Variance Films And Gravitas Present: 3, 2, 1…Frankie Go Boom

Variance Films And Gravitas Present: 3, 2, 1…Frankie Go Boom
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Variance Films and Gravitas Present 3,2,1 … FRANKIE GO BOOM . This production follows Frank Bartlett (Charlie Hunnam) who has been tortured embarrassed and humiliated by his brother Bruce (Chris O’Dowd) – usually on film  – for his entire life.

Now that Bruce is finally off drugs and has turned his life around, things should be different. They are not. 3,2,1 … FRANKIE GO BOOM is a twisted rom-com about two brothers a girl with a broken heart, a sex tape, an angel and a pig.

Opening in New York and Los Angeles on October 12th– additional markets to follow.

Available on iTunes September10th.

Written and directed by: Jordan Roberts

Produced by: Marcel Langenegger, Pavlina Hatoupis, Katayoun Marciano

Executive producers: Elliot Lewitt and Julie Kirkham
Cast: Charlie Hunnam(FX’s Sons of Anarchy & Pacific Rim), Chris O’Dowd(Bridesmaids & HBO’s Girls), Lizzy Caplan(Mean Girls & Bachelorette), Ron Perlman(FX’s Sons of Anarchy & Pacific Rim), and Chris Noth(HBO’s Sex and the City & CBS’s The Good Wife).

With: Whitney Cummings, Nora Dunn, Sam Anderson, Kate Luyben, David Marciano, Sarah Rush, Jordan Black and Adam Pally.

Click here to view the green band trailer on Apple Trailers.

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