Maude Apatow Gets Cast in House of Tomorrow Adaptation

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Maude Apatow, writer and actress, best known for her roles in "Knocked Up" and "This is 40" makes waves for recent casting news that she will star in the screenplay adaptation of "house of tomorrow."

The film will be based on the novel by Peter Bognanni. The coming of age story chronicles a young man's life as he is confined to home schooling by his eccentric grandmother.

But when she has a stroke, he leaves his home and undertakes an adventure of self-discovery.

Apatow will be co-starring with Nick Offerman, Ellen Burstyn, Alex Wolff, and Asa Butterfield.

Meanwhile, the co-stars clearly appear to be bonding on set as evidenced by Alex Wolff's Instagram feed showing the group spending down time together in the Midwest.

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Maude Apatow is better known for her quirky writing style, which has been featured in online magazines such as Rookie and Hello Giggles.

A preview of the film's theme of teenage exploration is also apparent in Alex Wolff's recent tweet:
Casting chemistry seems apparent, so fans can't wait to see this one!