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2 May 2019

2 hr 5 min

Comedy, Romance

Unlikely but not impossible
A political journalist tries to hook up with his old babysitter, who now holds an important government position.


Status: Released
Country: USA
Languages: French, English, Swedish
Budget: $40M


Joseph Drake (Executive Producer)
James Weaver (Producer)
Evan Goldberg (Producer)
Barbara A. Hall (Executive Producer)
A.J. Dix (Producer)
Kelli Konop (Executive Producer)
Nathan Kahane (Executive Producer)
Dan Sterling (Executive Producer)
Erin Westerman (Executive Producer)
Jonathan McCoy (Line Producer)
Beth Kono (Producer)
Alex McAtee (Executive Producer)
John Powers Middleton (Executive Producer)
Jonathan Levine (Executive Producer)
Seth Rogen (Producer)
Charlize Theron (Producer)


(Screenplay · Story)


Charlize Theron (as Charlotte Field)
Seth Rogen (as Fred Flarsky)
June Diane Raphael (as Maggie Millikin)
O'Shea Jackson Jr. (as Lance)
Ravi Patel (as Tom)
Bob Odenkirk (as President Chambers)
Andy Serkis (as Parker Wembley)
Randall Park (as Boss)
Tristan D. Lalla (as Agent M)
Alexander Skarsgård (as Prime Minister James Steward)
Aladeen Tawfeek (as Bharath)
Nathan Morris (as Nathan Morris)
Wanya Morris (as Wanya Morris)
Shawn Stockman (as Shawn Stockman)
Isla Dowling (as Katarina Prudence Wembley)
Aviva Mongillo (as Young Charlotte)
Braxton Herda (as Young Fred)
Anton Koval (as Alt-Right Leader)
Marcel Jeannin (as CNS News Anchor)
Lisa Kudrow (as Katherine)
Kurt Braunohler (as Wembley News Anchor #1)
Paul Scheer (as Wembley News Anchor #2)
Claudia O'Doherty (as Wembley News Anchor #3)
Marc Rowland (as Movement Coach)
James Hicks (as Boyfriend)
Aalia Adam (as Anchor on Tarmac)
Lucy Van Oldenbarneveld (as BCNMS News Anchor)
Julie Roussel (as French TV Reporter)
Daniel Rindress-Kay (as LT. Gary Smith)
Ivan Smith (as Indian Prime Minister)
Sean Tucker (as Aryan Grande)
Brett Watson (as Alt-Right Guy #2)
Victor Cornfoot (as Bodega DSS Agent)
Mairtin O'Carrigan (as Swedish Man)
Anne Day-Jones (as Paris News Anchor)
Arthur Holden (as Royal Crier)
Kara Raposo (as Little Girl on TV)
Lil Yachty (as Lil Yachty)
Frank Schorpion (as TV General)
Natasha Gargiulo (as Reporter Outside Library)
Sean Curley (as Tad)
Johnny Cortes (as Bartender)
Holden Wong (as Secretary of State Staffer)
Li Li (as Prime Minister's Wife)
Alain Gendreau (as Diplomat)
Yves Fortin (as US Senator)
Hiba Magrabi (as Staffer)
Jonathan Vanderzon (as Douchebag Speechwriter)
Nathaly Thibault (as Swedish Delegate)
Xiao Sun (as Mrs. Lin)
James Saito (as Minister Kishido)
Veronique Senosier Roberge (as News Reporter)
Garett Pringle (as White House Staff)
Serge Martineau (as G7 UK Politician)
David Leblanc (as Air Force Staff)
Scott Humphrey (as Wembly's Assistant)
Hamza Haq (as MSNBC Anchor)
Gabrielle Graham (as Franci)
George Chiang (as Chinese President Wu)
Chris Cavener (as Juggalo)
Philippe Bourret (as Alt Right Member)
Angel Azmeer (as Dancer)



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