Do you like the style of comedies that are also dramas, and vice versa? Then you may possibly enjoy Town House, just such a comedy-drama fusion that has Zach Galifianakis and Amy Adams in talks to star:
Story is loosely based on Tish Cohen's debut novel of the same name, which centers on an agoraphobic man, who lives with his teenage son in a historic Boston townhouse that he inherited from his rock star father. With royalties from his father's work dwindling, the man is forced to come to terms with his life. A call girl strikes up a friendship with the man. Doug Wright and Carney adapted the screenplay.
Galifianakis as an agoraphobe? That sounds like just the kind of meaty, socio-mutanty part he can sink his beard into. Computer, purchase tickets. Two. Weekend after opening.
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