Paul Rudd plays a financial analysis named Tim who wants to climb the corporate ladder in his company. One of the requirements for that promotion is to provide a “schmuck” or “idiot” for his boss’s dinner party, a collection of weirdos designed to entertain and out-do his co-workers. Steve Carrell plays Barry, the candidate for the dinner that Tim literally runs into.
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Also of note is the great pictures, included in the gallery below, of Little Britain’s own David Walliams with a wonderfully dotty dinner guest, other faces on display include Jemaine Clement, Jeff Dunham, Bruce Greenwood, Ron Livingston, Stephanie Szostak, and Lucy Davenport.
The trailer looks pretty good and the cast are more than capable of tickling our ribs, so here’s hoping when it arrives in the Us at the end of July the reports are good.
Here’s the gallery, the pics arrived courtesy of ComingSoon and MTV
The story follows Tim (Paul Rudd), a guy on the verge of having it all. The only thing standing between him and total career success is finding the perfect guest to bring to his boss' (Bruce Greenwood) annual Dinner for Extraordinary People, an event where the winner of the evening brings the most eccentric character as his guest. Enter Barry (Steve Carell), a guy with a passion for dressing mice up in tiny outfits to recreate great works of art.
Moreover, the film also stars Stephanie Szostak, as Julie (Tim's girlfriend), Ron Livingston, Zach Galifianakis, Lucy Punch, David Walliams, Jeff Dunham, Lucy Davenport and Randall Park just to name a few.
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