Watch: Nick Offerman in Indie 'Somebody Up There Likes Me' Trailer
"You know how you know when you're old?" Tribeca Films has debuted a trailer for an indie comedy called Somebody Up There Likes Me, written and directed by Bob Byington. I haven't heard of this film before, but it stars a few charming actors, including funnyman Nick Offerman in a fatherly role, as well as the lovely Jess Weixler (seen in Teeth, Alexander the Last, The Normals). This looks like a rather charming, funny, quirky indie romantic comedy of sorts, filled with all kinds of pretty faces. Keith Poulson is the young male lead, joined by Stephanie Hunt, Kate Lyn Sheil & Jonathan Togo. Take a look, have fun!
Here's the official trailer for Bob Byington's Somebody Up There Likes Me, in high def from Apple:
Nick Offerman (seen on "Parks & Rec", 21 Jump Street) stars in this smart, subversive comedy about a man, his best friend (Keith Poulson), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler) watching their lives fly by.
Somebody Up There Likes Me was both written and directed by Bob Byington, of a few small films like Harmony and Me, RSO [Registered Sex Offender], Olympia and Shameless previously. This first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in 2012, as well as the Wisconsin and Locarno Film Festivals. Tribeca Film is releasing Somebody Up There Likes Me in theaters starting March 8th, plus VOD / iTunes on March 12th.
Poster for Byington's Somebody Up There Likes Me above also comes from Apple. It's a cool design, worth featuring along with the trailer for this quirky, intriguing little indie film. Anyone curious to see this?
Anyone else think, "What is GDT doing in this movie???" Haha.
DAVIDPD on Jan 30, 2013
Holy man, this movie needs a new editor to clean up some of the super cheap looking scenes. Though overall I'm happy to see Nick Offerman in anything.
Jaret Curial on Jan 30, 2013
he ge e he. Looks funny.
Carpola on Jan 30, 2013
Looks quirky, in a good way. Seems like it was shot with an HD camera though. Get some filter on that bro!
PBGray on Jan 31, 2013
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