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Nick Offerman looks for "Happiness" this summer
TV stars often don't have as long an official hiatus between TV seasons as you think they do, but Nick Offerman continues to make the most of his. From supporting roles in films such as "21" and "22 Jump Street," "We're The Millers," "The Kings of Summer" and "In A World…" he's made the most of his time off. Now, the "Parks and Recreation" star is joining the cast of "Welcome to Happiness."
The indie is described as a metaphysical drama with Kyle Gallner ("American Sniper," "Dear White People") playing a children's book author who has a "secret" door in his closet (which we guess helps him write his books). Offerman will play Moses, Woody's landlord and buddy who has a connection to the portal. The cast also includes Olivia Thirlby, Frances Conroy, Josh Brener and Brendan Sexton III. It also sounds like perfect Sundance Film Festival fodder (a locale Offerman is no stranger too).
Production is currently underway in Los Angeles.