Lookee here--an indie dramedy starring three people whose careers aren't quite what they should be.
Rosemarie DeWitt, John Krasinski and Olivia Thirlby are all but signed to star in "Nobody Walks," reported Variety. The film is being directed by Ry Russo-Young, who co-wrote the script with Lena Dunham, of "Tiny Furniture" fame.
"Nobody Walks" tells the story of an LA family that invites an artist into their home for the weekend, only to have her turn their lives upside down. It's unclear if DeWitt or Thirlby is the artist in question, but we'd guess it's the former.
In our opinion, any woman good enough for Don Draper is good enough for America, so why DeWitt's career hasn't yet taken off is beyond us. Krasinski's tall, handsome, funny, a Red Sox fan--in short, he's the total package, but his movie career has been a mess thus far. Thirlby is, in the words of Collider, "this generation's Parker Posey," but she hasn't yet had that "Party Girl" breakout role. Here's hoping these three can come together to make the kind of movie they should be.
"No Strings Attached"
Krasinski can next be seen May 6 opposite Kate Hudson in the romcom "Something Borrowed," while Thirlby and DeWitt are still waiting for "Margaret" to see the light of day.