By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood August 20, 2014 at 1:24PM
The comedy written by Mitch Glazer stars Bill Murray as washed-up rock manager Richie Vance, who takes his sole client (Bruce Willis) on a USO tour of Afghanistan. Alone in Kabul without money or passport, Vance discovers a girl (Zooey Deschanel) with a great voice and manages her through "Afghan Star," the Afghan "American Idol."
Levinson's latest film "The Humbling," adapted by Buck Henry from Philip Roth's novel, stars Al Pacino and will debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. Murray played supporting roles in Wes Anderson's 2014 hit "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and Lisa Cholodenko's upcoming TV series "Olive Kitteridge." He also stars with Naomi Watts in Weinstein Co. fall comedy "St. Vincent." Willis currently stars in Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." Deschanel is the star of TV's "New Girl."
Kate Hudson, Danny McBride and Scott Caan also star. QED’s Bill Block, Venture Forth’s Jacob Pechenik, Shangri-La Entertainment’s Steve Bing and Mitch Glazer are producing. Brian Grazer and Tom Freston are executive producers.