The 32-year-old actress is most famous for playing April Ludgate on hit television show Parks and Recreation, and has also had roles in films such as Dirty Grandpa and the upcoming Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.
With the summer season just around the corner, 20th Century Fox just released a teaser trailer for the upcoming wedding comedy “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.”
The forthcoming flick stars Zac Efron and Adam Devine as two brothers who have a habit of ruining family functions with their sibling rivalry. Their parents insist they bring dates to their sister’s wedding in hopes that they’ll behave.
They’re both crazy successful in their own right and Zac Efron and Robert De Niro are teaming up for a hilarious new movie called “Dirty Grandpa.”
In the forthcoming flick, “Efron stars as an uptight guy who, days before his wedding, is forced to drive his foul-mouthed grandpa, Dick (De Niro), to a retirement community in Florida. However, Dick tricks his grandson into driving to Daytona Beach for spring break, where the two get into all sorts of drunken and sexual hijinks.”
She’s best known for her role as April Ludgate on “Parks and Recreation” but Aubrey Plaza isn’t content to simply rest on her laurels.
In her new “This is 30” interview with ELLE magazine, the “Safety Not Guaranteed” gal shared about her upcoming project- “Honestly, well, I just wrapped this movie Dirty Grandpa with Robert De Niro and Zac Efron, and where I play Robert De Niro’s love interest, which was pretty intense. Then I went right into this movie that I’m about to start shooting with Anna [Kendrick]on Monday called Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, again with Zac Efron.”
She has a keen sense of humor and plenty of youthful angst and Aubrey Plaza has just joined the cast of the forthcoming comedy “Dirty Grandpa” from Lionsgate Pictures. The “Parks and Recreation” star will play a spring break party girl alongside Zac Efron and Robert De Niro and things will likely get pretty naughty.
Per the synopsis, “Jason Kelly is about to get married, but first he gets tricked into driving his foul-mouthed grandpa to Florida for spring break.”
NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt announced, "Mike Schur and Amy Poehler, along with their incredible producers, cast, and crew, have given us one of the great television comedies of all time, and we're inordinately proud of Parks and Recreation.”