Written and directed by Jonathan Newman, the film tells the story of a couple who experiment with swinging as a means of spicing up their relationship. A tongue-in-cheek comedy with its share of straight-faced laughs, "Sex with the Finkels" offers biting satire with plenty of good intention.
Delighting visitors with a gorgeous new theme, the website also features an enlarged version of the newly released movie poster. Featuring Mandy Moore and co-star, Martin Freeman, the adorable pair appear alongside the film's signature line, reading, "It's certainly not boring anymore!"
As an added bonus, fans can also learn about the film's noted writer and director, Jonathan Newman!
As a former Seinfeld and King of Queens cast member, Stiller should be a familiar face to TV enthusiasts. Playing a psychologist and father of Mandy Moore in the Finkels movie, he offered a short summary of the highly-anticipated film. "[Swinging with the Finkels] is a story about a husband and wife who [are] very upscale and he's close to Cambridge and she's a fashion designer," said the 82 year old actor. "They have two friends, and their sex life is kind of going down after 15 years. And they decide to...save their marriage through swinging!"
Explaining that the film has also been helpful in other ways-- like landing a starring role on Mercy, Stiller revealed one as-of-yet unknown bright side for fans of Mandy Moore: Finkels has a happy ending!
While the film's final release date has not yet been determined, this film is one that we can't miss!
Last night's bash was of special importance to Mandy, who shares a close relationship with its hosts, Merrit Elliott and Emily Current. Longtime Hollywood stylists, the pair received nothing but kind words from an exuberant Mandy who commented to People Magazine, "I couldn't be more excited for their success. I adore them, and I am always happy to come out. Anything to show my love."
Since departing for London to shoot her latest film, Swinging With the Finkels, Mandy has enjoyed scant time with her adoring sweetie, singer-songwriter Ryan Adams. Gushing to EOnline, Mandy noted about newly married life, "I'm learning everyday. I'm lucky because I get to spend time everyday with my best friend!" As for kids? "Life is good," said Mandy. "I'm sure somewhere down the road, somewhere in the future...it's in the cards for us."
Mandy Moore has taken London by storm recently, shooting her latest movie entitled Swinging with Finkels. The film, which is due out in 2010, features Mandy and co-star Martin Freeman as a married couple who turn to desperate measures to spice up their love-lives.
Despite the risque subject, however, Mandy insists the movie comes from an innocent place. In a recent video filed by Reuter's reporter Jim Drury, Mandy Moore was asked for her take on the film's overall theme.
"When I describe Swinging with the Finkels to friends, I definitely say its a romantic comedy," says Mandy. I don't know if you need to say anything outside of that!"
According to producer Deepak Nayar, the true character of the film comes from its one-of-a-kind setting. "What we wanted to do, was show London the same way Woody Allen shows New York," he said. "We wanted to show iconic things in London."
Personally, we can't wait to see this film come to life on the big screen!