Ed Helms-Owen Wilson comedy "Bastards" release date set

Ed Helms-Owen Wilson comedy

PanARMENIAN.Net - Warner Bros. has set a release date for the Ed Helms-Owen Wilson comedy Bastards: Nov. 4, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter said.

Lawrence Sher, the cinematographer of the Hangover comedies, is making his directorial debut with the project, which centers on two brothers (played by Helms and Wilson) whose mother slept with many, many, many famous men in the 1970s. They believed their biological father to be dead, but when they find out that he is still alive, the two hit the road to find him.

The movie also stars Oscar winner J.K. Simmons and former Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw — both playing the duo's potential fathers.

Bastards also will feature Glenn Close, as well as Mission: Impossible's Ving Rhames and comedian Katt Williams.

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