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Graduating was the easy part

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A recent college graduate and his friends are forced to lower life expectations when they leave school for the real world. Life after college graduation is not exactly going as planned for Will and Jillian who find themselves lost in a sea of increasingly strange jobs. But with help from their family, friends and coworkers they soon discover that the most important (and hilarious) adventures are the ones that we don't see coming.

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Get a Job Cast

Name Character
Anna Kendrick She was 30, now 38 years old as Jillian Stewart
Miles Teller He was 29, now 37 years old as Will Davis
Alison Brie She was 33, now 41 years old as Tanya Sellers
Bryan Cranston He was 60, now 68 years old as Roger Davis
John C. McGinley He was 56, now 64 years old as Diller
John Cho He was 43, now 51 years old as Brian Bender
Ravi Patel He was 37, now 45 years old as Wick
Bruce Davison He was 69, now 77 years old as Lawrence Wilheimer
Christopher Mintz-Plasse He was 26, now 34 years old as Ethan
Nicholas Braun He was 27, now 35 years old as Charlie
Brandon T. Jackson He was 32, now 40 years old as Luke
Marcia Gay Harden She was 56, now 64 years old as Katherine Dunn
Cameron Richardson She was 36, now 44 years old as Tara
Maximiliano Hern√°ndez He was 42, now 50 years old as Businessman (Wilheimer Client)
Megan Gallagher She was 56, now 64 years old as Abbey
Jeryl Prescott She was 52, now 60 years old as Assistant Principal
Greg Germann He was 58, now 66 years old as Fernando
Tait Fletcher He was 44, now 52 years old as Security Guard
Michael Mantell as Tom Wilson
Seth Morris He was 45, now 53 years old as Lon
Jay Pharoah He was 28, now 36 years old as Skeezy D
Ethan Dizon He was 14, now 22 years old as Kwan
Chester Tam as Hunter

Get a Job Crew

Name Department
Dylan Kidd as Director. He was 46 (now 54) years old Directing
Kyle Pennekamp as Writer. Writing
Scott Turpel as Writer. Writing
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Graduating was the easy part

  • Release day: Thursday, March 17, 2016
  • Runtime: 83 minutes
  • Budget: 8000000.00