For Sale Paul Rudd Movie Admission Posters
Promo Flyer to advertise the movie Admission
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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If it’s good enough for Tina…
At a recent press conference in New York, Tina Fey said that feminism remains a factor in choosing her projects:
Feminism is certainly something that appeals to me and I certainly try to avoid any roles that would offend me.
In the new film Admission directed by Paul Weitz and written by Karen Croner co-starring Paul Rudd and out on March 8th, Fey plays Portia Nathan, a Princeton University admissions officer. She’s a feminist at heart that has lived by the book and has made a choice not to be a mother. When she finds out that a child she gave birth to is applying to Princeton, she finds herself bending the admission rules and puts her future at risk. Fey said she was attracted to the script for a few reasons:
It was such a rich story. There are so many roles where women are chasing motherhood and desperate to experience it. I thought it was clear that this woman was very clear that did not want to be a mother and she did not want to be married. She has to face the reality that this person does actually exist and how will this work within her life. It was a nice thing I hadn’t seen before. More here
Hollywood loves their Fey.
I’m out the door in a few minutes to go see “Admission,” and I’m curious to see how she is in it, although I think it’s just one of what I’m sure will be many Tina Fey movies in the next few years as Hollywood tries to figure out what works best for her at the box office. The pairing of her with Paul Rudd is almost like doing a movie on training wheels. Of course they’ll be charming and funny together, whether there’s anything more to the movie or not. Those two seem perfectly paired in terms of comic sensibility. More here
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