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Josh Radnor Wraps Principal Photography On Directorial Debut

josh_radnorPaper Street Films/Tom Sawyer Entertainment announces the completion of principal photography of actor Josh Radnor‘s feature film directorial debut “HappyThankYouMorePlease.” Radnor, the star of the Emmy-nominated CBS comedy HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER wrote the screenplay and co-stars along with Malin Akerman (WATCHMEN), Kate Mara (IRON MAN 2), Zoe Kazan (REVOLUTIONARY ROAD), Pablo Schreiber (THE WIRE) and Tony Hale of ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT. Academy Award Nominee Richard Jenkins (THE VISITOR) rounds out the cast of this New York City based project.

“HappyThankYouMorePlease” follows six New Yorkers dealing with love, friendship, and gratitude at a time when they’re too old to be precocious and not ready to be adults.

The film is produced by Jesse Hara of Tom Sawyer Entertainment and Benji Kohn, Austin Stark and Chris Papavasiliou of Paper Street Films. It is also executive produced by Glenn Williamson (producer of this spring’s indie hit SUNSHINE CLEANING) and Peter Sterling, and Bingo Gubelmann of Paper Street Films.

“Josh Radnor has crafted a story that is incredibly funny and poignant at the same time,” said producer Jesse Hara. “We feel honored to bring such a fresh and original voice to the screen.”

Radnor is repped by Rhonda Price at Gersh. Malin Akerman can next be seen in Universal’s “Couples Retreat”. She is repped by Steve Caserta of Sanders Armstrong Caserta Management and WME. Kate Mara can next be seen in the indie feature, “Peep World”. She is repped by Kenny Goodman of Goodmanagement and UTA. Zoe Kazan will next be seen in Rebecca Miller’s “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee” and the “Untitled Nancy Meyers Project”. She is repped by Johnnie Planco of Parseghian Planco and Gersh.

Regarding his directorial debut, Radnor said, “The weather cooperated, the crew was tireless and professional, and the cast was amazing. But truth be told, the director drove me crazy.”

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