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Girl Most Likely Will Hit Select Cities In The US Soon!

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07/08/2013 10:07 pm
Girl Most Likely Will Hit Select Cities In The US Soon!


Jessie Bouyea


Dani Strehle

Staff Writers

In case you haven’t heard, our favorite, Darren Criss, is in a movie! He stars alongside SNL alum Kristen Wiig and other big names in Girl Most Likely. Here’s the official summary:

Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids) and Darren Criss (Glee) star in the new comedy Girl Most Likely. Imogene (Wigg) is a failed New York playwriter when her career and personal life hit the skids she is being forced to move back home with her mother and younger brother (Annette Bening and Christopher Fitzgerald) to New Jersey. When she moves back home she finds out that someone man (Criss) that she doesn’t know sleeping in her room and also that her mother as a new boyfriend (Matt Dillon).

On June 18th Darren Criss and Kristen Wiig hit the red carpet durning the Champs-Elysees Film Festival in Paris, France for the premiere of Girl Most Likely. They were joined by the president of the festival Olivier Martinez for a Q&A question. Also while Darren Criss he did a show for his fans where he sang some of his songs from Starkid, his EP, and some new songs that he premiere on his summer tour.

With Darren just getting off his first sold-out summer tour across the U.S. he is now getting ready for his movie premiere in the U.S. and there are a few cities and cinemas that have now been confirmed to show Girl Most Likely soon.

Girl Most Likely Coming Soon To:

Augusta GA - Regal Cinemas
Boston, MA- Kendall Square Cinema
Dever, CO- Esquire Theatre
Indianapolis, IN- Keystone Art Cinema
Milwaukee, WI- Downer Theatre
Minneapolis, MI- Lagoon Cinema
San Diego, CA- Hillcrest Cinemas
San Francisco East Bay, CA- Shattuck Cinemas
St. Louis, MO- Tivoli Theatre
Washington D.C.- E Street Cinema

Girl Most Likely will premiere in the U.S. on July 19, 2013.


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