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Poster For Zach Braff's All New People
It's a play, not a film. We're cultural

29 November 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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Maybe you enjoy watching filmstars do their stuff, but sometimes wish the surroundings were less distracting. Or perhaps you can't afford a 3D, but would like the same effect for less. Well, theatre might be the solution! And with that in mind, here's an exclusive look at the poster for the Zach Braff written-and-starring All New People. Which is a play, not a film.

The Garden State director and Scrubs star already brought the play to Broadway, then starring The Hangover's Justin Bartha, but now he's coming to London and taking the lead role himself. We're told that the play concerns a 35 year-old who wants to spend time along in his parents' luxury apartment, but finds his plans to mope in peace interrupted by a succession of interlopers.

The play opens at the Duke of York theatre in London on February 22 next year. So if you fancy being a bit cultural (since anything on stage is automatically cultural up to and including pantomime) check it out.


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Who the hell edits these articles? "Perhaps you can't afford a 3d", a 3d what? TV? Life? "a 35 who wants to spend time ALONG in his parents' luxury apartment" That's not even a sentence!!!!!!!! More

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