Jason Reitman ("Juno") and Daniel Dubiecki produced.
In "Ceremony," a woman (Uma Thurman) is about to be married to her British suitor when an infatuated young admirer (Michael) attempts to break up the wedding.
Around the age of twelve Michael was receiving more complex roles and challenges, and is when Michael notes that he "really, truly started acting." During this time he took a lead role in the television drama Cover Me, a show based on the true life of an FBI family.
Most striking about this series was Michael's performances, showing us how dynamic and diverse he could be at a young age.
In Black Irish he plays 15-year-old Cole Mc Kay, a sweet-natured, baseball-loving, obedient teenager who yearns for the attentions of his emotionally remote father (Brendan Gleeson).
Cole is by turns nurtured and abandoned by the rest of his family.
"Homework" was one of only 16 films selected for the U. Dramatic Competition at Sundance out of 1,102 submissions.
After its first screening, "Homework" was acquired by Fox Searchlight for a tentative Summer 2011 release.
Following its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, the film was picked up by Magnolia Pictures.In the true story of The Final Season, what's destined to be baseball's version of "Hoosiers," Michael plays a high school baseball player on a team who comes together to beat all the odds and win their 20th state title in what becomes their final season.Man in the Chair centers around a 17-year-old kid who flirts with the law, underachieves at school, and is at odds with his loving mother and his constantly indifferent and derisive stepfather.The all-star cast includes Michael Douglas, Michael Fassbender, Ewan Mc Gregor, Bill Paxton, Channing Tatum, and Antonio Banderas.Screenwriter Lem Dobbs' script is a taut spy thriller about betrayal and revenge in the world of Blackwater-style special ops.