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Real Life Dad Neil Patrick Harris To Play A Fictional Dad On Movie Screen

Say what you will about some of his recent career decisions, but Neil Patrick Harris‘ summer flick The Best and The Brightest, which managed to squeeze in some of Amy Sedaris’ facial expressions, could actually be the cute comedy I’ve been waiting for him to deliver. Sure, it’s a bit straight-forward, but it’ll make for a nice lazy Sunday afternoon matinee between a boozy brunch and dinner with the in-laws. (Posts like this, of course, must carry the requisite request for Newsweek‘s Ramin Setoodeh to review the film for gayness.)

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4 Comments

  • big city

    Good, at least it’s not a smurf movie.

  • Gigi

    Was that Cpt. Janeway (sp?) right at the end? If so, I’m in!

  • Latebrosus

    Yes, Kate Mulgrew!

    Internet sex ads as poetry. Yeah, that could work.

  • divkid

    nph i can take or leave; but anything even remotely connected with a sedaris merits my attention.

    incidentally, i went to school with the actor who plays nph’s sleazy friend clark. he’s incredibly funny and clever and talented — which is annoying.

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