Owen Wilson plays Carl Nargle, a painter in crisis avowedly inspired by Bob Ross, in Britt McAdams’ feature film directorial debut.
Paint – bizarre project with Owen Wilson in the guise of a painter inspired by Bob Ross – will be in american cinemas from April 7th. In these hours, the trailer of the film, which anticipates some fundamental details of the plot and expands what has already been seen in the teaser – released about a month ago.
Paint – Plot and cast of the film by Britt McAdams
Owen Wilson plays Carle Narglea noted Vermont television painterwho will face a complex creative and work crisis due to the arrival of Ambrosiaa young and talented artist ready to take everything away from him, including her leading role in the program in which she “performs” – as can also be seen from the official synopsis:
Carl Nargle is the number 1 TV painter in Vermont and he thinks he has it all: an instantly recognizable perm, a custom van and a crowd of fans who follow him closely. At least until a young artist, better than him, steals everything he loves and all his adoring fans.
Carle Nargleas mentioned, is openly inspired by Bob Ross, an American painter who became famous thanks to a popular television program. In fact, Wilson sports a hair very similar to that of Ross and follows many of the attitudes typical of the artist. Paint marks the feature film directorial debut of Brit McAdams – already behind the camera of some successful series, such as Katt Williams: American Hustle And Tosh.O. McAdams also handled the script for the project, while in the cast we also find Michaela Watkins, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Lusia Strus, Stephen Root, Lucy Freyer and Ciara Renee – in the role of Ambrosia. Paint is then produced by Silver Lining Entertainment. Owen Wilson he then returns as the absolute protagonist of an independent film, after having recently appeared in the mcuas Agent Mobius M. Mobius – character who debuted in the series Loki and that could become fundamental in the next stages of the Marvel Universe. The actor is also in talks for a role in the rom-com Paris Paramount by Nancy Meyrs – which could also boast the presence of Scarlett Johansson, Penélope Cruz and Michael Fassbender in the cast. As for instead Paint all that remains is to wait for new updates, to find out the Italian release date and distribution methods.