Michael Rosenbaum joins The Lunch Podcast this week talking about the new film Back In The Day, which not only features him in the lead as part of a talented cast (including Morena Baccarin, Harland Williams, Isiah Mustafa and many more) but also marks his debut as a feature-length screenwriter and director. We dined at Greenblatt’s in West Hollywood, and talked about topics ranging from his decision to shoot in his hometown, trying to bring back the art of the tasteful poop joke, the mythical Italian taste treat known as the Stromboli, why your indie film’s title can’t start with ‘O,’ and many and various other topic while discussing his debut as a feature-film director. Back in the Day will be in theaters on Friday the 17th, and is currently available on video-on-demand.

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The Lunch is back for the 2013-2014 season thanks to the sponsorship of Snoot Entertainment.

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