The Adults is a family comedy-drama film, but it is R-rated because of its adult language. Written & Directed by Dustin Guy Defa, The Adults follows Eric as he takes a short trip back home to meet his sisters and old friends but the short trip turns into a mess of unresolved familial issues and a trip down the nostalgic lane. Michael Cera is producing and starring in the film.
So, let’s see what we know about The Adults including its cast, when is it coming out, what is it about, and most importantly where can you watch it.
The Adults – When is it Coming Out?
The Adults is all set to come into your nearest theaters on August 18.
The Adults – How to Watch It?
The Adults is coming exclusively in theaters. So, everybody who has been waiting for a great comedy-drama can enjoy the film in theaters. If you want to wait for the film to be available on premium video-on-demand platforms or streaming no release date has been announced yet. But if you are excited about the film don’t wait for it to come on streaming and support the film by going to theaters. Book your tickets below!
The Adults – What is it About?
You can read the official synopsis for The Adults by Variance Films below:
“THE ADULTS follows Eric (Cera) as he returns home for a short visit and finds himself caught between reuniting with his sisters and chasing a victory with his old poker group. As the trip extends, Eric finds it increasingly difficult to avoid confrontations and revelations as his carefully constructed façade of his adulthood gives way to old childhood conflicts. While Maggie (Lillis) attempts to recreate the intimate world the three of them once shared, Eric and Rachel (Gross) are faced with the divide between their childhood selves and the adults they are now.”
The Adults – Who is in It?
The Adults doesn’t have a big cast but everybody in the film is wonderful. The comedy-drama film stars Michael Cera as Eric, Hannah Gross as Rachel, Sophia Lillis as Maggie, Kyra Tantao as Megan, Wavyy Jonez as Dennis, Kiah McKirnan as Amanda, and Karen Lynn Gorney as Dolly.