June 8, 2023


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Amy Adams, Paul Rudd, and Tessa Thompson as the “Little Miss Sunshine” co-writers

Amy Adams (“Woman in the Window”), Paul Rudd (“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantomania”) and Tessa Thompson (“Creed III”) will star in the comedy “Invite.”. It will be a remake of the Spanish movie “Sentimental” (aka “The People Upstairs”). Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Little Miss Sunshine, Battle of the Sexes) are coming out.

What is the subject of “calling”?

The film’s protagonists will be Joe (Rod) and Angela (Adams), who after 15 years of marriage realize that their relationship has fallen into a rut. Desperate to talk about something other than marital problems, Angela invites noisy neighbors Kayla (Thompson) and Shane over to the house. Joe wants to take the opportunity to call them names, but it turns out that Kayla and Shane, who organize a weekly orgy, have an offer they can’t refuse…

The screenwriters are Rashida Jones and Will McCormackwho co-wrote the comedy Celeste & Jesse – Together Forever (2012).

The original, “Sentimental,” directed by Ceske Guy. The cast included Belen Cuesta, Javier Camara, Alberto San Juan, and Griselda Ceciliani.

Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris – Highlights

Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris are a directorial duo best known for the movie ‘Little Miss Sunshine’. Their films also include “Ruby Sparks” (2012) and “War of the Sexes” (2017). “Fleischmann’s Dilemmas”.

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