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Riley Keough, Jesse Eisenberg Film ‘Sasquatch Sunset’ to Be Released by Bleecker Street

Valerie Wu Intern Directing duo David and Nathan Zellner’s latest film “Sasquatch Sunset,” starring Riley Keough (“Daisy Jones and the Six”) and Jesse Eisenberg (“The Social Network”), is slated for a theatrical release by film distribution company Bleecker Street in 2024. No plot details have yet been announced. The film depicts “a year in the life of a singular family,” according to its description, and Eisenberg will be playing a hairy, big-footed Sasquatch, which he previously relayed to Variety.

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Emma Stone’s new show is the “most unforgettable” of the year, according to critics
The Curse starring Emma Stone and Nathan Fielder has been widely praised by critics as one of the best shows of the year.Created and written by Fielder (The Rehearsal) and Benny Safdie (Uncut Gems), the comedy series follows newly married couple Asher (Fielder) and Whitney Siegel (Stone) who believe they have been afflicted by a curse while co-hosting their problematic HGTV home improvement show, Flipanthropy, in New Mexico.The first reviews have been released ahead of the show’s debut on Paramount+ later this month, with Entertainment Weekly describing it as “the weirdest, most unforgettable show of 2023”.In the B+ review, the outlet wrote: “Blending cringe comedy with contemplative character study and undertones of horror, The Curse is unrelentingly odd and tough to forget.”The Standard were similarly effusive in a five-star review, and explained how the show comments on “white privilege, condescension and mutual distrust”.“To deliver such grand themes with deadpan accuracy and hilarity is no small feat,” the review read. “Emma Stone is capitivating as she flips from breathless do-gooder to barely concealed narcissist; and Nathan Fielder is stellar as the deeply unlikable Asher.”In a five-star review of the first three episodes by the BBC, The Curse is described as being as “edgy, unsettling and smart” as you’d expect from the creator of HBO’s The Rehearsal.