When Richard Linklater gets it right, he really gets it right. As a fan of Claire Danes, Zac Efron and Linklater, I really hope he gets Me and Orson Welles right. His adaptation of Robert Kaplow’s coming-of-age novel, which set against the backdrop of Orson Welles’ founding of his Mercury Theatre, premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year. It has had inexplicably long road to release. The film finally hits theaters later this year, which, I imagine, can be credited to Efron’s sudden superstar status. How else are you going to sell a movie about radio theater to an audience today?