Hollywood crew films movie at the Plymouth Trial Court

Hollywood Warns Gays: Careful What You Wish For (WATCH)





They camped out outside the courtroom during filming and made friends with some of the crew but never made it into the shoot. They moved outside during the crews lunch break and were rewarded with glimpses of Downey playing with his own young son on the way back to his trailer. Bianca Bortoluzzi, a visitor from North Carolina and maybe the biggest Robert Downey Jr. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.wickedlocal.com/plymouth/news/x208441017/Hollywood-crew-films-movie-at-the-Plymouth-Trial-Court









As the film flashes forward a couple years, we now see that the Midwestern couple has repaired their marriage (made possible only by a painful accident), while the young idealists struggle under a mountain of college debt and the stresses of having a newborn in Manhattan. In short, the movie could well be seen as a cautionary tale against marriage -- no matter which genders are involved. Critics are already calling this a " devasting ," " brutal ," " scathing ," " feverish ," " powerful " and ultimately " hilarious " depiction of marriage, and favorably comparing it to such classics of the genre as Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf , Carnal Knowledge , and Carnage . (Very generous comparisons indeed!) And there's already awards-chatter for the ensemble performances of Stiles, Diggs, George and Harbour. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dan-mirvish/hollywood-warns-gays-care_b_3507268.html





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