Life After Beth
Zach (Dane DeHaan) is devastated by the unexpected death of his girlfriend, Beth (Aubrey Plaza). But when she miraculously comes back to life, Zach takes full advantage of the opportunity to share and experience all the things he regretted not doing with her before. However, the newly returned Beth isn’t quite how he remembered her and, before long, Zach’s whole world takes a turn for the worse.
Aubrey Plaza is an American actress who became a household name due to her comic style and timing. She currently co-stars in Parks and Recreation as April Ludgate. Aubrey began her career as an intern. . After performing improv and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, she appeared in the web series, The Jeannie Tate Show. She then went on to star in films such as Funny People (2009) and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010). Her more recent films include Safety Not Guaranteed (2012), 10 years (2012) and The To Do List (2013).
Dane Dehaan starred in Josh Trank's supernatural found-footage film Chronicle, in which he co-starred with with Michael B. Jordan and Alex Russell. It was released to positive reviews and overwhelming box-office success, and initiated a year of strong releases. It was followed by Lawless, John Hillcoat's prohibition-era drama that stars Dane alongside Tom Hardy, Jessica Chastain, Guy Pearce and Gary Oldman. He capped the year with Derek Cianfrance's The Place Beyond the Pines (2012), also starring Eva Mendess, Rose Byrne, Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper. These films established his niche of playing troubled, misguided young men and he continued tin this vein in 2013 with three films that played at Toronto International Film Festival. He played Lucien Caar in Kill Your Darlings (2013), a film following the poets of the 1940's Beat Generation. He also starred in Atom Egoyan's West Memphis Three drama Devil's Knot (2014), opposite Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon, and the experimental concert film Metallica: Through the Never (2013). He most recently starred in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) alongside Andrew Garfield.
John C Reilly
On stage, Reilly has wowed audiences in "The Grapes of Wrath" on Broadway, "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Othello" at Steppenwolf, and earned an Outer Critics Circle Award and Tony nomination for "True West" alongside another impeccable character player Philip Seymor Hoffman. Reilly finally recieved the film recognition he deserved in 2002 with a slew of choice, high-profile parts in The Hours (2002), The Good Girl (2002), Gangs of New York (2002), and especially Chicago as the put-upon husband, Amos Hart, who is played for a patsyby murderous wife Roxie (Renée Zellweger). For this last part, he received both Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for best supporting actor.
Since then his stock has risen considerably, and he has further widened his cinematic repertoire, appearing in everything from dramatic roles - We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011), The Aviator (2004) and Carnage (2011) - to broader comic turns - Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007), Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006), Step Brother (2008), Cyrus (2010) and Cedar Rapids (2011).
Molly Shannon joined Saturday Night Live in early 1995 as a feature player. By the end of September she was promoted to cast member status.
Since joining SNL, Shannon has received considerable recognition for the many funny and memorable characters and impressions she has brought to the show. Some of her recurring characters include the Catholic school girl Mary Katherine Gallagher, joyologist Helen Madden, and a member of the moral-teaching group The Rocky Roads. On SNL, she has also performed numerous impressions of famous people, including Minnie Driver, Michelle Kwan, Monica Lewinsky, Courtney Loce, Madonna, Liza Minnelli, Marie Osmond, Lisa Marie Presley, Baby Spice, and Shania Twain.
‘Everyone onscreen seems to be having a blast, and the feeling becomes as infectious as a zombie virus.’ – Variety
‘Sometimes tender, sometimes frantic and always funny’ – The Hollywood Reporter
‘Pure, unfiltered slapstick cranked way up to eleven.’ – Filmthreat