Watch: Mark Ruffalo & Gwyneth Paltrow in 'Thanks for Sharing' Trailer
After delivering the Academy Award nominated screenplay for The Kids Are All Right, writers Stuart Blumberg and Matt Winston are back with Thanks for Sharing. Blumberg makes his directorial debut with the film that follows Adam (Mark Ruffalo), Mike (Tim Robbins) and Neil (Josh Gad) as a few sex addicts struggling to function in society while maintaining healthy relationships. But when Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow) comes along, Adam tries his best to spark something meaningful despite her hesitation. This looks saucy, funny, and might even be an awards contender down the road. Watch below!
Here's the first trailer for Stuart Blumberg's Thanks for Sharing, originally from Yahoo:
Stuart Blumberg makes his directorial debut with Thanks for Sharing, a film he scripted with The Kids Are All Right co-writer Matt Winston. The film follows the sex-addicted Adam (Mark Ruffalo) as he attempts to forge a relationship with Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow), a wildly independent and beautiful woman who has sworn off dating addicts after breaking up with an alcoholic. Tim Robbins and Josh Gad (The Book of Mormon, Love and Other Drugs) play a couple other amusing sex addicts with a supporting cast that also includes Carol Kane, Pink and Isiah Whitlock Jr. The film hits theaters this fall on September 20th.
Ughhh........stopped watching this once I saw Pink was cast in this film. C'mon Hollywood.......there are great young actors out there who have studied acting and worked hard to book parts, busting there butt in this industry and you cast someone who has no acting chops whatsoever! Very lame.....very sad.
Dobis on Jun 26, 2013
I let out an audible "on no" when i saw her. So lame
eyebrow on Jun 28, 2013
A film about sleep addicts would be cool.
Carpola on Jun 26, 2013
oooooohhhhhh..........wait till Ironman hears about this
bat0u on Jun 26, 2013
Bruce Banner moving in on Tony Stark's girl? That won't be good for the team dynamic...
Chris Groves on Jun 26, 2013
Great set up movie for Avengers 2:Hulk Vs Iron Man
bobby_drk on Jun 26, 2013
I thought The Kids Are All Right's co-writer was its director Lisa Cholodenko and not Matt Winston? Been looking forward to this movie for a while, hope it's good.
@TheRealDiddles on Jun 26, 2013
Thanks for Sharing... your girl, Tony.
Nielsen700 on Jun 26, 2013
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