The glut of big-budget tentpoles left even less room than usual for specialty pics to spread out and catch audience attention this summer.
The Way Back
Nat Faxon and Jim Rash had never directed a feature before they co-helmed "The Way, Way Back." The duo were known primarily as actors -- Faxon starred on Fox's "Ben and Kate," Rash on NBC's…
Since the story behind the coming-of-age film "The Way Way Back" is about an awkward teen on vacation, its makers and guests had adolescent angst in mind at a June 29 screening in the Hamptons…
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Since Fox Searchlight's “The Way, Way Back” is a coming-of-age pic, its cast and makers took the opportunity at the June 26 Gotham premiere to recall some fond, or not-so-fond, memories of their…
The Los Angeles Film Festival has tapped Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's The Way, Way Back" as the closing night film on June 23.
Fox Searchlight has acquired North American rights, as well as most rights in major territories, to "The Way, Way Back." The comedy marks the directorial debut of "The Descendants" scribes Nat Faxon…
This coming-of-ager can be explosively funny in parts, but overall feels pretty familiar, relying more on its cast than the material to win favor.
Most people know Liam James for his role as Mireille Enos' son on AMC's "The Killing," but Sundance auds will see an entirely different side of the young actor in "The Way, Way Back," a coming-of-age…
Liam James, who plays Mireille Enos' son on AMC's "The Killing," has landed the coveted lead role in the coming-of-age indie "The Way, Way Back," which marks the directorial debut of "The…
There's a "Little Miss Sunshine" reunion on the horizon, as Steve Carell and Toni Collette are joining the cast of Jim Rash and Nat Faxon's directorial debut "The Way, Way Back."