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"We're the Millers" might just be the little comedy that could. After more than five years in what industry folk like to call "development hell," the flick is finally (almost) in production. And the cast is shaping up pretty nice too, if you ask us. Not that anyone did.
The latest additions to the roster include starlet Emma Roberts and comedy vet Kathryn Hahn, who join Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms and Nick Offerman, IndieWire reports.
Roberts will play Julia, a disturbed 20-year-old runaway who poses as the offspring of Sudeikis and Aniston to somehow help with their plot to ferry 1,400 pounds of marijuana from Mexico to the United States. We're not sure exactly how her pretending to be their daughter fits into their master plan, but we're confident it will all be explained in the end. Get More »
Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis are ready to get dysfunctional.
The "Horrible Bosses" co-stars are in talks to go mobile and reunite in the road trip comedy, "We're the Millers," according to Risky Business.
"We're the Millers" centers on a drug dealer who creates a fake family to help him pull off one last job that involves transporting over a thousand pounds of marijuana across the U.S.-Mexican border. The film originated with "Wedding Crashers" writers Steve Faber and Bob Fisher but has gone through a seemingly never-ending mix of writers, directors and actors since it was first picked up in 2002. Get More »
"Horrible Bosses" star Jason Bateman is higher more popular than ever. Word around town is that the funny man du jour is in negotiations to star in the stoner comedy "We're the Millers."
The story follows a professional drug dealer who's dangerously close to hitting the big 30, and decides to perform one last (awesome) job before quitting the business.
Somehow, this scheme requires him to recruit a fake family to help him move 1,400 pounds of pot across the Mexican-American border. The family in question is, presumably, the Millers. Get More »