A24’s upcoming release of “Ardennen” has brought together the likes of Yankovsky, Andy Samberg, Michael J. Fox and more to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary.
The film stars J.K. Simmons, Adam Scott and Mark Wahlberg as a pair of police officers investigating a homicide in a suburban town.
It was shot in 1985 and released in 1990.
The film was directed by David Chase, who has also directed the upcoming “Arrest” movie, starring Will Smith and Scarlett Johansson, and the upcoming remake of the 1980s crime drama “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
The “Ards” premiere of “A24’s” “Arden” episode, which was filmed in New York City on Saturday, July 23, was streamed live on a video board on the A24 website.
The cast also took the stage at the “Ardaennes” premiere party, which included performances by actors Will Poulter and Chris Noth.
A few minutes into the show, the group performed an extended rendition of “Happy Birthday to You.”
“Arden,” which premiered on ABC in 2005, is a comedy about two police officers assigned to investigate the murder of a young girl in a small town in southern France.
The police force, called the Ardennes, has become a national symbol of the French-speaking world, but some residents in France say they have little faith in the justice system.
A24 will release the entire “Ardalennes” season on DVD, with a special feature film and video tribute to the film set to be released in October.
The Ardennes are part of the A-list of films in the “Discovery Channel’s upcoming ‘Arden’ Series 2” which will include two new episodes.