Aaron Tveit-Annaleigh Ashford Film Better Off Single Released Today

News   Aaron Tveit-Annaleigh Ashford Film Better Off Single Released Today The New York City dating comedy arrives in select cinemas and on demand.
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Better Off Single, which is described as a “New York City dating comedy that follows one man’s hallucination-fueled, post-breakup quest to find new love… and himself,” arrives in select cinemas and on demand October 7. The motion picture from Red Square Pictures is distributed worldwide by Gravitas Ventures.

The cast includes Aaron Tveit (Next to Normal, Catch Me If You Can), Abby Elliott, Lauren Miller Rogen, Kal Penn, Chris Elliott, Lewis Black, Shane McRae, Kelen Coleman and Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford (You Can't Take It With You, Kinky Boots, Sylvia).

A list of cinemas showing the new film follows:
Los Angeles – Monica Film Center (Santa Monica; Q&A with select cast to follow the 7:50 PM show October 7)
Chicago - AMC Woodridge
Denver - AMC Westminster
Dallas - AMC Grapevine
Houston - AMC Gulf Pointe
Orlando - AMC West Oaks
Phoenix - AM Arizona Center
Seattle - AMC Oak Tree
Philly - AMC Neshaminy
Atlanta - AMC Southlake Pavillion
Toronto - Kingsway
New York – Village Cinema (one show only at 11 AM October 8; Q&A with Tveit, McRae and more to follow)

Watch the trailer below:

Better Off Single, according to production notes, is described as such: “When Charlie Carroll (Tveit) quits his job and his girlfriend (Elliott) on the same day, it seems as though he’s finally found freedom. But after a quick dip in the dark waters of the NYC dating pool, Charlie begins to wonder if he’s made a mistake. He’s not equipped for single life. In fact, Charlie might not be equipped for life in general. With no job and no love, Charlie is forced to go on a journey of self-discovery so intense that he begins to suffer from surreal hallucinations, flashbacks, and fantasies. Will he find ’the one?’ Or did that ship already sail, taking with it his only hopes for relationship sanity?”

“We set out to make a smart, funny movie—one that would only be possible by the means of talented collaborators on both sides of the camera,” said director Cox in an earlier statement. “We’re thrilled to extend that collaboration to include Gravitas. We can’t wait for audiences to get a look.”

(Updated October 7, 2016)

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