Clark Duke is now available unrated | Rock Candy

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Clark Duke is now available unrated

Posted By on Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 4:11 PM

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Buy/rent it today. The New York Times Manolha Dargis mostly hated it but said that "Clark Duke as an unlikely lady-killer hit[s] every sweet-and-sardonic note with panache."

So there you go. Glenwood represent.

More promisingly, the Hollywood Reporter says Duke is in negotiations, along with Craig Robinson, to co-star in "Hot Tub Time Machine" with John Cusack and Rob Corddry. The story "follows a group of guys who have grown frustrated with their adult lives. They return to the ski lodge where they partied as teens to find answers and are transported to 1987 via their hot tub, a bubbly time machine."

Wow.

Duke is in line to play Cusack's younger brother.


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