Most Likely to Murder
Most Likely to Murder is a 2018 American comedy film, directed by Dan Gregor, from a screenplay by Gregor and Doug Mand. It stars Adam Pally, Rachel Bloom, Vincent Kartheiser, John Reynolds and Doug Mand.
|Most Likely to Murder|
Official release poster
|Directed by||Dan Gregor|
|Music by||Mark Henry Phillips|
|Edited by||Mollie Goldstein|
- Adam Pally as Billy
- Rachel Bloom as Kara
- Vincent Kartheiser as Lowell
- John Reynolds as Perkins
- Doug Mand as Duane
- Julia Goldani Telles as Tami
- Billy Eichner as Spiegel
- Hasan Minhaj as Amir
- Didi Conn as Billy's Mom
- Ethan Phillips as Billy's Dad
- Constance Shulman as Lowell's Mom
- Michael Kostroff as Billy's Uncle Fred
- Rebecca Naomi Jones as Elena
- John Lutz as Corey
- Tami Sagher as Nervous Women
- Mary Testa as Mrs. Lipman
- Jim Santangeli as Behar
- Gary Richardson as Rooney
In February 2017, it was announced Adam Pally and Rachel Bloom had been cast in the film, with Dan Gregor directing from a screenplay he wrote alongside Doug Mand. Pally, Bloom, and Petra Ahmann will serve as producers on the film, while Gregor and Mand will serve as executive producers. Lionsgate will distribute the film. In March 2017, Vincent Kartheiser, John Reynolds, Didi Conn, Ethan Phillips, John Lutz, Hasan Minhaj, Julia Goldani Telles, Jim Santangeli and Gary Richardson joined the cast of the film.
Most Likely to Murder received positive reviews from film critics. It holds a 70% approval rating on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 10 reviews, with a weighted average of 5.8/10.
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