Running Time: 83 min.
Release Date: March 25, 2016 - March 25, 2016 - select theatres (USA) & VOD
DVD: June 14, 2016
William (Miles Teller) and Jillian (Anna Kendrick) are excited to start their first real, adult jobs fresh out of college. Will, at LA Weekly and Jillian, at Johnson and Johnson. On his first day, Will is disappointed to discover that LA Weekly has downsized — he's officially out of a job.
Broke and under a lot of pressure from Jillian to "step up," Will frantically sends out his resumé anywhere and everywhere he can. Just as he's about to give up hope, he miraculously gets a job. Life is finally starting to turn around for the twenty-something.
That is, until he finds out Jillian has lost her job. Now the broke and desperate one, Jillian is forced to move in with Will and his sloppy, eccentric roommates. This coming-of-age comedy explores the struggle that millennials know all too well — to get a job, and, most importantly, keep it.
Studio: CBS Films
Producer(s): Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher
Screenplay: Kyle Pennekamp, Scott Turpel
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