“The Good Guy” Opens Tomorrow

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Alexis Bledel‘s (Rory Gilmore on The Gilmore Girls) latest movie, “The Good Guy”, opens in select theatres tomorrow. Specifically, the movie opens in LA and New York, at theatres listed here.

The Good Guy follows the story of rising Wall Street star Tommy (Scott Porter), a man who appears to have everything he could want in life, including a beautiful girlfriend, Beth (Alexis Bledel). He’s described as Beth’s ‘knight in shining armor.’ However, as their relationship develops, cracks begin to appear in their seemingly storybook romance.

Tommy tries to pass his seduction and money-making skills to co-worker Daniel (Bryan Greenberg), landing Tommy in hot water when Daniel goes after Beth, landing them in what Alexis calls a “kind of love triangle.” From the new synopsis for the film:

Set against the fast-paced world of NYC’s modern over-achievers who work hard and play harder, the film explores the contemporary urban dating scene and the culture of a world obsessed with money, sex and greed.

Beth soon learns that the game of love in the big city is a lot like Wall Street – high risk, high reward and everybody has an angle.

“The Good Guy” Trailer

“The Good Guy” Photography

Images: Roadside Attractions

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3 thoughts on ““The Good Guy” Opens Tomorrow

  • February 22, 2010 at 10:17 pm
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    Think the more widespread opening for the Good Guy was supposed to be two weeks after the LA/NYC openings. Noticed in Variety today that it opened in 9 theaters over the weekend with an average crowd about 2.5 times more than Post Grad averaged. Hopefully it will do at least that well in wider release.

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  • March 16, 2010 at 8:42 pm
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    Hi Arieanna-

    Notice after 4 weeks that “The Good Guy” has not opened anywhere but the original theaters in LA and NYC. Any word if it will open elsewhere or is it destined for DVD only? Thanks.

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    • March 17, 2010 at 5:59 pm
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      It’s hard to say, with these small initial openings. I don’t think it made *so* much that they’d be propelled to open in many more cities. I’m thinking most of us will need to wait for DVD.

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