Check This Out: Official Poster for Max Winkler's Film 'Ceremony'

January 26, 2011
Source: Moviefone

Max Winkler's Ceremony

While there haven't been many trailers in the last few weeks, we have seen quite a few new posters. Another one I'm happy to share (via Moviefone) is for the directorial debut of Max Winkler, son of Henry Winkler, who's first film Ceremony debuted at the Toronto Film Fest last year (my review). The indie comedy stars Michael Angarano and Uma Thurman (on the poster) as well as Lee Pace, Jake M. Johnson and Reece Thompson. Angarano, thinking he's older than he is, rushes to a wedding on Long Island to try and stop the bride from being married because he thinks he's in love with her. It's a fun flick and hits theaters in spring.

Max Winkler's Ceremony Poster

A young guy (Angarano) crashes the wedding of the thirty-something woman (Thurman) he wants back.

Ceremony is both written and directed by 27-year-old filmmaker Max Winkler, making his feature debut after the award winning short The King of Central Park and working on the web series Clark and Michael. The film has a score from Fruitbats singer Eric D. Johnson as well as other great songs on the soundtrack. After premiering at the Toronto Film Fest last year, it was picked up by Magnolia Pictures, who is bringing Ceremony to limited theaters on April 8th following a VOD debut on March 4th. Stay tuned for a trailer!

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Reader Feedback - 5 Comments


mmm...Uma Thurman, sold.

Anonymous on Jan 27, 2011


hearing nothing but good buzz about this one....

quix on Jan 28, 2011


billington, when does the trailer come?

quix on Jan 28, 2011


hmm not bad i guess?

A5J4DX on Nov 13, 2018


hmm not bad i guess?

A5J4DX on Nov 13, 2018

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