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GIRLFRIEND'S DAY/Amber Tamblyn joins Bob Odenkirk


 

Amber Tamblyn Joins Bob Odenkirk in "Girlfriend's Day"

September 17, 2013 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Amber Tamblyn has joined the cast of Michael Stephenson's Girlfriend's Day.

Bob Odenkirk penned the script and stars as Ray, a has-been greeting card writer. In trying to recapture the feelings that once made him the greatest, Ray gets entangled in a web of murder and deceit as writers vie to create the perfect card for a new holiday: Girlfriend's Day.

Tamblyn will play opposite of Odenkirk as an offbeat "Cardie" (fan of greeting card writers) whose involvement with Ray revives his seemingly lost talent.

Tamblyn was recently seen in Django Unchained and 127 hours. She will be seen next in CBS' Two and Half Men. She is repped by UTA, Hyler Management and Sloane, Offer, Weber, Dern, LLP.

Bob Odenkirk can currently be seen on the big screen in The Spectacular Now. He will next be seen in Alexander Payne's Nebraska. The final season of AMC's Breaking Bad, where Bob stars as Saul Goodman, is currently airing.

Magic Stone, helmed by husband and wife team Michael and Lindsay Stephenson; will produce alongside producing partners Marc Provissiero and Bob Odenkirk.

Girlfriends Day is scheduled to being principal photography in early 2014 in Los Angeles.



About Magic Stone

Launched in 2009, Magic Stone is a production company helmed by husband-and-wife team, Michael and Lindsay Stephenson. The Company produced.

Best Worst Movie and The American Scream, two award-winning feature documentaries that rose to critical and commercial success. Most recently, Magic Stone executive produced Zero Charisma, an indie comedy distributed by Tribeca Films and Nerdist that can be seen in theaters this October. For more information please visit www.magicstoneproductions.com.

About Odenkirk Provissiero

Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment is a production/management house specializing in comedy. Recent productions include pilots developed and produced for Comedy Central, Adult Swim, and AMC, born from a production deal with Fox TV Studios.

Industry veterans Marc Provissiero and Naomi Odenkirk helm the firm. Their firm represents Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Casey Wilson, Randall Einhorn, Jared Stern, Derek Waters, and a slew of taste making comedic voices, from both behind and in front of the camera.