Neil LaBute photo-bombs a couple's picture at MCC Theater.
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Under the Radar review of Dirty Weekend: Neil LaBute’s latest confirms that the writer/director is out of touch and out of material. Poised as an edgy and frank odd-couple comedy, instead Dirty Weekend feels more like a collection of stale and undeveloped ideas about debauchery and monogamy.
Ben Stiller and his wife Christine Taylor at the opening night party for Neil LaBute's The Break Of Noon.
Hollywood Reporter review of The Way We Get By: Suffice it to say that LaBute doesn't develop his provocative premise in particularly interesting fashion. Much of the dialogue about the couple's concern over reactions of their friends and family should they decide to take the relationship further proves banal and repetitive.
Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadowski met while performing in Neil LaBute's play The Way We Get By and now they're a couple.
Thomas Sadoski and Amanda Seyfried in a promotional image for Neil LaBute's The Way We Get By.
Neil LaBute and Mia Maestro would make a cute couple.
Lisa Joyce and Adam Brody will star in a new Neil LaBute incest drama for DirecTV called Billy & Billie. They will play a couple at the beginning of a new relationship complicated by the fact that they're stepbrother and sister. LaBute will write and direct the show. There's no announcement yet on what role his girlfriend Gia Crovatin will be playing in the show.
Cinema Blend review of Van Helsing: The new Syfy entry into vampiric lore, Van Helsing, starts off as a middling copy of The Walking Dead where you'll have more questions than answers and couldn't care less about many of the people involved in the story. But, after getting just a couple of episodes in, you might start to see a show that's made of stronger stuff prevail.