Director Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show, Paper Moon) is back for the first time in thirteen years with She's Funny That Way. The "relationship comedy" was originally meant for John Ritter, but was never made after he died in 2003. This time, Owen Wilson plays a "married Broadway director who falls in love with a prostitute and helps advance her acting career," and you know, screwball hijinks ensue.
It also stars Kathryn Hahn as his wife, Imogen Poots as the hooker-cum-ingenue, Jennifer Aniston as her therapist and Will Forte. Bogdanovich wrote the script with his ex-wife Louise Stratten. It premiered in August at the Venice Film Festival and hits theaters April 10.