Chris Cooper ‘Nuts’ Plimoth Cinema Cohasset’s Bosworth Arrives On Netflix


Cohasset Higher graduate Kate Bosworth (Class of 2001) plays the stepmother to a shy teenager trying to come out of her shell in the teen romance “Along for the Ride.”

The film is based on the novel of the same name by Sarah Dessen and will premiere on Netflix on May 6.

Set in the seaside town of Colby, the story follows Auden (Emma Pasarow) during her last summer before college. What was supposed to be a few quiet weeks with her father (Dermot Mulroney) and his new wife (Bosworth) turns into the adventure of a lifetime for Auden. For better or worse, a mysterious boy (Belmont Cameil) shows Auden everything she missed while in high school. Andie MacDowell also co-stars.

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Bosworth moved to Cohasset when he was 14. At Cohasset High she played football and lacrosse and was a member of the National Honor Society. In 2013, she donated a 50ft red carpet to the school for its annual pre-prom gala on Cohasset Common.

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Bosworth’s film credits include “Still Alice”, “Blue Crush”, “Superman Returns”, “The Horse Whisperer”, “Remember the Titans”, and “Straw Dogs”. Next up for the busy actress is noir thriller ‘The Enforcer,’ opposite Antonio Banderas, and kidnapping drama ‘The Locksmith,’ which co-stars Ryan Phillipe and is due out in September.

Marianne Leone and Chris Cooper shot the short

Coopers arrives at Plimoth cinema

kingston resident and Oscar winner Chris Cooper and his wife, Marianne Leon Cooperwill host a special screening of their 11-minute short film “Nuts” at the Plimoth Cinema on May 14.

The film is one of 13 vignettes in “With/In,” a star-studded, home-made COVID anthology that revolves around themes of confinement and isolation. It tells the story of a divorced couple who isolate themselves for the sake of their dog. Chris made his directorial debut in ‘Nuts’, working from a screenplay written by Marianne, and both starred. The film was shot over two days at their home in Kingston.

The Coopers are longtime supporters of the Plimoth cinema, which is the only arthouse between Hingham and Dennis. Located inside the Plimoth Patuxet Museums Visitor Centre, the cinema caters to film buffs who prefer smaller venues showing independent and foreign films. There are two auditoriums; one with 100 seats and the other with 200.

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Cooper won an Oscar in 2003 as Best Supporting Actor for his work in “Adaptation.” He was nominated for a Tony Award in 2017 for “A Doll’s House, Part 2”. Other films include “Seabiscuit”, “Capote”, “American Beauty”, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”, “Little Women” and “The Bourne Identity”. He recently finished filming “Boston Strangler”, filmed in Boston and on the South Shore.

Leone, known for her role in “The Sopranos”, is an acclaimed writer. She celebrated her late son in her 2010 book “Jesse: A Mother’s Story” after his unexpected death in 2005 at the age of 17. She released her memoir “Ma Speaks Up: And a First-Generation Daughter Talks Back” in 2017.

Julianne Moore, Don Cheadle, Emily Mortimer, Rosie Perez, Debra Winger and Gina Gershon also contributed to the “With/In” project.

The screening of “Nuts” will take place at 7:30 p.m. on May 14 at the Linn Theater at Plimoth Cinema, 137 Warren Ave. A Q&A session with Chris and Marianne will follow. Tickets are $25 at

All proceeds from the event support Plimoth Cinema.

Film crews set up shop in Hingham Square to shoot scenes for the AMC series

Hollywood to Hingham

A television crew took over part of Hingham Square this week to shoot scenes from the second – and final – season of the AMC dark comedy “Kevin Can F*** Himself.” Filming was scheduled to take place Wednesday and Thursday at The Snug, a popular Irish pub at 116 North St., according to the bar’s Facebook page.

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Written and created by Valerie Armstrong (“Lodge 49”), the “Kevin Can F*** Himself” genre follows the story of Allison Roberts (“Schitt’s Creek” star Annie Murphy), the prototypical “sitcom wife.” Out of breath, she rebels against her life and her adorable, chubby husband (Eric Petersen) who mostly plays video games and drinks beer with his brothers.The show is set in Worcester.

Besides Murphy, the series also stars Mary Hollis Inboden, Alex Bonifer, Brian Howe, and Raymond Lee.

Season 1 of “Kevin” was also shot on the South Shore. The cameras rolled in restaurants in the Quincy Common Market last February. Murphy was spotted on location in Brockton, Milton, Hingham and Worcester.

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New episodes will air later this year. A date has not been announced. The first season of “Kevin,” which premiered June 20 and ended August 1, was the most-watched series on AMC+, the network reported.

Steve Carell, a voice cast member in the upcoming animated film

Marshfield’s Carell at CinemaCon

Steve Carellone of Marshfield’s most popular summer residents, promoted his new movie “Minions: The Rise of Gru” at the recent CinemaCon, Las Vegas’ annual convention and trade show for theater owners.

The film hits theaters July 1 and tells the story of Gru (Carell) before he becomes an evil mastermind. Voice actors include Alan Arkin, Dolph Lundgren, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Lucy Lawless.

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Carell can be seen in Season 2 of “Space Force” on Netflix and “The Morning Show” on Apple TV. Coming soon, the ‘The Office’ alum stars as a psychotherapist held prisoner by a serial killer (Domhnall Gleeson) in FX’s limited series ‘The Patient’.

He is married to Nancy Walls, originally from Cohasset. They have two children. He is originally from Acton, but usually spends his summers in Marshfield. He owns the general store in Marshfield Hills. Carell became a darling in town when he shouted “MarshVegas” on the Oscars red carpet in 2007.

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Jenny Slate on the red carpet before the premiere of

In other local entertainment news…

Milton native Jenny Slate has a supporting role in the indie dark comedy “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” which is showing at Patriot Cinemas at Hingham Dockyard and AMC Braintree. … “Julia,” the HBO Max series about culinary queen Julia Child, has been renewed for a second season. Sarah Lancashire stars as Child, and filming for the eight-episode first season took place in and around Boston, including Quincy.

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