Opening in theaters this week is the new comedy The D Train, which was directed by Yes Man screenwriters Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel.
The film follows Dan Landsman (Black), a self-proclaimed chairman of his high school’s alumni committee. While planning for the 20th reunion, he has the idea of convincing Oliver Lawless (Marsden), the most popular guy in his graduating class and a Los Angeles actor, to return, thinking that this will make people want to attend. However, as Dan and Oliver become closer than ever, the repercussions of their actions end up affecting Dan’s family and career, and threaten to change the course of his life forever.
Two week ago during the Los Angeles press day for The D Train, we sat down with Black, Marsden, and their co-star, Kathryn Hahn, for an exclusive interview to speak about the movie’s unique premise, distinguished cast and which real life actor Marsden was emulating on screen.
Check it out in the video above and be sure to catch The D Train when it rolls into theatres on May 8th!