‘Ordinary World’ Staring Billie Joe Due Out in October

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Deadline reports that the upcoming film staring Billie Joe of Green Day, now titled Ordinary World, will be released on October 14th:


    The Green Day frontman plays Perry, an aging former punk rocker who’s now a married father of two. He leads a sedate life in Queens until his brother (Chris Messina) gives him money to throw a huge 40th birthday rockstar bash in a fancy Manhattan hotel — a chance to get it out of his system. But Perry’s puck past clashes with his middle-age reality. Judy Greer, Selma Blair, Dallas Roberts, Fred Armisen, Brian Baumgartner and Kevin Corrigan also star in the pic from writer-director Lee Kirk.

     
  2. beachdude42

    I'm not brave Supporter

    Lol I didn't even know he acted now, let alone was starring in a movie... hopefully it's good!
     
  3. GetUpAndrew

    Constant horror and bone-deep dissatisfaction.

    I'll give this a chance.
     
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  5. duritzfan13

    all we have is time

    In theaters or no?
     
  6. ianzandi

    Regular

    I thought I recalled seeing him in Small Apartments, but I guess that was Johnny Knoxville. Weird film.
     
  7. noKings

    Regular

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  8. chewbacca110

    Formerly chewbacca110 on AP.net

    I'm down with the synopsis.
     
  9. clockwise

    pudding brain Prestigious

    Caught the premiere at Tribeca earlier this year, it's a fun family film with a lot of heart.
     
  10. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    He's not a great actor but this sounds like he's basically playing himself so I could see this being pretty entertaining
     
  11. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    Hopefully it might be quite good actually, I'd like to watch it and see for myself.
     
  12. ChaseTx

    It is what it is, til it ain't anymore. Prestigious

    Well I like Chris Messina and Selma Blair