MAD MEN Creator Matthew Weiner Tells Jennifer Aniston, Bradley Cooper, and Zach Galifianakis YOU ARE HERE

     November 10, 2009

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When you’ve created one of the most critically acclaimed and most-watched TV shows on the air today, you have some freedom to write your own ticket.  Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner will use that freedom to make his feature debut with the romantic comedy You Are Here starring Jennifer Aniston, Bradley Cooper, and Zach Galifianakis.  According to Variety, Weiner first wrote the film during his days as a writer on The Sopranos and was planning to spend of his Mad Men hiatus to direct the film.  However, scheduling issues regarding the next season of Mad Men have pushed You Are Here into 2011 but apparently Aniston, Cooper, and Galifianakis will juggle their schedules once the film has a firm start date.

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