Jacob "Jake" Kasdan is an American film and television director, producer and actor. Kasdan was born and raised in a secular Jewish family in Detroit, the son of Meg, a writer, writer-director Lawrence Kasdan, his younger brother, Jon Kasdan works in the film and television industry as an actor and writer. Kasdan has directed seven theatrical films: Zero Effect, Orange County, The TV Set, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Bad Teacher, Sex Tape and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, he has worked in television, most notably with Judd Apatow, as a consulting producer and director on Freaks and Geeks and as a director on Undeclared. He has directed numerous stage productions, he is attached to direct John Grisham novel Calico Joe to a family film adaptation. In 2006, Kasdan received his first Golden Globe nomination for Walk Hard in the Best Original Song category, but lost to "Guaranteed" from Into the Wild; as a child, he made several appearances in his father's movies such as Silverado. In February 2015, Fox announced it had greenlit a pilot for the comedy The Grinder to be directed by Kasdan and starring Rob Lowe.
Kasdan is married to singer-songwriter Inara George of the Bee. They have three children: Otis and Lorelei. Producer only Shades of Ray Friends with Kids Jake Kasdan on IMDb The Director Interviews: Jake Kasdan, The TV Set at Filmmaker Magazine The Director Interviews: Jake Kasdan, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story at Filmmaker Magazine
David William Duchovny is an American actor, producer, director and singer-songwriter. He is known for playing FBI agent Fox Mulder on the television series The X-Files and writer Hank Moody on the television series Californication, both of which have earned him Golden Globe awards. Duchovny appeared in both X-Files films, the 1998 science fiction-thriller of the same name and the supernatural-thriller The X-Files: I Want to Believe, he executive-produced and starred in the based cop drama Aquarius. Duchovny earned a A. B. in English literature from Princeton University, an M. A. in English literature from Yale University, has since published three books, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale in 2015, Bucky F*cking Dent in 2016 and Miss Subways in 2018. Duchovny was born in New York, in 1960, he is the son of Margaret "Meg", a school administrator and teacher, Amram "Ami" Duchovny, a writer and publicist who worked for the American Jewish Committee. Duchovny's mother is a Scottish Presbyterian emigrant from Scotland.
His father was Jewish. His father dropped the h in his last name to avoid the sort of mispronunciations he encountered while serving in the Army. Duchovny attended The Collegiate School For Boys, he graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University in 1982 with an A. B. summa cum laude in English literature. He was a member of one of the university's eating clubs. In 1982, his poetry received an honorable mention for a college prize from the Academy of American Poets; the title of his senior thesis was The Schizophrenic Critique of Pure Reason in Beckett's Early Novels. He played junior varsity basketball at Princeton, he earned a Master of Arts in English Literature from Yale University and subsequently began work on a Ph. D. that remains unfinished. The title of his uncompleted doctoral thesis is Magic and Technology in Contemporary Fiction and Poetry. Duchovny appeared in an advertisement for Löwenbräu beer in 1987; the next year he appeared in two scenes in Working Girl. He had a recurring role as a transgender DEA agent on the series Twin Peaks and played the narrator and host in the long-running Showtime erotica/soft-core TV series Red Shoe Diaries.
In 1992, he played the role of Rollie Totheroh, in the biographic film Chaplin, directed by Richard Attenborough and based on the life of Charlie Chaplin. In 1992 he had a small role in the family film Beethoven. In 1993, Duchovny began starring in the science fiction series The X-Files, as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder, a conspiracy theorist who believed his sister had been abducted by aliens; the show evolved into a cult hit and became one of The Fox Network's first major television hits. According to X-Files creator Chris Carter, Duchovny turned out to be one of the best-read people he knew. After getting the role, Duchovny thought the show would not last for long or that it would not make as much impact as it did. Executive producer Frank Spotnitz called Duchovny "amazingly smart". Spotnitz further stated that Duchovny was behind some of the main characteristic ideas behind Mulder. In 1993, Duchovny was cast alongside Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis, in the Dominic Sena-directed thriller Kalifornia.
During The X-Files run, in between the fifth and sixth seasons, Duchovny co-starred alongside Gillian Anderson in titled The X-Files, a 1998 motion picture that continued the X-Files storyline. He remained with the series until quitting in 2001 because of a contract dispute that occurred after season seven finished filming. Duchovny appeared in half of the season eight episodes, but did not appear in season nine until the series finale in 2002, he provided the voice for a parody of his Mulder character in, the episode "The Springfield Files" of the animated comedy series The Simpsons. Duchovny has been nominated for four Emmy Awards. Duchovny caused controversy when it became public that he was the primary reason for which filming of The X-Files series was moved from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Los Angeles in 1998. Many residents of Vancouver were upset with Duchovny over scripted jokes on Late Night with Conan O'Brien about the city's heavy rainfall, he stated, "Of course, I'm tired of the rain.
But if I wasn't married to a woman that lives in L. A. I'd stay in Vancouver. It's a lovely city." During the run of The X-Files, he made several guest appearances in the cult TV satire The Larry Sanders Show, playing himself, but adding a strong attraction to Sanders. In the final episode of the series, he performed a parody of Sharon Stone's'flashing' scene from Basic Instinct and a parody of Dr. Hannibal Lecter being introduced to Agent Clarice Starling in The Silence of the Lambs. Duchovny has guest hosted Saturday Night Live twice. Both shows were season finales. In 2000 he starred in the feature film Return to Me, a romantic comedy/drama directed by Bonnie Hunt and co-starring Minnie Driver and Carroll O'Connor. In 2001, Duchovny starred as Ira Kane in the sci-fi comedy film Evolution, alongside Seann William Scott, had a cameo as hand model J. P. Prewitt in the Ben Stiller comedy Zoolander, he appeared in a celebrity edition of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in May 2000. He got to the $250,000 question, but answered his $500,000 question incorrectly and lost $218,000, leaving him with $32,000.
M. C. Gainey
Michael Connor Gainey is an American actor whose distinctive mustache, 6'2" height, intimidating appearance have landed him supporting roles as Southern or Southwestern thugs and criminals. He is known for playing a major role in the 1997 Con Air action movie. Gainey was born in Mississippi. In the early 1970s, he attended the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, California with Ken Hixon. Prior to this, he attended the University of Southern Mississippi, he worked as a mortician's apprentice. He served in the U. S. Army and was the company mailman at his post in Chakmakli, Turkey in 1969. In 1981, he made his big-screen debut in Herbert Ross's musical Pennies from Heaven starring Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters. Since the early 1980s, he has been in over 50 films, including Two Idiots in Hollywood, The Mighty Ducks, The Fan, Con Air, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Are We There Yet?, The Dukes of Hazzard, Wild Hogs and Mr. Woodcock. Gainey was one of the stars of the short-lived series Against the Law and played Tom Friendly on the series Lost.
He played murderous drug dealer Bo Crowder in one season of the hit FX series Justified. He has guest starred on over 40 television shows, including The Dukes of Hazzard, Knight Rider, Designing Women, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. Walker, Texas Ranger, Criminal Minds, CSI, Days of Our Lives, The X-Files, Desperate Housewives, Burn Notice, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. In 2003, Gainey appeared in The Last Cowboy, playing the role of Lance Henriksen's friend, along with Bradley Cooper and Jennie Garth. In 2004, Gainey appeared as a cuckolded husband in full frontal nudity in the award-winning arthouse film Sideways, he played Kurtz / The Wizard in the controversial road-revenge short film Apocalypse Oz. In 2007, he appeared in Mr. Woodcock, Wild Hogs, Unearthed. In 2010, he voiced the Captain of the Palace Guard in Tangled. In 2012, he appeared in Quentin Tarantino's film Django Unchained, he has been married to his wife Kim Novicki, who works as a lawyer, since 2002. On being typecast, Gainey stated: On the characters he has played, Gainey said: M. C.
Gainey on IMDb
Judith Therese Evans, known professionally as Judy Greer, is an American actress and author. She is known as a character actor who has appeared in a variety of comedic and dramatic films. A native of Detroit, Greer studied theater at DePaul University in Chicago before appearing in several independent films, she became known for her supporting roles in Jawbreaker, Three Kings, What Women Want, The Wedding Planner, Adaptation, 13 Going on 30, The Village, Elizabethtown, 27 Dresses and Love & Other Drugs. On television, she is known for playing Kitty Sanchez in Arrested Development, Fatty Magoo in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and voicing Cheryl Tunt in the animated series Archer since 2009, she stars in the Showtime comedy-drama series Kidding. In the 2010s, Greer has had supporting roles in The Descendants, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Jurassic World, War for the Planet of the Apes and Halloween. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she plays Maggie Lang in the Wasp, she directed A Happening of Monumental Proportions.
In 2011, Greer began hosting an online series of workout videos called Reluctantly Healthy, adapted by Litton Entertainment in 2014 as part of their Saturday morning One Magnificent Morning block for The CW. In 2014, she released her first autobiographical novel, titled I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star. Greer was born Judith Therese Evans on July 20, 1975 in Michigan, her mother, Mollie Ann, is a hospital administrator, her father, Rich Evans, is a mechanical engineer. Her mother was once a nun who had left the convent after eight years, being "kicked out" for wild behavior, including owning a red bathing suit. Greer was raised Roman Catholic, grew up in Redford Township and Livonia, she attended Churchill High School where she was a part of the Creative and Performing Arts Program and graduated from The Theatre School at DePaul University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. She adopted her mother's maiden name for her stage name, as there were several other actresses named Judy or Judi Evans.
Greer made her film debut in the horror film Stricken, in which she played a college student involved in a fatal prank. This was followed by a small role in the Chicago-filmed drama Kissing a Fool, she was cast in her first major role as Fern Mayo, a nerdy teenager who uncovers her classmates' murder of their friend, in Darren Stein's black comedy Jawbreaker. The film would go on to earn a cult following. Greer followed this with small parts in the romantic comedy films What Women Want and The Wedding Planner, opposite Jennifer Lopez, she was cast in a 2002 pilot for NBC alongside Stephen Colbert, Untitled Ken Finkleman Project, based on the Canadian show The Newsroom from Ken Finkleman. Colbert portrayed Greer played his sister. Greer had recurring role on the Fox comedy series Arrested Development, playing Kitty Sanchez in 10 episodes total and appearing in each of the series' three original seasons. In a 2009 interview, Greer said. Greer had supporting roles in Jawbreaker, What Women Want, The Wedding Planner, Adaptation, 13 Going on 30, The Village, Elizabethtown, 27 Dresses, Love Happens.
Greer made guest appearances on Just Shoot Me!, CSI: Miami, My Name Is Earl, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Californication, ER, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother and Warren the Ape. She took on a starring role in the ABC sitcom Miss Guided, she starred in the indie satire Visioneers. In April 2008, Greer appeared as a yoga instructor in the "Get a Mac" ad series featuring John Hodgman and Justin Long. Greer starred in a CBS sitcom entitled Mad Love, which premiered in February 2011 as a mid-season replacement; the show was canceled after the first season. Greer is a voice actress, voicing the character of Cheryl on the animated comedy series Archer, a character, compared to her role on Arrested Development, the character of Wendy Park on the stop-motion animated sitcom Glenn Martin, DDS. Greer has portrayed two characters on Two and a Half Men. In November 2011, Greer was honored with the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award at the Denver Film Festival, where two films featuring Greer were in the festival's programming, including a red carpet screening of Alexander Payne's The Descendants and Jay and Mark Duplass' Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
She is the first actress to be honored with the award. In late 2012, Greer made her Broadway debut playing Jenny in Dead Accounts, a short-lived new comedy by Theresa Rebeck starring Katie Holmes, Norbert Leo Butz, Jayne Houdyshell and Josh Hamilton, she played the gym teacher Miss Desjardin in the 2013 horror remake Carrie alongside Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore, played female chimp Cornelia in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. In 2014, Greer made her directorial debut, with a short film for Quiet Time. Greer starred with Nat Faxon in the FX comedy series Married, which premiered in July 2014. In 2015, Greer co-starred among others. In 2016, she debuted in the lead voice rol
Justine Tanya Bateman is an American writer, director and actress. Her acting work includes Family Ties, Men Behaving Badly, The TV Set, Desperate Housewives, Californication. Five Minutes, the film short she wrote and produced, premiered at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival. Bateman earned her Computer Science and Digital Media Management degree from UCLA in 2016. Bateman was born in Rye, New York, US, to Victoria Elizabeth, a former flight attendant for Pan Am, from the United Kingdom, Kent Bateman, she is the sister of actor Jason Bateman. She attended Taft High School in California. However, Bateman could not attend college due to her contractual obligations with Family Ties. Bateman stated that she was informed by the series' line producer Carol Himes, "You’re under contract to Paramount Studios." Bateman instead earned her college degree in 2016, from UCLA. Bateman's most prominent acting role began when she was a teenager, playing the role of superficial Mallory Keaton on the television sitcom Family Ties in 1982.
In 1984, Bateman starred in the episode "Pookie" in Tales from the Darkside. She hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live during its 13th season in 1988; the following year she ceased her Family Ties role, for which she was nominated for two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award. In 1996, she guest-starred on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman as the character Sarah/Zara in four episodes — two at the end of season 3, two at the beginning of season 4. In the 1996–97 NBC American version of the British TV comedy Men Behaving Badly, featuring Rob Schneider and Ron Eldard, she starred as Sarah, Eldard's character's girlfriend. Bateman returned to TV with the 2003 Showtime mini-series Out of Order, alongside Eric Stoltz, Felicity Huffman and Bill Macy. In the third-season Arrested Development episode "Family Ties,", broadcast in February 2006, her character is believed to be Michael Bluth's sister, but she turns out to be a prostitute taken advantage of by his father, pimped by his brother.
Michael Bluth was played by Bateman's brother Jason. Recurring roles included Men in Trees, Still Standing, Desperate Housewives. In 1988, Bateman starred in the lead role in the motion picture Satisfaction; the film, about an all-girl musical band featured Julia Roberts and Liam Neeson. Bateman starred as the lead vocalist and performed the vocals on the soundtrack. Other films include The Night We Never Met, with Matthew Broderick, The TV Set, with David Duchovny and Sigourney Weaver, she has acted in several web series. She acted in John August's Remnants, Illeana Douglas’ IKEA-sponsored Easy to Assemble, Anthony Zuiker's digi-novel series Level 26: Dark Prophecy, in which she plays a tarot card reader. Bateman's theater experience includes Arthur Miller's The Crucible, David Mamet's Speed the Plow, Frank Wedekind's Lulu. In the fall of 2007, Bateman helped produce the Speechless campaign in support of the Writers Guild of America strike. In 2004, she launched FM78.tv, a digital production company which became the digital production and consulting company Section 5.
Her producing credits include the film shorts Z and Five Minutes,as well as Easy to Assemble, which garnered more than 5.1 million views during its second season. Bateman co-produced and co-presented with fashion maven Kelly Cutrone on their internet talk show Wake Up and Get Real. Described as an alternative to the television series The View, WUAGR was last broadcast in June 2011. Bateman wrote Five Minutes, it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2017. She made her first script sale to Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place, she co-wrote the adaptation of Lisi Harrison's teenage book series The Clique for a Warner Bros. internet series. Bateman's first book, FAME, a non-fiction about the life cycle of fame and society’s strong need for it, was scheduled to be published in 2018 by Akashic Books, her directorial debut, Five Minutes, was an official selection at various film festivals, including the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. During a hiatus from the entertainment business, Bateman established a clothing design company in 2000.
She managed it until its closure in 2003. Justine Bateman Designs was known for one-of-a-kind hand knits, it sold to BendelsNY, Saks Fifth Avenue, Fred Segal. She served on the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild until July 2009, when she resigned just before the end of her initial three-year term. Bateman dated Leif Garrett in the late 1980s. In 2001, Bateman married Mark Fluent. Bateman is an outspoken supporter of net neutrality. In 2008, Bateman testified before the United States Senate Commerce Committee in support of net neutrality. Bateman is a licensed pilot of a certified scuba diver. Dye, David. Child and Youth Actors: Filmography of Their Entire Careers, 1914-1985. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co. 1988, p. 13. Justine Bateman on IMDb
Seth Benjamin Green is an American actor, voice artist, producer and director. He is best known as the co-creator, executive producer and most frequent voice on Adult Swim's Robot Chicken and has directed the Robot Chicken Star Wars and DC Comics specials, he has appeared in the films Radio Days, My Stepmother Is an Alien, the Austin Powers series, Can't Hardly Wait, The Italian Job, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Guardians of the Galaxy and The Lego Batman Movie. He is known for his roles as Daniel "Oz" Osbourne on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Chris Griffin on Fox's Family Guy and Jeff "Joker" Moreau in the Mass Effect video games. Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green was born in Overbrook Park, Pennsylvania, the son of Barbara and Herbert Green, he has two sisters and Doreen. Green legally changed his name to Seth Benjamin Green "to reflect my professional stage name." The actor is of Russian and Polish descent. He had a Bar Mitzvah ceremony. Green started acting at the age of 7, his early comic influences included Monty Python, Saturday Night Live, Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby, Porky's and Caddyshack.
Green's first movie roles were in the 1984 films Billions for Boris and The Hotel New Hampshire, the second film cast him alongside Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe. He appeared in the 1987 film Can't Buy Me Love, playing Patrick Dempsey's character's little brother, Chuckie Miller, he starred in Woody Allen's Radio Days as Joe, a 1930s–1940s boy based on Allen, appeared in Big Business and, in the same year, in My Stepmother Is an Alien, which starred Buffy the Vampire Slayer co-star Alyson Hannigan. In 1984, Green portrayed Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer in the Jell-O Gelatin Pops commercials featuring The Little Rascals. In 1991, Green rose to fame in a Rally's "Cha Ching" commercial, which earned him an appearance at a New Orleans Saints game. Green was given a key to New Orleans in honor of his role in the popular commercial. Green appeared in the horror films It and Ticks, all three Austin Powers movies as Dr. Evil's son and Enemy of the State and The Italian Job as a computer specialist, he was in the films Can't Hardly Wait, Rat Race, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Without a Paddle, Idle Hands, Party Monster and Old Dogs.
Green had a role in the 1992 film Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In 1994, he starred alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt in the short-lived series The Byrds of Paradise, he worked. Seth is not related to Bruce Seth Green. On occasion, some sources have credited Seth as the director; as an actor in the series, he was close to co-star Alyson Hannigan because they were lovers in the show. He played mild-mannered band member who gets turned into a werewolf, he is popular among fans of the series. Green has starred on Fox's Greg the Bunny and guest-starred on The X-Files, That'70s Show, Will & Grace, MADtv, Reno 911!, Grey's Anatomy, The Wonder Years, The Facts of Life, The Drew Carey Show, My Name Is Earl. Green provides the voice of Chris for the animated television sitcom Family Guy, created by Seth MacFarlane for Fox Broadcasting Company; the series centers on the dysfunctional Griffin family and stars Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Mike Henry. Green voices Chris Griffin, the teenage son, overweight, unintelligent and, in many respects, a younger version of his father, Neil Goldman, a neighbor of the Griffins.
Green did an impression of the Buffalo Bill character from the thriller film The Silence of the Lambs during his audition. His main inspiration for Chris' voice came from envisioning how "Buffalo Bill" would sound if he were speaking through a PA system at a McDonald's. Green is a co-creator, co-producer, writer and most frequent voice of the Emmy-winning stop-motion sketch comedy TV series Robot Chicken, for which he does many voices and has appeared in animated form. Green is friends with the band Fall Out Boy, making a cameo in their music video, "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race." He appeared in "Weird Al" Yankovic's "White & Nerdy" music video. He made two appearances on The Soup in 2007 and 2008, using his first appearance to lampoon Internet celebrity Chris Crocker, he voiced the character Jeff "Joker" Moreau, pilot of the SSV Normandy and the Normandy SR2, in the video games Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3. He is a producer of The 1 Second Film and appears in the "making of" documentary that accompanies its feature-length credits.
Green is the co-creator of the comic Freshmen, published by Top Cow Productions. Green, along with Robot Chicken co-producer Breckin Meyer, appeared in the NBC show Heroes during the 2008–09 season. In January 2009, Green worked with David Faustino for an episode of Faustino's show Star-ving – Faustino is mistaken for Green. In the same year, he worked with one of his idols, Robin Williams in comedy film Old Dogs, which starred John Travolta. On July 13, World Wrestling Entertainment's official website announced Green as the special guest host for the July 13 episode of WWE Raw, on that night, Green competed in the main event, a six-man tag team match, which his team won by disqualification, he was in attendance for WWE's biggest event of the year, WrestleMania XXVI on March 28, 2010. Green guest-starred in the third season of the acclaimed sitcom Husbands. Green became the new voice of Leonardo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles beginning in its third season (following J
State and Main
State and Main is a 2000 comedy film written and directed by David Mamet and starring William H. Macy, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alec Baldwin, Julia Stiles, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rebecca Pidgeon, David Paymer, Patti LuPone, Clark Gregg, Charles Durning; the plot involves the on-location production in Vermont, of a film called The Old Mill. The actual film was shot in Massachusetts in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Beverly and Waltham. State and Main received favorable reviews from critics. Havoc is wrought on the inhabitants of a small New England town by a troubled film production. After the leading man's penchant for underage girls gets them banished from their New Hampshire location, the crew relocates to the small town of Waterford, Vermont, to finish shooting The Old Mill; as its title suggests, the film depends on the presence of a genuine mill, something the town is reported to possess. With only days before principal photography begins, it becomes apparent that the mill in fact burned down decades ago.
Unfazed, the film's director, Walt Price, places his faith in the ability of first-time screenwriter Joseph Turner White to alter the script. What he doesn't count on is White's bottomless reserve of angst-fueled writer's block. A local bookseller, Annie Black, tries to provide White with inspiration; the film's leading lady refuses to do her contracted nude scene unless she's paid an additional $800,000, while the foreign cinematographer offends the locals by messing with a historic firehouse. Meanwhile, the leading man, Bob Barrenger, dallies with a crafty local teen. Everything comes to a head after Barrenger and Carla are injured in a car accident, which leads White to another emotional quandary and into the arms of Annie. Meanwhile, a powerful movie producer comes to town to help Price with the ensuing mess. William H. Macy - Walt Price Sarah Jessica Parker - Claire Wellesley Alec Baldwin - Bob Barrenger Julia Stiles - Carla Philip Seymour Hoffman - Joseph Turner White Rebecca Pidgeon - Ann David Paymer - Marty Rossen Clark Gregg - Doug Mackenzie Patti LuPone - Sherry Bailey Charles Durning - Mayor George Bailey Lionel Mark Smith - Bill Smith Ricky Jay - Jack Michael Higgins - Doc Wilson Jonathan Katz - Howie Gold Laura Silverman - Secretary Michael Bradshaw - Town Priest J. J. Johnston - Stationmaster John Krasinski - Caddy / Judge's assistant As of December 2017, State and Main holds an 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Casting Society of America Won: Artios – Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy Chicago Film Critics Association Nominated: Best Screenplay Florida Film Critics Circle Won: Best Ensemble Cast Won: Best Screenplay Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival Won: Jury Award – Best Film Won: Best Supporting Male National Board of Review Won: Best Acting by an Ensemble Online Film Critics Society Won: Best Ensemble Cast Performance Nominated: Best Screenplay Satellite Awards Nominated: Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Nominated: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Comedy or Musical Nominated: Best Screenplay - Original State and Main on IMDb State and Main at Rotten Tomatoes Bazoomer.com, Website of the fictional company who paid to have their product placed in the movie The Old Mill'Official' website of the'Old Mill Movie' at the Wayback Machine