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Laurie Takes A Bite Out of The Oranges

House star Hugh Laurie has signed on to star in the indie comedy The Oranges, according to The Playlist. The story follows the Schiff family, who live on Orange Drive, a New Jersey suburb, with their neighbors, the Bass family, who are torn apart when David Schiff (Laurie's character), embarks on an affair with the Bass's daughter Nina (Leighton Meester). Catherine Keener, Allison Janney, and Adam Brody also star.

Hugh Laurie's film career hasn't quite parlayed to success after the resurgence of his career following House: Monsters vs. Aliens, Flight of the Phoenix, and the Stuart Little films. Hopefully The Oranges will change that.


It will be nice seeing Adam Brody, he's always fun.
Paul L. said…
Really like Laurie but don't know about this borderline-paedophile story

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