Stella's Last Weekend — Trailer


added: Fri, Sep 7th '18

For the first time in their acting careers, real-life brothers Nat Wolff (Paper Towns) and Alex Wolff (Hereditary) get to star together as onscreen brothers in the upcoming indie dramedy "Stella's Last Weekend," for which a trailer has been released.

The film is somewhat a family affair as it was written and directed by Nat and Alex's real-life mother, television actress Polly Draper (Thirtysomething), who also portrays their mother in the movie.

Set during a weekend where a New York family is preparing to say their last goodbyes to their beloved, yet dying dog, "Stella's Last Weekend" sees Nat and Alex Wolff as Oliver and Jack, two close but contrasting brothers who find themselves competing for the affection of the same free-spirited woman (played by Paulina Singer, from TV's "Dead of Summer" and "Gotham").

Co-starring Orange Is the New Black's Nick Sandow, "Stella's Last Weekend" is due to open in New York and Los Angeles on October 12th, expanding to other cities through out the month. The film will also be released digitally on October 23rd.

Oliver (Alex Wolff) is a Queens high school senior who is madly in love with Violet, the girl of his dreams. Oliver's older brother, Jack (Nat Wolff), is not so lucky with his love life, having made a real connection with a girl who suddenly dropped him without any explanation. When Jack comes home from college for a special celebration of Stella, the family's beloved but aging dog, he soon discovers that the girl who broke his heart is the very same Violet who has stolen Oliver's heart. A series of comic complications ensue as the romantic rivalry between the brothers escalates, Violet wavers between the two equally appealing siblings, and the entire family tries to get through the emotional upheaval of Stella's impending "last hurrah."


directed by   Polly Draper

starring   Nat Wolff, Alex Wolff, Paulina Singer, Polly Draper, Nick Sandow, Julia Macchio

release date   October 12, 2018 (NY, LA, other cities to follow), October 23, 2018 (on Digital)

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