton
    (Cracking), Sarah Burns (Enlightened), Elisha Cuthbert (Happy
    Endings), Sarah Chalke (Firefly Lane), Sarah Goldberg (Barry), 
    and Alan Tudyk (Tucker & Dale vs. Evil).

    Eat Wheaties! is written, directed and produced by Abramovitch
    alongside David J. Phillips. The film previously made its world
    premiere at 2020 Calgary International Film Festival.


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