Overnight

Overnight

Overnight

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Overnight (2010/2012)

Opened: 04/20/2012 Limited

Limited04/20/2012
South Miami, FL04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Coconut Grove,...04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Aventura, FL04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Sunrise, FL04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Pompano Beach,...04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Delray Beach, ...04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Lake Worth, FL04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
West Palm Beac...04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Seattle, WA04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Tukwila, WA04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days
Manhattan, KS04/20/2012 - 04/26/20127 days

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Genre: Romantic Comedy

Rated: R for language and some sexual content.

Synopsis

After breaking up with her boyfriend on Valentine's Day, Jenny (Rachel Blanchard) shares a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to New York with a love-damaged group of passengers-- a pilot with anger management issues (Anthony LaPaglia), some oversexed flight attendants, a hip-hop superstar trying to keep it real in coach and a handsome young professor who's been unlucky in romance (James D'Arcy). Along with a tiny dog named Kaz, these strangers buckle up for love's bumpy ride.

Cast Biographies

Rachel Blanchard (Jenny)

Since completing Overnight, Rachel has starred in the crime thriller Open House for StoneBrook/Grindstone, as well as soon-to-be-released features Dark Hearts and Mad Ship. She was the female lead in Adoration (Toronto Film Festival), directed by two-time Oscar nominee Atom Egoyan and distributed by Sony Pictures Classics. Rachel could also be seen as the lead opposite Shirley MacLaine in the remake of Anne of Green Gables on CBS. Rachel is probably best known for playing the lead role of Cher on the television series Clueless. She is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed HBO series Flight of the Conchords, which was nominated for four Emmys. Rachel has been featured as one of FHM's "100 Sexiest Women of the Year" on multiple occasions.

James D'Arcy (Tom)

James starred as Edward III in W.E., directed by Madonna for the Weinstein company, now playing in theaters. He is also the star of the soon-to-release films The Philosophers and Replicas. He co-starred as Lt. Tom Pullings in Peter Weir 's Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, opposite Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany. He was also featured as Father Francis in Exorcist: The Beginning. In addition, James starred in the pilot of Virtuality for 20th Century Fox, created by Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica) and directed by Peter Berg (Hancock, The Kingdom).

Anthony LaPaglia (Pilot, Tully)

Anthony will be seen in the new Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained, for Sony and The Weinstein Company, as well as the Australian-made Mental with Toni Collette and Liev Schreiber. Anthony is the star of CBS' top-10 rated series Without a Trace. He is an actor's actor whose credits include The Salton Sea with Val Kilmer, Woody Allen's Sweet and Lowdown with Sean Penn, and an Emmy-winning guest role on Frasier.

Gbenga Akinnagbe (TMJ)

Gbenga could be seen in Edge Of Darkness, starring Mel Gibson, and Lottery Ticket, both films released by Warner Bros. He also co-starred with Denzel Washington and John Travolta in the remake of The Taking of Pelham 123, directed by Tony Scott for Columbia Pictures, as well as appearing in The Savages with Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Laura Linney. Gbenga is best known for his role on the award-winning HBO original series The Wire as Chris Partlow, but he has also appeared in such shows as Cold Case, Fringe, Nurse Jackie, The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, Numb3rs, Chase, Dark Blue, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, A Gifted Man and Barbershop.

Maz Jobrani (Amir)

Maziar "Maz" Jobrani directed and starred in his own Showtime special Maz Jobrani: Brown & Friendly, and can be seen in such films as The Interpreter, Friday After Next, and Dragonfly. Maz is also a standup comedian who was featured on The Axis of Evil Comedy Tour on Comedy Central and will be seen in the upcoming features Shirin in Love and David. In addition, Maz played Dr. Bhamba on Fox Television's Better Off Ted and has made appearances on such shows as The Colbert Report, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Talkshow with Spike Feresten.

Mousa Kraish (Mohammed)

Mousa Kraish is an actor and director who has appeared in several films including Steven Spielberg's Munich, Adam Sandler's You Don't Mess With the Zohan, the remake of the sci-fi classic The Day The Earth Stood Still, the Will Farrell comedy Land of the Lost, The Fast and the Furious 4 starring Vin Diesel, and the hit comedy Superbad. He will also be seen as John the Baptist in the upcoming Salome, starring and directed by Al Pacino. In addition, Mousa has appeared on such television shows as Arrested Development, Chuck, Parenthood, The Whole Truth, Blue Bloods and Svetlana.

Josh Braaten (Co-Pilot, Derek)

Josh was featured in the comedies Semi-Pro, starring Will Farrell, and Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd. He starred in the NBC TV movie Game-Time: Tackling the Past, and has guest starred in television shows such as Mad Men, The Mentalist, Spin City, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, CSI: Miami, and Boston Legal.

Kaz (Small Dog)

Kaz is a certified descendant of the original Rin-Tin-Tin, bred down through each generation by mate-pairing with miniature dwarf albino teacup terriers. He has since left the business, giving up his acting career to be put out to stud. As of yet he has not been contracted for breeding services, due to his extravagant stud fee.

 

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