Banks plays a news anchor finds herself out on the street after a drunken one-night stand with no money, ID, or means of travel, with only a short time to trek across L. in the US, ensuring that Tom Gormican’s highly relatable comedy with an amazingly talented cast has the chance to connect with the largest possible audience.” In ARE WE OFFICIALLY DATING?, three guys decide to support a friend devastated by a recent breakup by vowing to maintain their single status for as long as possible.It's not really Efron's fault though - the story's lacking in any real fizzing moments as it plays out; Teller has some nice moments as he realises that the girl who's been helping him to hook up is the one for him and Jordan comes full circle as he realises that married life will never be the same.However, it's Poots' character who suffers the worst in this - she's initially feisty and a little bit independent but gradually begins to crumble as time goes on.The plan gets derailed when they each fall in love and have to secretly work around their pledge to bachelorhood, while trying to figure out the complications of modern day relationships.The deal was brokered for the filmmakers by WME and CAA.Jordan, and centers on “three guys decide to support a friend devastated by a recent breakup by vowing to maintain their single status for as long as possible. Hit the jump to read the SANTA MONICA, CA June 17, 2013 – Film District announced today that it has acquired U. Film District plans to distribute the release wide in the U. and all the rising talent in front of and behind the camera.
Zac was spotted on set with his two costars, Michael B.
\n\n Isn't it funny how it's always when you say you don't want to be in a relationship that you fall into one?
Well, with enough chuckling, playful eye-rolls and head shaking, someone convinced Zac Efron it's funny enough, as he's signed on to star in , a comedy about \"three friends in New York City who make a pact to remain single just as they each start to fall in love.\" Seeing as how we've already established today that Efron is following the sweaty trail of Mc Conaughey, and knowing that the path of Mc Conaughey inevitably leads to some kind of romantic-comedy involving a reluctant relationship, this pretty much makes sense.
Soon afterwards, we get a penis joke (or fifty), and plenty of toilet humour.
This is Efron as you’ve never seen him, but that isn’t near enough to make this film achieve its goals.