The Five-Year Engagement marks Jason Segel's third collaboration with filmmaker Nicholas Stoller, after he wrote and starred in Stoller's directorial debut, Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The duo co-wrote The Muppets in 2011.
Alison Brie plays Suzie Barnes, the younger sister of Emily Blunt's character Violet. The role is Brie's first big film part since making her breakthrough on the TV shows Mad Men and Community.
Judd Apatow, who first worked with star Jason Segel on the critically-acclaimed series Freaks and Geeks, produced The Five-Year Engagement.
Emily Blunt plays Violet Barnes, whose nuptials to Tom Solomon (Jason Segel) are repeatedly interrupted when career opportunities overtake their lives.
Robert De Niro
Tribeca cofounder Robert De Niro launched the film festival in 2002 in response to the events of Sept. 11.
Since starring in Disney's 2010 sci-fi opus TRON: Legacy, Olivia Wilde has appeared in a variety of projects, including Cowboys & Aliens, The Change-Up and In Time.
Cuba Gooding Jr.
Cuba Gooding Jr. (Red Tails), making an appearance at the New York premiere for The Five-Year Engagement. Gooding Jr. is a Tribeca film fest juror for 2012.
After starring in the long-running television comedies Seinfeld and The New Adventures of Old Christine, Julia Louis-Dreyfus is launching a new series for HBO called Veep.
Lisa Rosenthal is the producer of the Robert De Niro films Little Fockers, What Just Happened and The Good Shepherd, and she co-founded the Tribeca Film Festival in 2002 with her frequent collaborator.
Twenty-five-year-old Shaun White is a skateboarder and snowboarder who won two Olympic gold medals. He made a cameo appearance as himself in the 2011 romantic comedy Friends With Benefits.