LOS ANGELES, May 6 /CNW/ -- When a group of college band mates reunite 15
years after graduation to sing at a friend's wedding, they take a break from
their less-than-perfect lives to spend a long weekend at a cozy Hamptons beach
house with their spouses, children, friends and one Swedish nanny in tow.
Reuniting with lifelong friends provides them with some much-needed
perspective on how their lives have progressed - and in some cases, regressed
- since their college heyday. WEDDING WEEKEND stars Molly Shannon ("Kath &
Kim," "SNL"), Elizabeth Reaser (Twilight, "Grey's Anatomy") and Rosemarie
DeWitt (Rachel Getting Married, "Mad Men").
From director Bruce Leddy (MadTv), "The Wedding Weekend" is now available
at Netflix, and where DVD's are sold.
Also featured in the film is new crooner Brian Evans'
(www.brianevans.com) version of the classic standard "I've Got The World On A
String", which the producers of the film used after replacing the track they
had planned to use of Frank Sinatra's recording. Evans is currently working on
his debut CD, which will feature a duet with Kelly Osbourne, and for which
eight of the thirteen tracks to be on the CD were recorded by Evans. The CD is
being produced by Grammy nominated producer Chris Walden, who recently created
the arrangement for Jennifer Hudson's Superbowl anthem performance.
"We are obviously thrilled with Brian's version of the classic song,
'I've Got The World On A String,' as it steps up things for Brian. His songs
have been used on shows ranging from 'So You Think You Can Dance' and 'Big
Shots,' so bringing one of his songs to a motion picture is exciting," says
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