Set Picture of Brett Ratner's Action Comedy 'Tower Heist'


Set Picture of Brett Ratner's Action Comedy 'Tower Heist'
Shared by actor Ben Stiller via his Twitter, the photo features his co-stars Casey Affleck and Michael Pena.


Ben Stiller is currently busy filming "Tower Heist" and he has given sneak peek to the upcoming movie by sharing an on-set picture. Posted on his Twitter page on January 13, the shot features his co-stars Casey Affleck and Michael Pena at what looks like an eatery.

"Tower Heist" has "X-Men: The Last Stand" helmer Brett Ratner serving behind the lens, with a script written by Noah Baumbach, Ted Griffin, Stiller, Russell Gewirtz and Rawson Marshall Thurber. The likes of Eddie Murphy, Alan Alda, Matthew Broderick, Gabourey Sidibe and Judd Hirsch are also starring in the movie.

The story will center around "operations and maintenance workers in a luxury Manhattan high-rise whose pension funds were looted by a Bernie Madoff-like Wall Street crook, who is living high style in a penthouse apartment, under house arrest. Led by an overworked building manager portrayed by Stiller, the workers use their knowledge of the inner workings of the building to rip him off." This action comedy thriller is set for November 4 release in the U.S.

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