Let's Collectively Drool Over The Cast Of Cameron Crowe's New Movie

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Let's Collectively Drool Over The Cast Of Cameron Crowe's New Movie

By Joanna Robinson | Trade News | October 14, 2013 | Comments ()


As if I wasn’t already massively excited for the new Cameron Crowe film set in Hawaii. News broke today that Bill Murray is likely to join the already adorable cast and, lo, my tiki torch burns that much brighter. Crowe’s movie sounds like a bit of a departure from the small human interest flicks that have etched him so indelibly on our hearts. Unless, did I miss the part of Say Anything where John Cusack harnessed “mystical island forces” in order to scuttle a mission and win the girl?

Regardless, Emma Stone, film kitten extraordinaire, will be playing the love interest and an Air Force pilot. She’s already shaking her hair out of a helmet and whipping off aviators in my mind. To the tune of something extraordinary, if Crowe has anything to say about it. Here’s the rest of the cast. Not bad. Oh not bad at all.

Rachel McAdams

Jay Baruchel
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Edi Gathegi

Danny McBride

Alec Baldwin

Bill Murray

Emma Stone

Bradley Cooper

(via The Wrap)

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