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Oscar-nominated [[Feature~V306598~Walk the Line~walktheline]] star [[Performer~P199220~Joaquin Phoenix~joaquinphoenix]] announces that he's retiring from acting to launch a hip-hop career as his brother-in-law [[Performer~P121005~Casey Affleck~caseyaffleck]] captures the curious transition on camera in the film some are labeling an elaborate [[Performer~P37092~Andy Kaufman~andykaufman]]-style prank. In the fall of 2008, [[Performer~P199220~Phoenix~joaquinphoenix]] shocked his fans with the announcement that he would no longer be appearing in features, but instead trying his hand in the music business. In the wake of a particularly bizarre appearance on the [[Feature~V314942~Late Show with David Letterman~lateshowwithdavidletterman[tvseries]]], everyone began to wonder if the eccentric actor had finally fallen off the deep end. In this film, [[Performer~P121005~Affleck~caseyaffleck]] follows [[Performer~P199220~Phoenix~joaquinphoenix]] as he attempts to convince [[Performer~P14375~Sean "Diddy" Combs~seancombs]] to produce his debut album, and responds to a request by [[Performer~P112816~Ben Stiller~benstiller]] to appear in director [[Performer~P199728~Noah Baumbach~noahbaumbach]]'s [[Feature~V477030~Greenberg~greenberg]] with casual indifference. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:September 10, 2010