Stormare, known for his villain roles, is perhaps the most interesting casting.
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Fox debuts mid-air comedy 'LA to Vegas'They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but a new workplace comedy is flouting convention with a wry look at the Sin City weekender – from 30,000 feet up. Fox's "LA to Vegas" is set during the 40-minute flight onto which crowds of miscreants and dreamers pile in Los Angeles every Friday, hoping to make their fortune but usually returning with hangovers and empty wallets.Filmed on a reconstructed fuselage and airport terminal on the Fox lot in Los Angeles, as well as on location in both cities, "LA to Vegas" offers something different from the U.S. comedies Stormare grew up watching in Sweden.
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