WHO’S IN IT?
Adam DeVine (Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates), Jeffrey Tambor (The Death of Stalin), Gillian Jacobs (Life of the Party), Nathaniel McIntyre (Barry), Cole Sand (Good Kids), Josie Totah (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Aldis Hodge (Clemency), Rochelle Aytes (White Chicks), Desmond Chiam (Better Man), Isabella Crovetti (Joy), Izabella Alvarez (Little Dead Rotting Hood), Hayden Crawford (film debut), Bianca Grava (film debut), Lonnie Chavis (Sunny Daze), Chauntal Lewis (Coffin Baby), Rosalind Chao (I Am Sam), Rebecca Metz (Asthma), Tom Lommel (To Your Last Death), Krystal Joy Brown (Victor Crowley)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Mark Waters (Mean Girls), director; Micah Fitzerman-Blue (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood), Dan Gregor (Dolittle), Noah Harpster (Maleficent: Mistress of Evil), Doug Mand (Most Likely to Murder), Matt Spicer (Ingrid Goes West) and Max Winkler (Flower), writers; Jeff Judah (film debut), Gabe Sachs (film debut) and Suzanne Todd (Alice Through The Looking Glass), producers; Rolfe Kent (Sideways), composer; Theo van de Sande (Grown Ups), cinematographer; Bruce Green (The Princess Diaries) and Robert Malina (Mother’s Day), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Andy Tuckerman (DeVine) is persuaded to return to the magic-themed camp of his youth as a counsellor, with the hopes of revitalising his stalled career, but soon finds solace in the young group of aspiring magicians he has been assigned to look after…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It isn’t Hogwarts, but this magic-themed coming-of-age comedy should give kids a spell-binding time as they count the days down until school starts again.