Judy Greer and Susan Sarandon have signed on to co-star in the Duplass Brothers’ (Baghead) upcoming stoner comedy Jeff Who Lives at Home. They’ll join Jason Segel and Ed Helms. According to Variety, the story “revolves around two brothers, one of whom is going through a mid-life crisis (Helms) and believes his wife (Greer) is having an affair. The other (Segel) is a lovable loser who still lives with his mom (Sarandon). One day, the two brothers set out to spy on the wife, with all sorts of unintended consequences.”
Greer (who really deserves to be top-lining films), is co-starring alongside George Clooney in Alexander Payne’s The Descendants and in Ed Zwick’s Love and Other Drugs. Sarandon will next be seen in Oliver Stone’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps playing Shia LaBeouf’s mother.
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