Tag Archive

Tag Archives for " The Rental "

Alison Brie Talks ‘Happiest Season,’ ‘Promising Young Woman’ & Making Art That Matters [The Fourth Wall]

As we entered 2020, there was arguably no actor poised to have as monumental of a year as Alison Brie. With an already diverse body of work ranging from period dramas to comedies, animation, video games, indie darlings, and more, this year especially feels like a snapshot of everything she’s strived for her entire career […]

Continue reading

‘The Rental’ Is Second Film Ever to Be #1 on Both Theatrical and VOD Charts at Same Time

For only the second time in the five months of parallel theatrical/Video on Demand releases, one film led grosses both in available theaters and on at least one home viewing chart. Dave Franco’s “The Rental” (IFC) grossed $404,000 in 250 theaters, two thirds of them drive-ins, to easily best several library titles made available this […]

Continue reading

Dave Franco on Sibling Rivalry and the Nightmare Hotel Story That Inspired His Directorial Debut ‘The Rental’

Releasing a movie as a first-time filmmaker during a pandemic isn’t an ideal scenario. Unless you’re Dave Franco, who deftly makes the shift from screen actor to feature director with “The Rental,” his new low-budget horror movie starring an indie dream team including his wife Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, and Sheila Vand. “We’re obviously living […]

Continue reading

‘The Rental’ Trailer: Alison Brie & Friends Find A Nightmare Reservation In Dave Franco’s Creepy Directorial Debut

Airbnb can be a fun affordable alternative for those feeling adventurous and craving a more intimate vacation experience vacation. Because nothing beats closer proximity and greater likelihood to try the local food specialties, take in the sights, and embrace the culture. But stepping foot into someone else’s personal space doesn’t always feel like a holiday. […]

Continue reading

‘The Rental’ Trailer: Dave Franco’s Directorial Debut Is a Horror Movie with an Indie Dream Team

Actor Dave Franco jumps into the director’s chair with his first feature, “The Rental,” a horror movie opening theatrically, in select drive-ins, and on demand on July 24. With an indie dream team cast including Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand, the film is written by Franco with Joe Swanberg, with […]

Continue reading

ArcLight Cinemas Is Giving Dave Franco’s ‘The Rental’ the Drive-in Treatment

Our friends at ArcLight Cinemas have put together a special pop-up event showing of Dave Franco’s directorial debut, The Rental, ahead of its nationwide release. The special event will be done in partnership with IFC Films, the studio behind the Franco feature. Although the ArcLight Cinemas doors remains closed, the ArcLight team still aims to […]

Continue reading