30 November 2017   Flower No Comments

Hello Zoey fans! Today’s a very special day and why’s that? The teaser trailer for Flower has been released! The movie, which stars Zoey, Kathryn Hahn and Adam Scott tells the story of a sexually curious teen who forms an unorthodox kinship with her mentally unstable stepbrother. It’s set to be released in theaters in March 18, 2018 and while we wait for the full trailer and more promotional photos from the

24 April 2017   Flower No Comments

DEADLINE — The Orchard has snapped up all North American rights to Max Winkler’s dark comedy Flower which had its world premiere Thursday at the Tribeca Film Festival. The deal came together quickly, marking the first for this year’s fest, with buyers clamoring immediately following the film’s premiere. Flower follows 17-year old Erica Vandross (Zoey Deutch) and her two friends as they spend their free time making money in unconventional ways,

22 April 2017   Articles Flower No Comments

HOLLYWOOD LIFE — Zoey Deutch, 22, is hitting the big screen in a major way with her new indie drama, Flower, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday, April 20, in New York City. HollywoodLife.com spoke to the young actress on the red carpet, and she EXCLUSIVELY shared how important the role was to her and how much she enjoyed the experience. “For me as an actor, trying different

22 April 2017   Flower Videos No Comments

DEADLINE — Max Winkler has mastered both sides of TV and film as director of such comedy series as Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl as well as indie films like 2010 Ceremony starring Uma Thurman and Michael Angarano. He comes to the Tribeca Film Festival this year with Flower, a sexually charged teenage comedy that not only is a nod to Paul Brickman’s earlier work, but also turns the 1980s teenage dramedy genre inside out. Zoey Deutch

20 April 2017   Flower Interviews No Comments

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — Flower is a bold offbeat dramedy in which Zoey Deutch touches tongues with Kathryn Hahn, tries to date Adam Scott and offers her future stepbrother a blowjob. Co-written and directed by Max Winkler, son of Henry Winkler, the acquisition title makes its world premiere on Thursday at the Tribeca Film Festival. Deutch stars as Erica, a teenage girl who rabidly scavenges suburbia for love and validation (i.e. using