The Week In Pictures:
Movie Pooper for the film - Private Parts
Reitman then contacted Stern, informing him to avoid surgery until production was complete as Paramount owns his face. He points out the film has enough to satisfy the die hard Stern fans and appeal to the general audience at the same time, and praises Stern and Quivers for playing "convincing, engaging versions of themselves" in their feature film debut, something he claims even "seasoned actors" claim is difficult. As a youngster, Stern dreams of being on the radio after visiting his father's recording studio and grows up to be a quiet, socially awkward teenager. A terrifyingly disheartening experience, it causes great distrust between couples. See It, Share It.