The director of such classics as The Last Picture Show and Paper Moon is finally making a return after 14 years of absence from features, but after watching the trailer for She’s Funny That Way, I wonder if it’s anything to celebrate. Peter Bogdanovich has been keeping plenty busy over the past decade and a half, doing a little more acting, some hosting duties on TCM, maintaining a blog at Indiewire and helming some TV movies, namely biopics about Natalie Wood and Pete Rose, and a documentary on Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. But his last true picture show, as far as a theatrical narrative release, was the 2001 historically inspired jazz-age farce The Cat’s Meow. For his comeback, Bogdanovich has written another wild comedy, this time with ex-wife Louise Stratten, and he’s corralled a very impressive cast, as someone of his background can easily do. Imogen Poots stars as a high-class prostitute-turned-Broadway star who gets a part in a play directed by a former client (Owen Wilson), whose wife (Katherine Hahn) is also in the cast, and she also attracts the affections of the playwright (Will Forte), whose girlfriend is the former escort’s therapist (Jennifer Aniston). There’s also room for Rhys Ifans, Richard Lewis, Michael Shannon, Lucy Punch, Cybill Shepherd, Illeana Douglas, Austin Pendleton, Debi Mazar and Jennifer Esposito plus cameos from Quentin Tarantino, Tatum O’Neal, Graydon Carter, Colleen Camp and Jake Hoffman, I’m assuming as themselves.