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The Oranges Directed by Julian Farino Produced by Anthony Bregman Leslie Urdang Dean Vanech Screenplay by Ian Helfer Jay Reiss Starring Hugh Laurie Leighton Meester Catherine Keener Adam Brody Alia Shawkat Oliver Platt Allison Janney Cinematography Steven Fierberg Editing by Carole Kravetz Studio Likely Story Olympus Pictures Country United States Language English The Oranges is an American romantic comedy by Likely Story and Olympus Pictures. At the moment the film is in post production.[1] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast[1] 2.1 The Wallings 2.2 The Ostroffs 2.3 Others 3 References 4 External links Plot Nina Ostroff (Leighton Meester) doesn't know, but coming back for a Thanksgiving dinner after five years will turn her family's and the Walling's friendship upside down. Living across the street from each other both families seem to have been friends forever. After Nina broke off with her fiancé (Sam Rosen) the two families are silently hoping that she might fall in love with Toby Walling (Adam Brody). But an unexpected interest arises for David (Hugh Laurie) the father of Toby and it's the same with Nina. As the attraction between the both of them gets too obvious to ignore, the both families are facing a hard time.[2] Cast[1] The Wallings Hugh Laurie as David (father) Catherine Keener as Paige (mother) Adam Brody as Toby (son) Alia Shawkat as Vanessa (daughter) The Ostroffs Oliver Platt as (father) Allison Janney as Carol (mother) Leighton Meester as Nina (daughter) Others Sam Rosen as Ethan Tim Guinee as Roger Cassidy Gard as Samantha Heidi Kristoffer as Meredith Boyd Holbrook as Circle Jennifer Bronstein as Amy Stephen Badalamenti as Taxi Driver John Srednicki as Waiter Rachel Gittler as Rave Dancer (uncredited) References ^ a b [1], IMDb Database ^ [2], ROPEOFSILICON External links The Oranges at the Internet Movie Database