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Tony Hale tries to reach Elizabeth Banks in the Dear Elizabeth trailer

Meet Sid Straw. He’s an ordinary guy living a mundane life, but when he’s tasked with arranging a class reunion, he inadvertently becomes a celebrity – in the worst possible way. His attempt to contact college friend Elizabeth Banks on social media soon becomes an obsession as he sends her letter after letter, but who is actually reading them?

The harder Sid tries to prove he knows the star, the further his life falls apart.

Can Sid rediscover himself and the true meaning of friendship in this hilarious and heart-warming oddball comedy?

Scott Abramovitch makes his directorial debut with the laugh-out-loud funny, charmingly leftfield feature Dear Elizabeth, starring Arrested Development’s Tony Hale as an everyday man whose life takes a massive tumble when he tries to get in touch with an old classmate, who also happens to be a world-famous international star – Elizabeth Banks. The film also stars Paul Walter Hauser, Danielle Brooks, Lamorne Morris, Robbie Amell, David Walton, Sarah Burns, Elisha Cuthbert, Sarah Chalke, Sarah Goldberg and Alan Tudyk.

Having won the Best Comedy Award at San Diego International Film Festival, Dear Elizabeth (previously called Eat Wheaties) gets its UK digital release this November courtesy of 101 Films on 14th November 2022.

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