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Mark and Jay Duplass on the Pros and Cons of Making It As Brothers
“That will never go away – that one of us will be perceived as better or more valuable than the other. It’s fucking terrifying.”
Mark and Jay Duplass Breaking Into True Crime With New Netflix Docuseries
The True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist
will stream in four parts.
Edie Falco and Jay Duplass Are Terrific in
Lynn Shelton’s latest film is a multifaceted love story.
Jeffrey Tambor’s Harassment Claims Are ‘Traumatic’ for
, Says Actor
“The whole experience is painful and really hard to process.”
the duplass brothers
The Duplass Brothers Sign Another Four-Film Deal With Netflix
The new commitment comes three years after Mark and Jay Duplass signed their first four-movie contract with the streamer.
The Duplass Brothers Land a Four-Movie Deal with Netflix
Jay and Mark Duplass have four movies in the works at Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo has landed a four-picture deal with […]
Trailer: The Duplass Brothers’ HBO Motel Anthology Is Full of Mystery
premieres July 28 on HBO.
How Jill Soloway Convinced Jay Duplass to Audition for
With a Song
And Amy Landecker tells her younger self not to fret over “five extra pounds.”
Trailer: John Turturro’s a Cheater and Jenny Slate Knows It
opens in select theaters on July 21.
’s Amy Landecker Is Julia Roberts’s Voice Double
Though calling it an impression would be an understatement.
Landecker, Duplass, Hoffmann on
There’s a bit of a
situation going on.
The Duplass Brothers Are Working on Yet Another HBO Show
HBO may have cancelled the Duplass brothers short-lived sitcom, Togetherness, earlier this year, but they haven’t had enough of the […]
Anna Kendrick Is a Loser in
Written by Mark and Jay Duplass.
HBO Cancels ‘Togetherness’ Ahead of Its Season 2 Finale
Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, and Steve Zissis’s HBO comedy Togetherness is coming to an end. According to Deadline, the network has decided to […]
How Jay Duplass Fell Into Acting on
Saying yes and working things out was just part of the game.
Pfefferman Siblings on
’s New Season
The trio spoke to us about their real-life preparations for the emotionally intense season ahead.
Mark and Jay Duplass Are Writing a Book of Essays
The Duplass brothers have a new book in the works. According to Variety, the two have signed a deal with Ballantine Books to publish a […]
HBO’s New Animated Comedy ‘Animals’ Premieres on February 5th
One of HBO’s new comedies just landed its series premiere date. According to Deadline, HBO has announced that the Duplass Brothers-produced […]
Mark and Jay Duplass Said No to Superhero Movies
They explained at a WGA event.
The Duplass Brothers Sign a Two-Year Overall Deal with HBO
HBO is going into business with the Duplass brothers. According to Variety, Mark and Jay Duplass have signed a two-year overall deal with the […]
Duplass Brothers to Control 35 Percent of Stuff You Watch on the Small Screen
Their animated series
gets a two-series order from HBO.
HBO Gives a Double-Season Order to Duplass Brothers-Produced ‘Animals’
The Duplass brothers are headed to HBO with a new animated comedy series. According to Deadline, the pay network has ordered two seasons […]
HBO Renews Duplass Brothers Comedy ‘Togetherness’ for a Second Season
The Duplass brothers’ new HBO show Togetherness just landed a season 2 renewal. THR reports that the pay network has ordered a second season of […]
Has Been Renewed for Season Two
To premiere in 2016.
The Duplass Brothers Sign a Four-Movie Deal with Netflix
Netflix has given the Duplass brothers a home for their next four films. Not long after reaching a similar deal with Adam Sandler, the […]
the streaming-tv gold rush
Netflix Gets Duplass Brothers to Create 4 Very Mumbly Feature Films
It’s a Sundance miracle!
Watch the Series Premiere of HBO’s Duplass Brothers Comedy ‘Togetherness’ […]
HBO’s new Duplass brothers comedy Togetherness premiered last night, and the pay network has also made the first episode available in full on […]
Duplass Brothers Comedy ‘Togetherness’ Premieres on HBO January 11th
A year after ordering a pilot written and directed by Jay and Mark Duplass called Togetherness, HBO announced today that the new comedy series […]
The Duplass Brothers and Bringing the Lo-Fi Mumblecore Aesthetic to […]
With the recent mainstream indie success of Mumblecore pioneers Joe Swanberg’s Drinking Buddies and Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess, it seems […]
HBO Orders the Duplass Brothers’ Comedy to Series
Back in January, HBO ordered a comedy pilot called Togetherness, created by sibling directing duo Mark and Jay Duplass, and now, the pilot is […]
HBO Orders a Pilot from the Duplass Brothers
Mark and Jay Duplass just sold a pilot for a single-camera comedy to HBO called Togetherness, Deadline reports. The Duplass brothers, who […]
The Duplass Brothers Are Working on a Secret Project
Mark Duplass, star of The League and Safety Not Guaranteed and one-half of the indie writing/directing powerhouse known as “The Duplass […]
The Duplass Brothers Set to Write Mule for Todd Phillips
Mark and Jay Duplass have been brought on to adapt Mule for Todd Phillips to direct and produce. It’s an curious pairing if not a super […]
The Duplass brothers also made
Jeff, Who Lives at Home
Live a Little With Three Jeff, Who Lives at Home Clips
If you’re not the type to shy away from advance clips of awesome-looking movies, check out these three clips from the Duplass brothers’ Jeff, […]
The Jeff, Who Lives at Home Trailer: Sad in a Funny Way or Funny in a Sad […]
Here’s the trailer for Jeff, Who Lives at Home, written by the Duplass brothers and starring Jason Segel, Ed Helms and Judy Greer. Looks good! […]
Jason Segel and Ed Helms to Play Brothers in Jeff Who Lives At Home
Jason Segel and Ed Helms are set to play brothers in Jeff Who Lives At Home, the new movie from Jay and Mark Duplass, whose previous movies […]
Director Jay Duplass on
The director talks about the improv in his movies, the most awkward scene, and how it’d be hard for him to film in 3-D.