WHO’S IN IT?
Jacob Tremblay (Room), Brady Noon (film debut), Keith L. Williams (Lemon), Will Forte (MacGruber), Molly Gordon (Booksmart), Midori Francis (Ocean’s Eight), Josh Caras (The Glass Castle), Christian Darrel Scott (film debut), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), Sam Richardson (Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates), Retta (Father Figures), Millie Davis (Wonder), Chance Hurtsfield (Darc), Izaac Wang (film debut), Benita Ha (The Invisible), Stephen Merchant (Fighting With My Family)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Gene Stupnitsky (film debut), director, writer; Lee Eisenberg (Bad Teacher), writer, producer; Evan Goldberg (Sausage Party), Seth Rogen (The Disaster Artist) and James Weaver (This Is The End), producers; Lyle Workman (Superbad), composer; Jonathan Furmanski (Descent), cinematographer; Daniel Gabbe (We Are The Mods), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
12-year-old Max (Tremblay) is invited to his first kissing party, but is panicking because he doesn’t know how to kiss. Turning to his friends Thor (Noon) and Lucas (Williams) for help, they use a drone owned by Max’s father (Forte) to spy on some teenagers making out, but when the plan goes awry and the drone is confiscated, they must skip school and go on a crazy adventure to get the drone back before Max’s dad realises it’s gone…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
From producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg comes a foul-mouthed and incredibly raunchy comedy told from the perspective of a group of (mostly) innocent 12 year old boys.