Suburbia hits Sunset Blvd.

'Joneses' makes U.S. preem at Arclight Hollywood

Writer-director Derrick Borte’s indie suburban pic “The Joneses,” starring Demi Moore and David Duchovny, bowed last September at Toronto but finally made its U.S. premiere Thursday at the ArcLight Hollywood.

At the preem, Duchovny noted the differences between the two auds.

“The movie played much more like a comedy (in Toronto). But the feeling coming out now is more of a message film,” he said about the pic that takes comments on consumerism through its look at a seemingly picture-perfect family.

Moore was joined by husband Ashton Kutcher at Roadside Attractions’ after-party, held at Playhouse Hollywood. Also on hand were thesps Gary Cole, Glenne Headly and comedian Garry Shandling.

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