We're The Millers (2013)

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We're The Millers Release Date
August 7, 2013
We're The Millers Synopsis
David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids—after all, he has his scruples. So what could go wrong? Plenty. Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tries to help out some local teens and winds up getting jumped by a trio of gutter punks. Stealing his stash and his cash, they leave him in major debt to his supplier, Brad (Ed Helms). In order to wipe the slate clean—and maintain a clean bill of health—David must now become a big-time drug smuggler by bringing Brad's latest shipment in from Mexico. Twisting the arms of his neighbors, cynical stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston) and wannabe customer Kenny (Will Poulter), and the tatted-and-pierced streetwise teen Casey (Emma Roberts), he devises a foolproof plan. One fake wife, two pretend kids and a huge, shiny RV later, the "Millers" are headed south of the border for a Fourth of July weekend that is sure to end with a bang.
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Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Will Poulter, and Ed Helms
Directed by: Rawson Marshall Thurber
Produced by: Vincent Newman, Tucker Tooley, Happy Walters, and Chris Bender
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
Distributor: New Line Cinema
Release Date:  August 7, 2013
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Writers Hired To Pen Sequels To We're The Millers, The Equalizer Writers Hired To Pen Sequels To We're The Millers, The Equalizer
In 2014, franchises are all studios have, and every original film is a chance to launch a couple of sequels that they might be able to promote to audiences based not on demand, but familiarity. And now, we’re getting two more, so deal with it, sequel-haters.
by Gabe Toro February 25, 2014 discussion comments
We're The Millers Director Takes Over For Ed Helms' Spy Comedy Central Intelligence We're The Millers Director Takes Over For Ed Helms' Spy Comedy Central Intelligence
I’m sure New Line hopes for a repeat performance in the box office, too, as We’re the Millers took in a surprisingly high (hehe) $269 million worldwide on a modest $37 million budget. Regardless of how you feel about a big, obvious spy comedy, you can’t deny it’s better than hearing about Thurber signing on to direct the sequel We’re Also the Millers.
by Nick Venable December 21, 2013 discussion comments
This Week In Home Entertainment: We're The Millers, The World's End And More This Week In Home Entertainment: We're The Millers, The World's End And More
The crawl begins as a begrudging reunion of a bunch of men who are no longer friendly, but when Nick Frost, Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright are involved, fans are in for something a little spookier and more spectacular. In this case, as the night wears on, the former friends determine there is something more sinister afoot.
by Jessica Rawden November 19, 2013 discussion comments
We're The Millers Road Tripping Onto Blu-ray And DVD In November We're The Millers Road Tripping Onto Blu-ray And DVD In November
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing the film onto Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on November 19. The Blu-ray copy of the flick will come with an extended cut of the film, which means it may be worth paying a few extras dollars to nab the movie in HD
by Jessica Rawden October 4, 2013 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office: Elysium Soars Over The Millers, Planes and Percy Jackson Weekend Box Office: Elysium Soars Over The Millers, Planes and Percy Jackson
There was a lot of new movies demanding attention this weekend, and the love from audiences was spread pretty thin.

Number one went to Elysium, banking just $30 million. That's a let down for director Neill Blomkamp whose last rated R sci-fi film (and his first every feature film as well), District 9 managed a $37 million opening in 2009, and that was without big names like Damon and Foster on the billing.
by Scott Gwin August 11, 2013 discussion comments
Elysium Scrambles To The Top Of Crowded Friday Box Office Elysium Scrambles To The Top Of Crowded Friday Box Office
A lot of very different movies are jostling for attention at the box office this weekend, but so far it's the most typical summer blockbuster that's coming out on top. Elysium, the sci-fi film starring Matt Damon and directed by District 9's Neill Blomkamp, was the highest earner on Friday, making $11.2 million on its opening day
by Katey Rich August 10, 2013 discussion comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Elysium, Percy Jackson, We're the Millers and Planes Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Elysium, Percy Jackson, We're the Millers and Planes Reviews
Bunch of movies on the Rotten slate this week, which means we shouldn’t waste any time getting down to business. This time we’ll take a trip to Elysium, sun some drugs with the Millers, fly a bunch of animated planes and touch base with Percy Jackson again
by Doug Norrie August 4, 2013 discussion comments
We're The Millers Red Band Trailer Doesn't Raise The Bar For R-Rated Comedy We're The Millers Red Band Trailer Doesn't Raise The Bar For R-Rated Comedy
I definitely want this film to be good, because zany Hollywood comedies nearly never live up to their potential. (The Watch, I’m glaring at you.) But films led by Sudeikis or Aniston are really hit-or-miss, and it isn't very encouraging watching the two of them joke about who will blow Luis Guzmán’s cop to get out of trouble.
by Nick Venable August 2, 2013 discussion comments
Jennifer Aniston Puts On Her Mom Smile For We're The Millers Poster Jennifer Aniston Puts On Her Mom Smile For We're The Millers Poster
She's got her mom shirt on and her mom smile to go with it, but there's the faintest glint of mischief in Jennifer Aniston's eye in the poster for the upcoming comedy We're the Millers. As the poster tells us, she's Rose Miller. A stripper, not a mom. In We're the Millers, Aniston's stripper character is posing as a mom as part of a ruse to smuggle a "smidge" of drugs into the country.
by Kelly West June 13, 2013 discussion comments
Jason Sudeikis Is A Drug Dealing Dad On We're The Millers Poster Jason Sudeikis Is A Drug Dealing Dad On We're The Millers Poster
Each of the posters so far show the "Millers" at their squeaky clean best, rather than their unsavory real worst. It's funny that New Line didn't opt for showing a bit of both, as the image above is pretty vague as to the stories plot. Looking at this, you might assume David Miller is a former drug dealer trying to turn his life around instead of a scoundrel playing dad to hide his dealing.
by Kristy Puchko June 12, 2013 discussion comments
Emma Roberts Is The Runaway And Will Poulter Is The Virgin In New We're The Millers Character Posters Emma Roberts Is The Runaway And Will Poulter Is The Virgin In New We're The Millers Character Posters
Presumably this is just the start of a week-long release of new character posters, so in the next couple of days expect to hear even more about We're The Millers. And considering the comedy is being put out by Warner Bros. - the same studio releasing Man of Steel - I wouldn't be too surprised if we saw a new trailer this week as well.
by Eric Eisenberg June 11, 2013 discussion comments
Jennifer Aniston Strips Down In Red And Green Band We're The Millers Trailers Jennifer Aniston Strips Down In Red And Green Band We're The Millers Trailers
Directed by Dodgeball's Rawson Marshall Thurber, We're The Millers stars Jason Sudeikis as David Burke, a low-level pot dealer who gets in serious trouble when he is jumped by a group of punks who steal his money and his stash. Desperate to pay off his supplier (Ed Helms), David is forced to take a job transporting what he is told is just a tiny bit of marijuana across the Mexico/U.S. border.
by Eric Eisenberg May 22, 2013 discussion comments
Gravity, 300: Rise Of An Empire, We're The Millers And More Debut Footage At CinemaCon Gravity, 300: Rise Of An Empire, We're The Millers And More Debut Footage At CinemaCon
While tonight’s presentation from WB did include trailers from Man of Steel, The Hangover Part III, The Conjuring and The Great Gatsby, it was the footage that was shown from August and beyond that made it the most interesting one we’ve seen so far.
by Eric Eisenberg April 16, 2013 discussion comments
Release Dates Announced For We're The Millers, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, And More Release Dates Announced For We're The Millers, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, And More
Warner Bros. has some huge movies coming out next year, including titles like Man of Steel, Pacific Rim, and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and while dates for those titles are probably pretty set in stone, the studio has been doing some moving and shaking with four of their other films due out in 2013.
by Eric Eisenberg October 10, 2012 discussion comments
Emma Roberts Joins Jennifer Aniston Comedy We're The Millers Emma Roberts Joins Jennifer Aniston Comedy We're The Millers
Directed by Dodgeball helmer Rawson Marshall Thurber, the movie centers on an ambitious pot dealer who is looking to smuggle a massive crop—we're talking upwards of 1,400 pounds—of marijuana across the Mexican border. But how do you get that much pot through border control? Masquerade as a family on vacation, of course!
by Kristy Puchko July 14, 2012 discussion comments
Kathryn Hahn Joins Pot Comedy We're The Millers Kathryn Hahn Joins Pot Comedy We're The Millers
Ten years ago, the guys who wrote Wedding Crashers sold a script about a dude who hires a fake family in an attempt to smuggle more than a thousand pounds of marijuana from Mexico to the United States. Initially, the project got some early traction with a few big names including Steve Buscemi and Will Arnett considering roles, but nothing ever came of the hype, at least until Jennifer Aniston picked up We’re The Millers earlier this year.
by Mack Rawden July 13, 2012 discussion comments
Chronicles of Narnia Actor Joins Pot Comedy We're The Millers Chronicles of Narnia Actor Joins Pot Comedy We're The Millers
In We're The Millers, the upcoming comedy from Dodgeball director Rawson Marshall Thurber, the lead character, played by Jason Sudeikis, plays an aging pot dealer who decides to try for one last score before he retires. His plan is to try and smuggle 1,400 pounds of marijuana from Mexico to the United States without being caught by law officials.
by Eric Eisenberg June 25, 2012 discussion comments
Ed Helms Joins David Wain's They Came Together And Rawson Thurber's We're The Millers Ed Helms Joins David Wain's They Came Together And Rawson Thurber's We're The Millers
We're The Millers is a different kind of story and also has a much smaller part for Helms. The movie, which has been in development for years now, is about an aging pot dealer (Jason Sudekis) who plans to retire after one last score that involves moving 1,400 pounds of marijuana from Mexico to the United States. The way he does this is by hiring a fake family that includes Jennifer Aniston as his fake wife.
by Eric Eisenberg June 18, 2012 discussion comments
Jennifer Aniston And Jason Sudekis May Reunite For We're The Millers Jennifer Aniston And Jason Sudekis May Reunite For We're The Millers
What's interesting about this story is that all of it hinges on Jennifer Aniston's involvement. Apparently she has been holding on to the script for weeks, but talks have not produced a contract as of yet. The trade says that New Line will either greenlight the film or shelve it again based on Aniston's decision. Jason Sudekis and Aniston previously worked together with the studio on last summer's surprise hit Horrible Bosses.
by Eric Eisenberg April 9, 2012 discussion comments
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We're The Millers is one of those great sounding movies that has spent far, far too long in development hell. First developed back in 2002, the project had both Steve Buscemi and Will Arnett attached in the lead role at some point, but when it never ended up going anywhere they fell off. Back in May the project was given new life and now the film has lined up its new lead.
by Eric Eisenberg July 26, 2011 discussion comments
New Line Brings In Dodgeball Director For Pot Comedy We're The Millers New Line Brings In Dodgeball Director For Pot Comedy We're The Millers
Will Arnett and Steve Buscemi had been attached at various points to play the lead character, a drug dealer who embarks on one last job in Mexico and must invent a family in order to get a stash across the border, but presumably they'll be starting from scratch to cast it this time
by Katey Rich May 3, 2011 discussion comments
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