Digital Domain Presents: Wedlock
Mark Duplass (actor, producer), Rob Corddry (actor), Jennifer Lafleur (actress, producer) and Ross Partridge (director) premiere and discuss their new web series, Wedlock. While Corddry is known for bringing Children’s Hospital from web to TV, this independent project marks Duplass’ first foray into digital. Moderated by Corey Moss, SVP of Digital at Principato-Young Entertainment.
A Duplass Brothers Production in Association with Principato-Young Entertainment
Corey began as VP of Digital at PYE three years ago and over that time has developed, sold and produced dozens of digital series, including Tiny Commando (Ed Helms/Zach Levi, Yahoo), We Need Help (Cheryl Hines/Rachael Harris, Yahoo/Vuguru), Reluctantly Healthy (Judy Greer, Yahoo/Electus), Anthony Eats America (Anthony Anderson, AOL), Sketchy (Yahoo/Electus), Coogan Auto (Rob Riggle/JB Smoove, Loud), Coppertop Flop (Calum Worthy, Disney) and Let’s Talk About Love (Niecy Nash, Yahoo/Electus); as well as branded one-offs and series for the likes of Air Jordan, Xbox and Purina.
Prior to PYE, Corey was an EP at Yahoo and created some of the most-viewed series on the web, including Primetime in No Time and Daytime in No Time. He also co-directed the feature documentary Dear Jack.
Jennifer Lafleur was one of the leads of The Duplass Brother's DO-DECA-PENTATHLON, and appeared in their films BAGHEAD and JEFF WHO LIVES AT HOME. She can also be seen in THE PRETTY ONE, MUTUAL FRIENDS, the upcoming Comedy Central show REVIEW, and Adult Swim's NEWSREADERS and YOU'RE WHOLE. She recently wrapped production on the independent films THE MIDNIGHT SWIM and THE MIDDLE DISTANCE.
Duplass has written, directed, and produced several feature films with his brother Jay Duplass. In 2005 he wrote and produced The Puffy Chair with his brother, in addition to portraying one of the main characters.
The two brothers later wrote, directed, and produced the films Baghead (2008) and Cyrus (2010) together and have a unique style which consists of a great deal of ad-libbing off of the original script, shooting a number of takes, and editing scenes down 15 to 20 times. Their films Jeff, Who Lives at Home and The Do-Deca-Pentathlon were released in 2012. He stars in the FX comedy television series The League, with his wife, Katie Aselton
Rob Corddry made his debut on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” in the spring of 2002 and quickly became one of the most popular correspondents to emerge from the groundbreaking talk show. He continued to “educate” audiences with his snarky political sketches through the fall of 2006, and has reprised his role in guest appearances scattered through the years since.
Continuing also to write and create his own comedic content, Corddry launched CHILDRENS HOSPITAL for Adult Swim which is currently in its fifth season. CH has won the Emmy in the last two-years for "Outstanding Special Class: Short-format Live-Action Entertainment Programs". Also for Adult Swim, Rob has created the show NEWSREADERS which is heading into its second season.
Rob’s feature credits include OLD SCHOOL, BLADES OF GLORY, SEMI-PRO, HAROLD & KUMAR: ESCAPE FROM GUANTANAMO BAY, HOT TUB TIME MACHINE, BUTTER and SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD. In 2013 Rob can be seen in PAIN & GAIN, WARM BODIES, IN A WORLD
Ross Partridge was Co-Producer of the Duplass Brother's Do-Deca-Pentathlon (SXSW 2013). He directed the feature film Interstate 84 starring Kevin Dillon (Toronto Film Festival 2001), and produced the HBO documentary Uncle Frank and the 9/11 PBS documentary America Rebuilds. Also an actor, he starred in The Off Hours (Sundance 2011) directed by Megan Griffiths, The Freebie (Sundance 2010) directed by Katie Aselton, Baghead (SXSW and Sundance 2008) directed by the Duplass Brothers, the ABC pilot Doubt opposite Steve Coogan, Cold Turkey with Peter Bagdonovich and Cheryl Hines, and HBO's How To Make It In America, among others.