WHO’S IN IT?
Anna Kendrick (Up In The Air), Craig Robinson (This Is The End), June Squibb (Nebraska), Lisa Kudrow (The Girl On The Train), Stephen Merchant (Logan), Tony Revolori (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Wyatt Russell (22 Jump Street), Amanda Crew (Sex Drive), Andrew Stahl (The Patriot), Maria Thayer (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Andy Daly (What Happens In Vegas), Thomas Cocquerel (Kidnapping Freddy Heineken), Margo Martindale (August: Osage County), Becky Ann Baker (Men In Black)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jeffrey Blitz (Rocket Science), director; Jay Duplass (Cyrus) and Mark Duplass (Jeff, Who Lives At Home), writers; Dan Cohen (Cut Bank), P. Jennifer Dana (Happy Endings), Shawn Levy (Real Steel), Tom McNulty (The Rocker) and Mark Roberts (In A World…), producers; John Swihart (Napoleon Dynamite), composer; Ben Richardson (The Fault In Our Stars), cinematographer; Yana Gorskaya (Hunt For The Wilderpeople), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Eloise (Kendrick) attends the wedding of her oldest friend, despite having been removed from her maid of honor status after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man. She finds that she is seated with a group of strangers that were only invited as a courtesy, and weren’t necessarily expected to actually come. As they swap stories and experiences with each other, the whole table starts to form a connection with each other and a friendship bonds between them…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
An all-star alternative to the glamorous wedding movie sub-genre, Table 19 celebrates the reception guests who nobody really wants to be there, but go along anyway to have some fun.