Pretty Picture Dump: January Jones As a Prostitute and Jennifer Aniston as a Stripper
Here's your first look at Touchy Feely, starring one of my very favorite actresses of the moment, Rosemarie Dewitt, plus Ellen Page, who we haven't seen in quite some time. Touchy Feely, which debuts at Sundance next month, comes from Lynn Shelton (Humpday) and also stars Alison Janney, Scoot McNairy and Josh Pais (via)
Next up is your first look at another Sundance debut, Sweetwater, which is set in the 1800s and pits a fanatical religious preacher against a prostitute (January Jones) in a bloody battle.
Jones' Mad Men co-star Elisabeth Moss, is the lead in Jane Campion's six-hour mini-series, Top of the Lake, also debuting at Sundance for anyone that wants to sit their ass in a seat for that long of a period. (Via)
Daniel Radcliffe and "Boardwalk Empire's"Jack Huston (with a FULL FACE) will star in the Sundance premiere, Kill Your Darlings. Radcliffe is Alan Ginsberg, and Huston is Jack Kerouac. It's based on the true story of how Kerouc, William Burroughs, and Ginsberg were arrested for the murder of David Kammerer in the 1940s. (Via)
Finally, here's our first look at We're the Millers, from our old friend Rawson Marshall Thurber (Dodgeball). Millers is a comedy about a small-time pot dealer who has to smuggle a lot of drugs into Mexico in an RV with his cynical stripper neighbor (Jennifer Aniston) and a streetwise teen (Emma Roberts) posing as his family. Sudeikis, holla! (Via)